Twentieth Century Fox pulled plans to sneak peeks some of its high-profile projects at Comic-Con yesterday, a week shy of the massive movie fan convention in San Diego.
The studio previously announced plans for a panel next Friday in the main hall. Amongst the footage to be displayed were first looks at Hayden Christensen-led sci-fi tale “Jumper,” sci-fi sequel “Aliens vs. Predator,” video game adaptation “Hitman,” Vin Diesel actioneer “Babylon A.D.,” and fantasy features “The Dark Is Rising” and “City of Ember.”
According to The Los Angeles Times however, something may still be happening as executives say they were “still hoping to have some kind of ‘surprise’ for fans at the convention.”
Every other major studio remains committed to their presentations this year over the four day convention.