As announced several weeks ago, the absence of big movie studios resulted in San Diego Comic-Con’s attendance being affected, especially in Hall H.
The legendary Hall H is where, year after year, the most important announcements are made at Comic-Con. It has a capacity for 6,100 attendants and most of the time one has to be in line for 1 or 2 days to be lucky enough to be admitted.
This year, the waiting time to enter Hall H is minimal and most conferences on Sunday were cancelled.
Usually, there are 5 or 6 conferences per day, but this year there are 3 on Thursday, 3 on Friday, and 5 on Saturday.
This is all due to the strike by SAG-AFTRA and the Writers Guild of America that is going on in Hollywood, as actors are not allowed to promote movies or shows and big companies such as WB and Disney had to cancel all their presentations and autograph signings.
Many attendants of this convention are disappointed as they wait all year for this week so that they can be present at these announcements and be the first ones to know, in the whole world, all about what is being announced.
Article provided by Frontera Geek.
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