Ex-Lost star Daniel Dae Kim will be on hand with some of his fellow castmates and producers to present a sneak peek at the anticipated remake of Hawaii Five-O.
The cast of The Big Bang Theory, Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco and Kunal Nayyar will be part of a panel moderated by series guest star and geek hero Wil Wheaton.
Rainn Wilson, Liv Tyler and Nathan Fillion will help preview footage from their upcoming film Super, which takes a humorous look at a down-on-his-luck man who tries to win his wife back by teaming up with a psychopathic teen as they become costumed crime fighters.
Heroes creator Tim Kring and series star Zach Quinto will host an interview and Q&A about Kring's new book, Shift.
David Boreanaz will join Bones creator and executive producer Hart Hanson as they discuss the previous and future seasons of their show. Or, given David Boreanaz's recent accusations of sexual harassment, will he show up? Stay tuned and we'll let you know!
Guillermo del Toro will preview his new horror film Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, which stars Guy Pearce and Katie Holmes.
Spartacus: Blood and Sand's cast, including Lucy Lawless, will engage in a discussion about the planned series prequel.
Three upcoming movies will be previewed and will include appearances by their famous casts, including Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg and Eva Mendes in The Other Guys; Seth Rogen and Christoph Waltz in The Green Hornet; and Paul Bettany, Stephen Moyer and Maggie Q in Priest.
Stephen Moyer will also be included on the True Blood panel that will feature the series stars Anna Paquin, Sam Trammell, Joe Manganiello and Nelsan Ellis.
Seth Green will appear on the Adult Swim panel, while Noah Wylie will talk up Steven Spielberg's new series, which he will star on, called Falling Skies.
The legendary Stan Lee will join Neal Adams (Batman, Green Lantern/Green Arrow) and historian Dr Rafael Medoff on the panel They Spoke Out -- Against the Holocaust, where a new series of educational motion comics will be unveiled about Americans who spoke out for the rescue of Jews from the Holocaust.
Stan Lee will later engage fans at his own panel where he will discuss his latest projects, as well as the future of comics.
Buffy, Angel, Dollhouse and Serenity creator Joss Whedon will host his yearly talk and Q&A about what he has in the works.
Of course there are many other events and previews happening at Comic-Con today, but can any one of these famous names live up to Will Ferrell's costumed debut yesterday of his villainous animated character in the upcoming Megamind? Probably not, but one can hold out hope.
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