20th Century Fox brought out it’s big guns to the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego last week.  Channning Tatum, Samuel L. Jackson and Zachary Quinto were just a few of the huge stars in town to promote their upcoming film releases.

Channing Tatum. Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

Channing Tatum. Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

Channing Tatum, Christina Applegate, Ron Perlman and producer Guillermo del Toro talked about their upcoming animated release “The Book of Life” which opens October 17th.  The film follows a young man named Manolo (Diego Luna) on his journey though three enchanting realms, where he faces his greatest fears while learning to follow his heart and embrace his future.

 

Producer Guillermo del Toro.  Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

Producer Guillermo del Toro. Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

 

Ron Perlman and Channing Tatum. Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

Ron Perlman and Channing Tatum. Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

 

Colin Firth.  Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

Colin Firth. Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson brought the beatdown while talking about their new film “Kingsman: The Secret Service”.  Firth said he was probably the last choice anyone would have to portray a “Bond-type” character, which made him a good choice for the role.  He said it was definitely the most physical training he had ever had to do for a role.  Samuel L. Jackson answered a reporters phone which was ringing during the press conference, much to the amusement of the room and the amazement of the person on the other end of the phone.

Samuel L. Jackson.  Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

Samuel L. Jackson. Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

 

“Kingsman: The Secret Service” opens in the U.S. October 24th.

 

Zachary Quinto. Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

Zachary Quinto. Copyright Suzanne Philips/CFM

Zachary Quinto and Hannah Ware spoke about their film “Hitman: Agent 47” which opens February of 2015.  Adapted from the popular video game, the film was originally set to star Paul Walker, who was unfortunatley killed before production began.  The film shot in Berlin and Singapore and Quinto spoke about the differences in shooting in both cities.  The actors weren’t able to say much about the film itself so as not to give away too much of the plot, but they did assure us that the film is going to be very interesting visually.

 

Hannah Ware and Zachary Quinto. Copyrigh Suzanne Philips/CFM

Hannah Ware and Zachary Quinto. Copyrigh Suzanne Philips/CFM

 

For more information on these films and all of the other upcoming 20th Century Fox releases, check out http://www.foxmovies.com/