SDCC & COVID-19: San Diego Comic Con Says “The Show Must Go On”

 

 

 

Organizers of San Diego Comic-Con appear to be taking a “show must go on” approach to this year’s event.

In a tweet directed at potential attendees, SDCC brass gave the impression that the 2020 convention — scheduled for late July — could still happen. This despite stark warnings from the federal government that the coronavirus pandemic could last well into summer.

 

 

Back in February, several major Hollywood studios were already contemplating the possibility of pulling out of the fan convention. “There’s obviously concern,” said one unnamed exec at a major studio. “For now we’re taking a wait-and-see approach.”

 

(via TV Line)

John Pallister

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