Lots happening at the Warner Bros. panels, but nothing so interesting as the "Book of Eli" panel with Gary Oldman, Denzel Washington and Mila Kunis.
Oldman, who plays Commissioner Gordon in Christopher Nolan's Batman series, says that filming is going to get under way on the new Batman (Megan Fox and Josh Brolin just walked out for the "Jonah Hex" panel) and we should see the next Batman in two years, "but you didn't hear it from me."
He seemed serious -- hard to tell. Lots of kidding around on the panel and lots of camaraderie. Denzel used the N-word to say hi to someone yelling from the audience and someone, maybe one of the Huges twins who directs, said, "Oh, that's trouble." Washington really was having fun on the panel, maybe because he gets to really kick butt in this film.
Cameron Diaz and James Marsden were just here for "The Box," from the director of "Donnie Darko," who's beloved here. This film is just as twisted as "Donnie," and no obscenities, we're told.