NYCC 2010 Round-Up: Scoop on 'Zoolander 2,' 'Predators 2,' 'Your Highness' And More

New York Comic ConIt was wild times indeed this past weekend at New York's Javits Center, where fanboys and fangirls -- many of them dressed like Chewbaccas, Predators, Princess Leias, Super Marios and N'avi warriors -- showed up in droves of thousands to geek out about comics, movies, TV and anime at New York Comic Con 2010. I was there with the rest of the MTV News crew to enjoy it in all of it's costume-clad splendor... and to interview as many actors, directors and comics masterminds as possible.

In case you found yourself occupied by football or Division Series baseball, or just simply forgot to check MTV Movies Blog this weekend (for shame), here's a little recap of what you missed and what else we've got coming down the pike from NYCC 2010.

Adrien Brody popped by to tell us about Arnold Schwarzenegger's almost-cameo in "Predators." and chatted about the potential for a "Predators" sequel.

After waxing poetic with Danny McBride about the hotness of Natalie Portman in "Your Highness," Justin Theroux shared some very good news regarding the "Zoolander 2" script he's writing with Ben Stiller (one word: Mugatu).

"Pineapple Express" director David Gordon Green revealed that a sequel could "go in a 'Scarface' direction, with Seth Rogen and James Franco getting caught up in the Miami coke scene.

"Saw 3D" star Carey Elwes revealed that Robert Zemeckis' 3-D motion-capture redo of the Beatles' "Yellow Submarine" -- in which he'll play George Harrison -- is still alive and on track to being filming in April 2011.

And that's not all. In the days to come I'll be posting stories about M. Night Shyamalan's thoughts on "Unbreakable" (and a possible sequel), scoop from the cast of "The Thing," news on the status of "Kickass 2" and much more.

What's the coolest piece of news to come out of New York Comic Con 2010 thus far? And which of the upcoming stories I teased are you most excited to read? Sound off in the comments!

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