EW Teams at Comic-Con With Moviepilot Fantastic Four

A smart move by the Time Inc. publication.

LyVelezMoviepilotThere are some new faces slated for the EW Comic-Con Studio at San Diego’s Hard Rock Hotel. Alongside the magazine’s editors, writers and SiriusXM hosts, a quartet of moviepilot.com creators will also be interviewing July 9-12 attendees under a new partnership. The creators are:

Ly Velez (pictured), a 20-year-old based in Florida;
Traelon Randolph, a Minneapolis comic book fan who just turned 20 earlier this week;
Rose Moore, a longtime Moviepilot creator, 30, who calls Vancouver, Canada home;
Amie Marie Bohannon, a 29-year-old Young Adult chronicler who maintains a popular Hunger Games fan blog.

The main point of delivery for this group’s videos will be Facebook, where Moviepilot is closing in on five million Likes for its main page and an overall engaged audience of 29 million. It’s a smart move by EW to work with these creators, as well as Moviepilot’s EIC and several other staffers who are also in attendance.

“Comic-Con has always been about celebrating the fans and finding new ways to connect them with their favorite actors, directors, showrunners and franchises,” EW editor Henry Goldblatt said in the recent release. “We’re thrilled to target even more fans through this partnership with Moviepilot.”

Editor’s Note: The original version of this post erroneously referred to the fourth Moviepilot creator as Arnie Bohannon. FishbowlNY apologizes for the error.

Previously on FishbowlNY:
Facebook Film Application Founder Moves Closer to Hollywood
Avengers: Age of New Journalism