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Toon Zone News > Front Page - TZ @ SDCC: 3 Versions of "Ben 10" Animated Movie, Plot of Live Action Movie (Updated)
Cartoon Network TZ @ SDCC: 3 Versions of "Ben 10" Animated Movie, Plot of Live Action Movie (Updated)
By William C. Maune
07-29-2007, 4:53 PM

Toon Zone News' Matt Hazuda is reporting on-site from San Diego Comic-Con 2007 and brings us the following details from the Ben 10 panel. It has been announced that six new episodes are set to air this Fall. This will include a two-part episodes with all ten villains teaming up against the heroes.

Additionally, the Ben 10 animated movie, Secret of the Omnitrix, which premieres Friday August 10th with additional airings Saturday and Sunday night that weekend, will actually have three versions depending on which night the viewer watches. Different aliens will appear each night.

In regards to the Ben 10 live action movie, Ben 10: Race Against Time, Director Alex Winter was on hand to discuss its progress. Shooting finished last Friday and Lee Majors (The Six Million Dollar Man) will play Grandpa Max. The plot features Ben returning home at the end of summer and going back to school where it turns out something is amiss involving aliens and fate of universe. Ben's parents will also make an appearance in the movie and there will be more featured on the history of the Plumbers. While the live action movie shares the same continuity as the series, the events of the movie will not be in continuity. It is set to premiere November 21, 2007. There is the possibility of more live action Ben 10 movies if ratings are strong.

Finally, a new Ben 10 series is currently expected to premiere Spring 2008. While no title for the series was mentioned during the panel, during Cartoon Network's upfront presentation earlier this year it was referred to as Ben 10: Hero Generation. Season four will be the last season of the current Ben 10 series.

Stay tuned to Toon Zone News for complete coverage from San Diego Comic-Con 2007 throughout the weekend.

[Source: Matt Hazuda live from San Diego Comic-Con 2007]

(Last Updated July 29, 2007, 2:40pm Pacific Time: Possibility of more live action movies.)
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