When Comic Book Fans Talk, Hollywood Listens

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This year's San Diego Comic-Con International starts Thursday. The convention has become a hot spot for Hollywood to test market its new movies in front of thousands of die-hard comic book fans, who are seen to be an increasingly influential part of the film-going public. Beth Accomando of member station KPBS reports.



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