A series of Hollywood stars could still allow it to Sydney to its closing Supanova Comic Con and Gambling seminar in December following the rest of the screens were cancelled.
Organisers on Wednesday officially hoisted the flag Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth shows in November, although leaving the door ajar for a final hoorah at 2020 on December 5-6 in The Dome in the Sydney Showgrounds.
Supanova was operating in Australia because 2002 and also is a fan tradition that brings Hollywood celebrities having a concentration on science-fiction and fantasy movies and TV shows in addition to comic books, gambling and images.
One of the countless celebrities to look over the years are Game of Thrones celebrity Natalie Dormer, Teri Hatcher and Dean Cain in the 1990s hit TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman along with Christina Ricci, who played Wednesday from the Addams Family film.
Organisers were hopeful of documenting the events out Sydney regardless of the pandemic sweeping the planet before calling off it Wednesday.
“As always, we’ll be sticking to the recommendation of the NSW Chief Medical Officer, also if December also seem to become unviable, we’ll sadly have to shut the book Sydney for the calendar year also,” organisers said in a declaration.
A Supanova representative advised NCA Newswire that they were in discussions with celebrities to look at Sydney but have to lock anybody in.
In case Sydney drops also, the conventions have been scheduled to go back next season with the very first series in Melbourne around the next weekend of April.