No time like the present.
Burt Reynolds made his Comic Con debut Saturday at the Wizard World Comic Con at the Philadelphia Convention Center, where he participated in a Q&A with fans. This is the first time the 79-year-old star has appeared at a Comic Con event.
"I haven't done this before. I think it's a good time to find out what it's all about," Reynolds told the Philadelphia Inquirer in an interview Friday. "I always enjoy talking to fans and I'm usually very pleased with their curiosity about my career, what I'm doing, what I'm not doing, and why I'm not doing more."
The screen legend, whose career spans 50 years, has been doing more voiceover roles as of late, including video games and the FX show "Archer." His memoir, But Enough About Me, is slated to hit shelves in November.
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