Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige packed a lot of comic book movie goodness into its two-hour time slot at Comic-Con like a tasty burrito. Here are some of the big announcements and descriptions of the exclusive footage we saw in Hall H.
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As a comic book fan, Black Panther director Ryan Coogler is certainly aware of the heritage of the character and is genuinely determined to bring the best story that fans wants — and that includes an all-star cast.
A presentation of the new Sony/Marvel Studios collaboration was a pleasant surprise for fanboys and fangirls in Hall H considering we thought the only thing on the menu for the day was Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Marvel’s favorite ragtag group of space misfits are back and they brought a couple of new friends and some new music that will have us pining for our own copy of Star Lord’s mix tape.
The Academy Award-winning actor took the stage at Comic-Con in Hall H on Saturday and, sticking to the vibe of his character from the upcoming Harry Potter spin-off, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, shared some magic with the audience.
After his career is destroyed, a brilliant but arrogant and conceited surgeon gets a new lease on life when a sorcerer takes him under his wing and trains him to defend the world against evil.
The cast and creators of Game of Thrones descended upon San Diego Comic-Con and even though there wasn’t anything new to announce, they still managed to share some tiny details about the forthcoming season, but more importantly, it was a chance for them to play a game of “Who deserves to sit on the Iron Throne?”
The season six finale of The Walking Dead left audiences polarized, but series creator Robert Kirkman said that everyone will be singing the same tune come Oct. 23 when the seventh season premieres.
Marvel Head of Television Jeph Loeb took the stage with the Luke Cage to give us a generous preview of the forthcoming Netflix superhero series as well as a couple of other surprises.
Things at San Diego Comic-Con took a political turn in Hall H when Oliver Stone appeared on the dais to promote his upcoming film Snowden. Along with stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Shailene Woodley, and Zachary Quinto, the first time Comic-Con attendee and Academy Award-winning director talked up his film about controversial whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
A young man is bestowed with incredible martial arts skills and mystical force known as the Iron Fist.
After the Lucy director shared three scenes plus a montage from the film to a jam-packed audience in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con, you can expect nothing but buzz to surround this movie from now until its July 21, 2017 release date.
Set in the DC Comics universe, Powerless fuses two genres of television for a comedy that is absurd, hysterical and wildly entertaining.
The pilot episode was screened at Comic-Con and it immediately presented itself as a noirish mix of Dawson’s Creek and Twin Peaks with a sprinkling of Gossip Girl and Veronica Mars.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 30 years since Sigourney Weaver said “Get away from her, you bitch!” and stepped up to the queen for one of the biggest showdowns in sci-fi cinematic history. Comic-Con is appropriately celebrating the anniversary of the classic and you don’t have to be in San Diego participate.
Academy Award-winning director Oliver Stone is looking to make a big impression at this year’s Comic-Con. Not only will it mark his debut at the fanboy event, but he will also be screening his upcoming biopic Snowden for the first time.
Legendary Digital Networks is set to takeover Petco Park with Camp Conival during San Diego Comic-Con. With the fine folks at Nerdist and Geek & Sundry headlining, Legendary will serve up 4 days of programs kicking off with an invite-only VIP Lionsgate Party with the cast of the upcoming Power Rangers movie.
The film panels at this year’s Comic-Con is starting to take shape and there are some titles that are guaranteed to cause a stir of excitement amongst the crowds of fanboy and fangirls. Read the growing schedule of films headed to San Diego and make sure you check back for frequent updates as they happen!
From Orphan Black to The Game of Thrones, we’ve compiled a list of all the TV shows headed to Comic-Con. (The list will be updated as more panels are announced!)
FX is looking to bring an all-out, immersive experience to Comic-Con with their FXhibition, a “visually arresting, one-of-a-kind interactive art space” which will include the American Horror Story Fearless VR Experience.
The original Captain Kirk, William Shatner will headline a Star Trek panel to mark the 50th anniversary of the iconic franchise.
As Comic-Con nears, fanboys and fangirls are on high alert about events and panels headed to San Diego. The most recent additions include Luc Besson’s sci-fi epic Valerian, Kong: Skull Island, and TV’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..
There may be a noticeable Outlander gap in Starz’s Comic-Con lineup, but the cable channel is making up for it by bringing fan favorite Ash Vs. Evil Dead and their new show American Gods to San Diego for the fanboy convention.
Hot of the heels of HBO’s Sunday night of season finales, the cable network has announce that they will be heading down to San Diego Comic-Con with panels for Game of Thrones, Silicon Valley and their new comedy Vice Principals.
The MCU hasn’t made any official announcements to which titles will be taking the stage at Comic-Con. However, it seems like Netflix’s Luke Cage is the first to say that it’s heading to San Diego to make its Comic-Con debut.
From Supergirl to Riverdale, Warner Bros. is coming to San Diego Comic-Con with a truckload of their TV properties — 21 to be exact. This is definitely not a surprise considering any and all DC comics-based TV show falls under their jurisdiction.
San Diego Comic-Con is about a month away and Fox is one of the first networks to announce the lineup for their TV panels. 13 shows are set to have presentations including a handful of new ones, plenty of returning favorites, and a couple of welcomed reboots.