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It's time for Marvel to show the rest of the world how to bring down the house, once again, at Comic-Con 2014. Wrapping up three days of movie presentations in Hall H, Marvel Studios is ready to continue the MCU and take us into the next phase with James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Scott Derrickson's Dr. Strange. Four years ago they brought the entire cast of The Avengers on stage, will they do that again? We're about to find out what big surprises and announcements they have in store in 2014, and I'm very excited to see how Marvel is going to make everyone go wild again this time.
The next big Hollywood panel on Saturday at Comic-Con 2014 that we're covering live is the presentation from Legendary Pictures. This is the first year Legendary has their own panel in Hall H, which makes us think they may be going all out. While no movies have been named or announced in advance, we expect Duncan Jones to bring something big from Warcraft, and Guillermo del Toro to take the stage to preview his new gothic romance Crimson Peak (which we already highlight from the showfloor). More surprises and reveals are expected during the 45-minute panel, so follow our coverage of the presentation live below.
It's time to kick off one of the most historic days in Comic-Con history. Saturday at Comic-Con 2014 - it starts with Warner Bros (perhaps some Justice League?) and ends with Marvel. The WB panel kicks things off as the first show of the day, highlighting these movies: The Wachowskis' sci-fi Jupiter Ascending, George Miller's long-awaited Mad Max: Fury Road, and Peter Jackson's finale The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. There may be some very special surprises, tons of never-seen-before footage, reveals, interviews, appearances and much more. We'll be live blogging the full panel from start to finish. Read on!
It's time for Marvel to blow the roof off of the San Diego Convention Center yet again. Wrapping up a full 3 days of movie presentations in Hall H, Marvel Studios is ready to unleash hell and show everyone how it's done. Three years ago they brought the entire cast of The Avengers on stage, can they top that this time? While their listing only mentions Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Thor 2, word is they might do something with Avengers or Guardians of the Galaxy or even more. We're about to find out, and I'm incredibly excited to see how Marvel is going to make fans lose their mind this time. Let's start this up.
This is the big one. Saturday at Comic-Con 2013, the beginning of a long but exciting day inside Hall H. Warner Bros is kicking off the day with their 3-hour long panel that is packed with a handful of movies that we're incredibly excited about: Gareth Edwards' Godzilla, Sergey Bodrov's Seventh Son, Noam Murro's 300: Rise of an Empire, Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity, Phil Lord & Chris Miller's The LEGO Movie, and Doug Liman's Edge of Tomorrow. There may be big surprises, tons of never-seen-before footage, reveals, interviews, appearances and much more. We'll be live blogging the full panel from start to finish. Read on!
It's time to kick off one of our most anticipated presentations inside Hall H at Comic-Con 2013 - the big two hour long Sony/Screen Gems panel. We were at the same Sony panel two years ago when they unveiled Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man for the first time and it was an unforgettable experience. This year they're bringing back The Amazing Spider-Man 2, along with the animated sequel Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, and the RoboCop remake, among a few other surprises (hopefully). We'll be live blogging from Hall H non-stop for the next two hours if you're curious to find out what happens this year.
The final big, potentially huge, panel of Comic-Con 2012 comes from the other comic & cinematic masters - Marvel Studios. The panel is listed in the schedule as specifically for Iron Man 3, which just started shooting with Robert Downey Jr. and Shane Black at the helm. We expect both of them to be here today to talk about and, hopefully, premiere some footage. We've also been hearing rumors about news related to Guardians of the Galaxy and Ant-Man that will be announced today, but we don't know any solid details. One thing is for sure - we can expect some big surprises. Follow our live updates from inside Hall H below!
It's time. After waking up at 7AM, waiting almost 3 hours to get in, 4 hours inside of Hall H, it's time for one of the most anticipated panels at Comic-Con 2012 (follow more of our coverage here). Running for a full two and a half hours, it's time for Warner Bros big presentation on at least three of their major upcoming projects: Peter Jackson's The Hobbit, Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim, and finally Zack Snyder's Man of Steel, the new Superman movie. There may be some more surprises and other big reveals today, and we're here in Hall H covering everything live as it goes down. Let's get this show on the road! Updates here.
Our final live blog from the depths of Hall H at Comic-Con 2011 happens this morning, covering the very intriguing and mysterious panel that brings legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola back to the Con after being here years ago for Bram Stoker's Dracula. The panel is for Twixt, which we saw the first photo from a few days ago. Coppola and acclaimed musician Dan Deacon present sequences from Coppola's new horror film, TWIXT, and involve the audience in a dress rehearsal of the completely unique and innovative way they plan on performing it. That's the official description for it, I'm curious to see what this is all about.
One of the most anticipated presentations at Comic-Con 2011 is the Sony/Columbia Pictures panel, which includes discussions and early looks at four movies back-to-back, culminating in the big reveal of The Amazing Spider-Man. The first official teaser trailer just debuted earlier this week, but given this is the unveiling of the film, we might see/hear more, so definitely follow along. In addition, the other movies being featured are Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, the comedy 30 Minutes or Less, and Len Wiseman's sci-fi remake Total Recall. We'll be live blogging from Hall H non-stop for the full hour-and-a-half panel.
The very first panel at Comic-Con 2011 in Hall H on Friday morning is a big one. The one-and-only, legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg is making his first-ever Comic-Con appearance to talk about his new motion-capture adventure film The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, which he co-directed with Peter Jackson. We're not sure what to expect as their is no information, but it's just exciting to be able to sit back and watch Spielberg talk about one of his upcoming projects. Follow our live coverage and updates from the panel as we're covering directly from Hall H today. There might be surprises! Enjoy!
Another panel at Comic-Con that has no info released early, but is teasing some big surprises. We're covering Robert Rodriguez's new Comic-Con 2011 panel, this year in Hall H, titled simply Quick Draw Productions, which is his new "action-oriented" production company. The description for the panel says: "Be the first to get a sneak peek at Robert Rodriguez's upcoming films. Robert presents Quick Draw's new slate featuring special guest collaborators. He will also show exclusive material from his latest top-secret project." We've heard rumors there might be a Sin City 2 announcement, but no guarantees. Follow below!
It's about time to kick off the first big live blog of Comic-Con 2011, the 20th Century Fox panel in Hall H. The schedule has never been update to say more than: "You won't want to miss the excitement this year, as Fox presents first-looks at some of its most-anticipated pictures of 2011 and 2012." But we're predicting Ridley Scott's Prometheus is going to be the big one this time (we just posted a first look photo), as well as appearances for Rupert Wyatt's Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Andrew Niccol's In Time, plus potentially some surprises, hopefully. We'll be updating live with quotes, info and more, so follow it below!