Video Blog: Recap of Warner Bros' Comic-Con 2014 Hall H Footage
by Alex Billington
July 28, 2014
One last recap of another Hall H presentation at Comic-Con - this time for Warner Bros, who brought quite a show with big screens and big footage. Not only did they kick things off with a very special, short, but exciting tease for Zack Snyder's Batman v. Superman, they continued with a very nostalgic discussion about The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies moderated by Stephen Colbert, and a look at Jupiter Ascending and the big breakout of Comic-Con 2014: George Miller's long-awaited returned Mad Max: Fury Road. Everything about this Comic-Con panel was impressive and compelling, and we had to take a moment to talk about everything on Saturday night after emerging from Hall H. Check it out below.
Here's our video blog from Comic-Con 2014 featuring Ethan and I discussing Warner Bros' Hall H panel:
We did our best to record this quickly after the panel, and I apologize if we seem a bit tired, as we just spent the entire day sitting inside Hall H after camping out the entire night (with little sleep) to get in to begin with. All of the footage was impressive, I will honestly admit. Even Jupiter Ascending looked incredible, it's finally coming together and they're showing us more. I loved what we saw for Batman v. Superman even though I have no idea if it will be in the movie or was just a one-off creation like Ant-Man. Though the footage that really blew me away was for Mad Max - damn! I elaborated more in this post with new posters, but an official trailer was released. Warner Bros has also released the same The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies teaser we saw. Stay tuned for more news and find all our Comic-Con coverage. Nice work, WB.
Warner Bros has Jupiter Ascending set to arrive in theaters February 6th, 2015, along with Mad Max: Fury Road arriving May 15th, 2015, and The Hobbit finale on December 17th this year. Eventually they'll open Superman v. Batman: Dawn of Justice in May of 2016. We'll be back to Comic-Con next year.
The MAD MAX FURY ROAD-DOOMSDAY comparisons will be inevitable. Clearly, MAD MAX was before DOOMSDAY, but DOOMSDAY pulled off a lot really cool set pieces, like FURY ROAD is teasing.
DAVIDPD on Jul 28, 2014
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