Fans who waited in line, some over night, for the Star Wars Hall H panel were treated by director J.J. Abrams to a special experience unlike the one they had just experienced. Thousands of attendees were escourted off-site by guides garbed as Stormtroopers to a private concert of Star Wars music. This move has already been hailed by social media outlets as one of the boldest moves of the San Diego Comic-Con and is certain to cement Abrams and his latest incarnation of the much beloved franchise in their hearts and minds for a long time to come. Now that the barre has been
We learned yesterday that Guardians of the Galaxy would get a sequel and that James Gunn was already attached to write and direct, and now, right at the end of Marvel’s Hall H panel, the release date was announced.
The first announcements to come from Marvel’s Hall H panel are all about Ant-Man! A villain has finally been confirmed and Hank Pym has a daughter.
The Legendary panel is happening right now in Hall H and first up was a video on Gareth Edwards giving up information about Godzilla 2.
Only 6,000 people were able to attend the Game of Thrones Hall H panel yesterday, but now everyone can enjoy the excitement of the panel because it has all been posted online.
The final installment in The Hobbit trilogy will release later this year, but Comic Con attendees will be able to get a first look and grab a convention exclusive poster in Hall H at 10 a.m. Saturday morning!
We have all already seen the teaser that was released earlier this week to promote the Amazing Spider-Man 2 panel, which featured the first footage of Jamie Foxx as Electro. Now the panel has come and gone and we have highlights to share with you.
During the Game of Thrones Hall H panel, HBO debuted the “In Memoriam” video to commemorate all the characters we loved that George R.R. Martin has killed off and were subsequently killed in the show. If you have not watched the show or read the books you should know that there are spoilers ahead. Heck, I don’t even know how the video ends because I forced myself to stop after 30 seconds.
Are monster movies making a come back? Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are hoping so with their latest collaboration Godzilla coming to theaters next year. The official Twitter account for the movie released a new poster and promoted the upcoming Hall H panel earlier today, and you can get those details just after the jump.
Hall H is becoming the place for media entities to showcase all their offerings coming up in the next year and Sony and Marvel know this almost better than anyone and have released a promo for their Amazing Spider-Man 2 panel.