With Comic-Con 50 right around the corner it’s time to start getting all the announcements of who is going be there and who is not. In a surprising move we learned last week that Warner Bros. would not be having their almost traditional presentation in Hall H leaving a lot of fans very disappointed, especially with how many films they have in the near future like Joker, Birds Of Prey, Wonder Woman 1984, It: Chapter 2 and Godzilla Vs. Kong. But no worries, it looks like we will have an unlikely replacement that should fill the void just fine.
According to Deadline, Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe will be heading back to San Diego Comic-Con after being absent last year in Hall H. This is interesting as this is also a D23 year for Disney, but unlike it’s last convention, this year Comic-Con happens before D23 which takes place in late August. The question is will they have enough trailers, clips and exclusives to cover both? Of course the answer is yes… yes they will.
We know that this is an important time for Marvel Studios as Avengers: Endgame has ended many story lines. But it’s noteworthy to mention that they have two spots for 2020 which are in May and November, so could be get an announcement of those projects at Comic-Con? They also have Black Widow in production as well as working on The Eternals, Shang-Chi and Doctor Strange 2. Could there be another surprise project?
Also what about all of the Disney+ series that were announced a while back? Series for characters like Loki, Falcon, Scarlet Witch and Vision could be making brief appearances during the presentation. With that being said there is a ton of content that they can show off as their presence now also in a streaming service is getting ready to grow.
What do you think Marvel Studios should show off at this year’s Comic-Con 50? Let us know in the comment section below!
Make sure to keep up with LRMOnline as we will have a team bringing you all the news from San Diego, including the two night premier and panel of Dark/Web! Comic-Con 50 takes place at the San Diego Convention Center July 18th-21st with a Preview Night July 17th.
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