SDCC: Details On Marvel’s Big Panel And What May Be Announced

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We have known for a few weeks that Marvel Studios was headed back to San Diego Comic-Con. What we didn’t know, but expected, was where their panel would be had. Now we know for certain that it will be… Hall H. Surprised? Yeah, me neither. For those of you that don’t know, Hall H is the biggest room available at SDCC and can seat over 6,000 souls. We also know that the panel will begin at 5:15 pm PT on 20 July and will be 90 minutes long. None of this is uncommon for Marvel at the beloved convention, but what will they be discussing?

Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, has stated that we would be getting information on Phase Four of the MCU sometime after Spider-Man: Far From Home hit theaters. Now that it is out, when can we expect the juicy details?  Will we get a big Phase Four reveal in a couple of weeks? All signs point to… maybe.

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Marvel has used both SDCC and the D23 Expo to make major announcements and trailer reveals, and this year’s D23 takes place one month after SDCC. It would not be surprising for Disney and Marvel to use SDCC as a celebratory event with maybe some announcements on films like Black Widow and The Eternals, but use D23 to show us the rest of the slate through 2022. Movies like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3Doctor Strange 2Shang-Chi, and Black Panther 2 are all things we know are in the works thanks to reliable rumor sources and comments from Feige, but what about the new properties acquired from the Fox Studios purchase? How awesome would it be to get a reveal of some concept art for the Fantastic Four or a couple of mutants?

There’s also the Disney+ shows to consider. LokiWandaVision, and Falcon & The Winter Soldier have all been announced and excitement is growing for them. Marvel may decide to use SDCC to push Disney+ and save the film reveals for D23.

Honestly, I think we’ll get a celebratory panel at SDCC all about what has come while driving excitement about the future. There have even been rumors that there will be an Avengers reunion of sorts and that would eat up a lot of time too. I believe using SDCC to reveal Phase Four would be great for fans, but Disney wants to bring as much attention to D23 as possible to help drive membership in the club that gets access to the event.

What do you think will come out of the Marvel panel at SDCC? Let us know in the comments below!

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