A powerful science fiction story about an architect on Earth commissioned to create (via long distance) a masterwork with materials from the last abandoned Martian colony, a monument that will last thousands of years longer than Earth, which is dying.
While Marvel Studios didn’t have any Captain Marvel footage to screen at San Diego Comic-Con, they did share some interesting details during the MCU panel. Like how it’s set in the early 1990s, for one, and some badass concept art.
Black Panther director Ryan Coogler was joined on the San Diego Comic-Con stage by Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o, Michael B. Jordan, Daniel Kaluuya, Andy Serkis, Forest Whitaker, Danai Gurira, and Letitia Wright, who discussed their characters and their work on the film.
The SDCC trailer isn’t being released yet, but we’ve rounded up some panel highlights below!
“We walk in two worlds. We can only do that for so long.” The CW wrapped up its DC TV universe San Diego Comic-Con coverage with this trailer for season 6 of Arrow. What’s different this year? The flashbacks, according to THR: Instead of flashing back to a serialized story, each episode will have “character-specific” flashbacks.
Is it November, is it November PLEASE can we have Thor: Ragnarok if we are very, very good and eat our vegetables?
Entertainment Weekly Executive Editor Dalton Ross moderated a panel for Syfy’s The Expanse at San Diego Comic-Con, with actors Stephen Strait, Dominique Tipper, Wes Chatham, Cas Anvar, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Frankie Adams, and Executive Producer Mark Fergus. The conversation ranged from love to war, and they announced a new cast member! Elizabeth Mitchell, late of Lost, V, and Once Upon a Time, will join the cast and bring a “spiritual perspective” to the series.
Click through for more highlights from the panel!
While the San Diego Comic-Con teaser for The Flash doesn’t tell us too much about season 4, it centers on a very arresting visual: Iris West, Dr. Caitlin Snow, and Cisco Ramon trying to get a lock on Barry Allen, a.k.a. the Flash. Which would be difficult enough considering his super speed, but there’s also the matter of him being in Speed Force Prison.
The hosts have taken over the park in the first teaser for the second season of HBO’s Westworld. Despite being in production for only about a week, the network brought some footage to San Diego Comic-Con in the form of this darkly funny little teaser.
Legends of Tomorrow released their Season 3 sneak peek at San Diego Comic Con, and it looks like their most fun season yet. Which is saying something, as the last two were pretty darn fun.
“If the theme of season 2 was ‘can Kara and Supergirl have it all,'” new Supergirl showrunner Jessica Queller said at the San Diego Comic-Con panel, “then the theme of season 3 is ‘what does it mean to be human?’ All of the characters will be exploring that question, especially Kara.”
The tension between human and alien certainly seems to be coming to a head for Kara, who is heard intoning over the new trailer that “Kara Danvers was a mistake.”
The trailer for Stranger Things Season 2 has doubled down on the ’80s nostalgia, with prominent turns from Dragon’s Lair, Ronald Reagan, and Mr. Vincent Price. Obviously the kids ain’t afraid of no ghosts after what happened to them last season, so this trailer sees them donning Ghostbusters costumes for Halloween and capturing…something…in their trap. And no, Will Byers can’t quite shake what happened to him.
Click through for the full clip!
CBS debuted a new trailer for Star Trek: Discovery at San Diego Comic-Con, along with plenty of intel on the new crew and the series’ place in canon!
At San Diego Comic Con, Warner Bros. filled fans in on what to expect from the DC Cinematic Universe! And this roster… it filled up mighty quick.
Eric Heisserer, who adapted Ted Chiang’s Hugo-nominated and Nebula-winning novella “Story of Your Life” into the acclaimed film Arrival, is returning to source material he clearly has a knack for. His next project will be to adapt Liking What You See: A Documentary, about a futuristic technology that erases discrimination based on beauty, as a television series for AMC.
Heisserer tweeted the news during San Diego Comic-Con:
It’s out: I’m adapting another Ted Chiang story, this time as a series for AMC — “Liking What You See: A Documentary.”
— Eric Heisserer (@HIGHzurrer) July 22, 2017
Warner Bros. sent their teams to San Diego Comic Con today to give us the latest updates on their super team-up the Justice League! They also revealed their latest poster, which may look familiar to comics fans…
While there was no new Blade Runner 2049 trailer at SDCC, director Denis Villaneuve did take the stage with screenwriters Hampton Fancher and Michael Green, and stars Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Lennie James, and of course Harrison Ford. Plus, Jared Leto appeared in hologram form, because he Method Acted so hard he is literally in the future now.
The panel gave a breakdown of the post-Blade Runner timeline, so if you want that information as you head into 2049 click through! Otherwise, beware of spoilers.