‘Black Panther’ just debuted some new footage at Comic-Con and it looks friggin’ epic

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Unlike his buddy Thor, Black Panther didn’t release any new footage online during Marvel’s Comic-Con panel. But luckily for you, we were in the room where it happens – and let’s just say this thing looks friggin’ epic

Like, “worth standing in the Hall H line for” epic.

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We were treated to both a longer clip and a trailer-style sizzle reel. The former looks, basically, like Marvel’s take on James Bond. T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman), Okoye (Danai Gurira), and Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) are all dressed to the nines as they enter a South Korean luxury casino that looks like something out of Skyfall.  Read more…

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Jeff Goldblum is the Jeff Goldblum-iest in the ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ clip only Comic-Con got to see

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The entire world got a new look at Thor: Ragnarok on Saturday, in the form of a brand-new trailer. But diehard fans in Comic-Con’s Hall H got a big bonus: a never-before-seen clip.

And, well, it sure looks like director Taika Waititi is having a lot of fun with this one, both in front of and behind the camera.

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The Thor: Ragnarok Comic-Con clip opens with Thor coming to, only to discover he’s shackled to some kind of fancy chair. He seems to be gliding through a tunnel with lots of lights as a voiceover explains what’s going on. (It’s not unlike the Star Tours simulator ride at Disney. Synergy!) Read more…

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What’s up with the ‘Justice League’ post-trailer cliffhanger? Is that … Superman?

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The Justice League Comic-Con trailer makes a big deal out of uniting the DC superheroes. But it doesn’t take a Batman-level intellect to figure out that one’s still missing.

Superman’s nowhere to be seen in the latest Justice League footage reel – and since Henry Cavill was also MIA at the Warner Bros. Hall H panel, no one got a chance to ask him about it. But that latest trailer may have given us a little clue as to how the Man of Steel will figure into all of this.

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At the very end of the video, Jeremy Irons’ Alfred addresses an unseen figure. “He said you’d come. Now let’s hope you’re not too late.” That line is prefaced by Alfred noticing that his whiskey glass is starting to shake, Jurassic Park-style. Whoever or whatever it is, it’s creating a lot of commotion. Read more…

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Barb crashed the ‘Stranger Things’ panel at Comic-Con and it was magical

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Hulk is back in the ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ trailer, and he’s never looked more smashing

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It’s the end of the world as we know it, and we feel … pretty hyped, actually.

That’s because while the new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok promises doom and destruction, it also promises a really good time. 

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Thor and Hulk, the two Avengers who sat out Captain America: Civil War, are reunited here in the furthest reaches of space, where they’re forced to face off in a gladiatorial duel. Don’t worry, though – they’re friends from work.

Tessa Thompson and Jeff Goldblum join the MCU as two new characters who encounter Thor on the planet Sakaar. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, Hela (Cate Blanchett), the goddess of death, has been unleashed and looks ready to wreak havoc on Asgard. And, of course, Loki’s still kicking around and causing trouble for everyone. Read more…

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‘Captain Marvel’ is traveling all the way back to the 1990s

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Last year at Comic-Con, Marvel Studios officially announced Brie Larson as the star of Captain Marvel. They’re still not even shooting yet, bu this year at Comic-Con, Marvel Studios dropped a few more juicy details.

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As has been rumored, Nick Fury will appear in Captain Marvel. What we didn’t expect was what Kevin Feige said next. “In this film, Nick Fury has two eyes,” he said. “Because this film takes place before the events of Iron Man 1. It’s set in the early 1990s.”

And that’s not even the most surprising bomb that Feige dropped during the Comic-Con panel. He additionally announced that the villains of Captain Marvel will be the Skrulls. Read more…

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Hulk talk better in ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ (and refuse turn back into Banner)

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It’s been a couple of years since Bruce Banner started turning into the Hulk in the MCU timeline, so it would stand to reason that his alter ego’s vocabulary would be improving.

Mark Ruffalo spilled details about the big fella during Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok panel on Saturday at Comic-Con, including that he won’t be playing much Bruce Banner.

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Hulk refuses to turn back into Banner on [the planet] Sakaar because he’s a champion gladiator,” Ruffalo said. “And he’s enjoying his life for once, and he’ll be damned if he’s gonna go back to Banner. Read more…

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Michelle Pfeiffer will play Janet van Dyne in ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’

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Marvel kicked off its San Diego Comic-Con panel with some typically awesome news — Michelle Pfeiffer has been tapped to play Janet van Dyne, the first Wasp and mother of Janet van Dyne.

“She was our dream choice when making the first film,” Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige admitted during the panel, expressing his disbelief that they actually managed to cast the former Catwoman.

The news was announced via an adorable video hosted by Ant-Man stars Paul Rudd and Michael Peña, which recapped the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe up to this point — with plenty of snark from Rudd and Peña about their rivals (at one point, recapping The Avengers, they referred to Hawkeye as Alan Alda).  Read more…

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‘Westworld’ Season 2 trailer drops at Comic-Con and it’s full of bloody mayhem

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Westworld doesn’t return to our screens until 2018, but the show has been filming for about a week, according to showrunner Jonathan Nolan — which is apparently just enough time to throw together a delicious new trailer for the HBO hit.

We open on the show’s blood-splattered player piano, and there’s plenty of the red stuff on display in the teaser, which sees Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) and Teddy (James Marsden) on horseback, triumphantly hunting down the humans who have spent years toying with them for fun. 

We also see Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) regarding a dead tiger (It’s pretty incongruous to have one of those in the Old West setting of Sweetwater, right? Unless it escaped from a different environment?) before later hitching a ride with Head of Security Ashley Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) and some dudes in heavy-duty body armor.  Read more…

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Watch Gal Gadot’s thunderous Hall H return at Comic-Con

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With $771 million in worldwide box office and counting, what’s not to scream about?

Hall H went utterly wild for the arrival of Gal Gadot at Comic-Con after the most successful DC/Warner Bros. film ever, and perhaps the strongest-holding superhero film of all time.

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Turn your volume down before playing this, because Hall H gave Wonder Woman a hero’s welcome on Saturday alright:

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