San Diego Comic-Con International is going virtual this year with Comic-Con @ Home, and although the world’s largest comics and pop culture convention is not a one-man event in 2020, Comic-Con is still giving a lot of sneezes Is the most awaited movies and television series on the horizon.
Comic-Con @ Home kicked off on Wednesday, July 22, and offers over 350 virtual panels that you can stream from the comfort of your home and viewing equipment of your choice. With that many panels, there’s a lot of new information for fans, so we’ve searched through all the announcements to bring you the best trailer and clip ever. We are updating this article in a five-day program as more film and TV previews are released.
Bill and Ted Face the Music
Orion Pictures massively killed Comic-Con with the announcement Bill and Ted Face the Music The same day (1 September) will be released on-demand and through theaters. The news was accompanied by a new trailer for the film, which brings back Keenu Reeves and Alex Winter as the universe’s titular, time-traveling stalker servants.
Star Trek: Lower Deck
We finally have our first look Star Trek: Lower DeckUpcoming animated series in the Star Trek universe created by Rick and morty Author Mike McMahon. Comic-Con preview Lower deck This clearly illustrates that this is not a cartoon for children, but is intended for any adult who ever thinks that Mess overtakes Starfleet.
Amazon studio first trailer Ideal world The show debuted during the Comic-Con panel and introduced viewers to the plot-riddled story of a group of comic book fans who find that their favorite series are far from accurate in predicting terrible threats to humanity has gone. Series award-winning screenwriter Gillian Flynn (gone Girl, sharp objects) And premieres this fall.
His Dark Stuff, Season 2
First season of Their dark stuff Was a hit for HBO, and now fans of Philip Pullman’s adaptation of the saga showed their first look, where the next season of the show will feature Laira (Daphne Keane), Lee Scorsby (Lin-Manoj Miranda), Mrs. Culper (Ruth) Wilson), and Lord Asriel (James McAvoy), among others. A new world awaits, it seems, and new threats too.
The Boys, season 2
The first season had quite shocking moments The boys, So it is fitting that the clip from season 2, which debuted during the show’s Thursday panel, is well … not for Squish. Amazon Studios’ Ultravalent, Irreverent series returns on September 4, and now that it has been renewed for a third season, fans can look forward to more havoc to come.
Nick Frost and Simon Pegg reunite for this Amazon Studios original series that follows a group of part-time paranormal investigators who uncover a plot that could bring about the end of the world. During the show’s Comic-Con panel, Amazon premiered the show’s first trailer, which debuted in the fall.