Warner Bros. announced a couple of weeks ago that their film slate would not be appearing at San Diego Comic Cons Hall H this year, a move that shocked everybody. However, Marvel Studios, who has been absent the past two years is taking advantage of that.
According to Deadline, Marvel Studios will indeed return to Hall H this year to showcase their upcoming slate.
It is not confirmed what Marvel Studios intends to bring to the popular panel, though the consensus is that they intend to officially announce their phase 4 slate, which includes the standalone Black Widow film, which is currently in production, The Eternals, and Shang-Chi. It is possible we could get some details on Guardians of the Galaxy, Black Panther 2, and Doctor Strange 2.
While we’re sure, Marvel will have a few other surprises up their sleeves as well. Perhaps some news on their plans for the X-Men and Fantastic Four?
Now, what about Marvels’ Disney+ slate including Loki, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and WandaVision? It should be expected that the studio will hold off on discussing those projects until the first ever Disney+ panel at this years D23 Expo in August.
Comic-Con 2019 will be held July 18-21 (with Preview Night on July 17) at the San Diego Convention Center.
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