There’s good news, and there’s bad news. The good news is that Marvel is returning to Hall H on Saturday, July 26, in a panel that’s set for 5:30PM-6:30PM. The bad news is, obviously, the line to get into that panel is going to be packed.
During that time period, “Marvel Studios President and Producer Kevin Feige and special guests will provide an inside look at the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe”. Although there’s no official word from Marvel on which cast members will be heading to the Hall H stage, we may have some hints about what will be featured from actors on some of the current productions — namely, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant Man.
Actor Mark Ruffalo told Collider back in June that the cast of Ultron will be flying in for Comic-Con, and also teased that some Hulk footage could be shown to attendees. Ant Man‘s Michael Douglas also told Collider, in a separate interview, that he will be heading to San Diego Comic-Con for the Marvel panel on Saturday, so expect some news on both of those features.
The Marvel Hall H panel is also usually full of reveals and surprises, as well as announcements. The studio has a lot on its slate for Phase II that’s currently unknown, and could easily use San Diego Comic-Con to help solidify some of those plans. Doctor Strange announcements? More movies? We’ll know in just over two weeks just what the studio has planned for Hall H attendees.
The studio has also confirmed that it will have exclusives at its booth and other events around the convention. But one thing it won’t be having? A Guardians of the Galaxy advanced screening, as director James Gunn has already confirmed that won’t be happening.
Here’s the full announcement, from Marvel.com:
Marvel will take the stage once more at Comic-Con International’s Hall H in San Diego Saturday, July 26 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. PT, where Marvel Studios President and Producer Kevin Feige and special guests will provide an inside look at the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe!
While that’s all we can tell you right now, those of you who can’t make it to San Diego this year can sign up for our special liveblog of the event directly below to get all the news as it breaks, and for more on San Diego Comic-Con and Marvel Studios keep your eyes on Marvel.com!
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