Hi! Welcome to ‘s Marvel Live Blog, where we’ll follow Marvel President Kevin Feige as he reveals what’s next for the Marvel Cinematic Universe live from Hall H at San Diego Comic Con 2022.
The whole thing starts at 1am in the UK, or 5pm in sunny Los Angeles, but the excitement is already building…
We can definitely expect some Guardians of the Galaxy Vol announcements. 3, star Chris Pratt is on the way, so expect something, hopefully a first trailer…
Sneak peak @Comic_Con pic.twitter.com/UsNKknPikuJuly 23, 2022
Comic Con has been in full swing since Thursday and there have already been some real highlights. Yesterday, we got another Lord of the Rings trailer for Prime Video’s megabucks TV series The Rings Of Power, which teased a proper take on the great and bad original Sauron. You can see exactly where the $465 million it cost to make the series went:
And a first look at part four of John Wick, which looks really special.
Earlier today, we got a chance to see the first trailer for Shazam! Fury Of The Gods, which you can read more about here.
And Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson kicking all kinds of ass in Black Adam.
What do we expect from the panel? In addition to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3?
And on the TV side, can we get a preview of Secret Invasion or Loki season 2? We should get something from She-Hulk, since it’s less than a month to go now…
But what will be the surprises? Can we get some details on Deadpool 3? A reboot for X-Men? And will we finally find out who the new Fantastic Four will be?
While we wait for this all to begin, Netflix has released a new trailer for The Sandman.
We weren’t convinced by the show’s first trailer. We are now.
Previously, Warner Bros. offered a look at their list of movies. While it was nice to see Black Adam and Shazam!, the lack of anything in Aquaman, Flash, Batman or Wonder Woman was pretty disappointing.
Also, rumors of Henry Cavill making an appearance to finally map out what’s next for Superman turned out to be unfounded…
Me waiting for Henry Cavill to show up but DC closed panel #SDCC #BlackAdam #DCEU pic.twitter.com/vPbg1OAFCIJuly 23, 2022
The news is starting to come in. Andy Park, Director of Visual Development at Marvel Studios, showed off a first poster for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
In the background, Kang appears, played by Lovecraft Country’s Jonathan Majors. Also known as Kang the Conqueror, a time traveler who wants to control history and has come into conflict with various Marvel heroes throughout his comic book history.
Could this mean a trailer? Who knows? Let’s hope.
1st look at ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA! Poster I illustrated for @MarvelStudios @Comic_Con Honored to work again with @MrPeytonReed #PaulRudd @EvangelineLilly & 1st time Cassie @kathrynnewton & KANG #JonathanMajors #antmanandthewaspquantumania #Quantumania #antmanwasp #kang pic.twitter.com/Mf8tL3wg6wJuly 23, 2022
Yesterday, the animated arm of Marvel took a look at a few things. There were announcements about the second and third seasons of What If…?, as those in the room got their first look at X-Men ’97, Marvel Zombies, and Spider-Man: Freshman Year.
You can read all about it here.
We also saw the adorable first trailer for the Guardians spin-off, I Am Groot, which is out next month.
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Half an hour to go.
If you need a little stimulation, relive the moment when the Black Panther cast first saw footage from the film at Comic Con in 2017. It’s an absolute tonic.
Big Moments in Hall H History: July 2017. The first #BlackPantera footage is shown only to the Hall H crowd and the place goes wild with a standing ovation from 6,000 fans. The cast had yet to see the footage and that was their reaction. #SDCC pic.twitter.com/bejt81ebHqJuly 23, 2022