What to know what all was announced during the San Diego Comic Con this year? You’re in the right place then!
While there was only one video game trailer released this San Diego Comic Con, quite a bit of hubbub was generated by Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s new gameplay trailer. So far, it isn’t nearly as disliked as its previous trailer. I guess that’s progress?
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be in stores November 4, 2016.
Movies, on the other hand, were announced left and right! DC trounced Marvel’s movie sneak peeks with four trailers to Marvel’s one, the Blair Witch franchise has returned, and there were some other interesting films announced as well.
Justice League will be in theaters November 2017.
Wonder Woman will be in theaters June 2, 2017.
Suicide Squad will be out August 5th, 2016.
The LEGO Batman Movie will be in theaters February 10, 2017.
Doctor Strange will be out November 4, 2016.
Blair Witch, the secretly made third film in the Blair Witch franchise, will be in theaters September 16, 2016.
The Harry Potter spin-off will be premiering in the US on November 18, 2016.
This re-imagining of the story of King Kong, set in the 1970s Vietnam War era, hits theaters March 10, 2017.
This new take on the King Arthur legend will be in theaters March 24, 2017.
Sausage Party will be in theaters August 12, 2016.
This biopic on Edward Snowden will be in theaters on September 16, 2016.
Is it still TV if it’s on Netflix? That’s a question that’s been on my mind since seeing all the different series coming to digital platforms lately, but for now let’s just be happy that both Luke Cage and Iron Fist will be joining Daredevil on Netflix soon. Oh, and Star Trek is coming back to primetime TV. Just thought I’d mention that.
Luke Cage will be available for binging on Netflix September 30, 2016.
Iron Fist, on the other hand, does not have a release date yet. Definitely before The Defenders.
Daredevil Season 3’s release date is TBD, because it will air after…
The Defenders! While these guys and gals may not be popping up on the big screen to help Capt. America and friends, they’ll be doing some
avenging defending together in 2017.
Another completely unrelated Marvel property, Legion, will be airing on FX early 2017 courtesy of Noah Hawley, the creator of FX’s Fargo series.
While DC may not have as robust a TV schedule as Marvel, they are still going to answer some much needed questions in season 3 of Gotham, coming September 9, 2016.
Like Neil Gaiman? Then I’m sure you’ve been waiting for this for a while. Wait a bit longer, because American Gods won’t be out till 2017.
Winter finally comes with season 7 of Game of Thrones in Summer 2017 on HBO, after a filming delay caused by needing to film in the actual winter for once.
Sherlock is returning to BBC, but fans will have to wait till January 2017.
In The Walking Dead news, season 7 will return October 23, 2016. In the meantime…
Fear the Walking Dead, the spin-off series, will be back with the second half of season 2 on August 21.
Did somebody say Star Trek? They did! They DID say Star Trek: Discovery is coming to CBS All Access, CBS’ digital streaming service, sometime January 2017.
The History Channel’s Vikings will be back sometime this fall, though no date was set. Oh well, it’s vikings. I’m sure it’ll be a surprise attack.
Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle season 2 is coming… eventually. No release date has been set yet.
Finally, The Exorcist is getting a TV series on Fox and will start airing September 23 this fall.
And that’s a wrap for San Diego Comic Con 2016! Which of these trailers has you pumped? Which do you think will turn out to be flops? Let us know in the comments below!