Tag: SDCC news
Marvel Studios is jumping head first into the SDCC swag with collectable concept art posters for Avengers: Age of Ultron. While they only show concept art, they're still the first official movie posters we've seen for Marvel's upcoming superhero team-up. More is expected to come throughout the week, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy these now!
Say what you will about The Hobbit movies (I've probably said them as well), but if one thing is for certain, Warner Bros. knows how to market these movies. They've always presented amazing trailers and posters for the films, and they're keeping it up with this new poster for The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies. Come inside to check this bad boy out!
Ahead of San Diego Comic-Con, Sony has released a handful of images from the forthcoming Goosebumps movie, with, presumably, more to come during the festivities! Come inside to check them out and see how many classic characters from the books you can spot!
While SDCC is mostly about the comics and movie industries, that doesn't mean video games can't get in on the fun. Some developers are already prepping some fun stuff to show off at Comic Con this year, but one of the coolest might be coming from Ubisoft. They're bringing a full on parkour obstacle course to the event in order to teach people and give them the chance to learn moves like those in the Assassin's Creed franchise. Come inside for all the details and where to find it!
At the end of their SDCC panel tonight, Marvel brought out Joss Whedon for one final revelation before the end of the night...the full title for The Avengers 2. That's right, Avengers: Age of Ultron is happening!
Director Steven Spielberg and producer Peter Jackson were on hand to present world premiere footage for The Adventures of Tintin, but did it help make the film in the long run? Find out what TMP has to say after the jump.
One of the coolest things to come out of the Tintin Panel (besides Peter Jackson and all the Tintin stuff, which we'll have impressions posted shortly) was that Steven Spielberg spoke briefly about the status of Jurassic Park 4, and it should give fans more hope than they've had in a long time.
The San Diego Comic Con is a massive event and tons of news has been pouring out of it. While our team is there and doing their best to deliver on all the biggest news, there are tons of small tidbits floating around as well. Rather than write several 100 word articles on them, we've compiled them all together in this special edition of News Bits!