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San Diego Comic-Con is about to kick off and as we've done over the last several years, Cinelinx will be covering all the latest news and information with a plethora of coverage from the show floor. Here in our HUB, you can get yourself oriented and catch up on everything you need from SDCC 2017.
Marvel is currently taking up Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con to talk about their upcoming films. First up, the cast and director for Black Panther took to the stage, and despite not starting filming until January, confirmed some of the characters and actors joining the film. Come inside to check it out!
You may have heard that FOX blew the roof off of SDCC last night with a Deadpool trailer that people can't seem to stop talking about. Sadly, that trailer wasn't released online, but thanks to Ryan Reynolds, we know about when it will be.
Contrary to previous rumors, Star Wars will have a big presence at this year's San Diego Comic-Con with a few panels and exclusive toys based on The Force Awakens. Come inside to get your first look at all their plans!
If you're a fan of monster movies (like me), then you'll be pretty happy with what happened during Legendary's SDCC panel. As rumored, they announced Godzilla 2 and even confirmed that Gareth Edwards will be returning to direct it. Better yet, they even revealed which monsters will be making an appearance this time that classic Godzilla fans should be happy about. Need more movie monster action? A new King Kong project is in the works that will take us back to Skull Island. Come inside to learn more!
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.
20th Century Fox knows that in order to make an impression at Comic Con, they've got to bring their 'A' game to the show. So in order to promote their big budget, special effects-laden Planet of the Apes reboot, they've unleashed an action packed sizzle reel.