San Diego Comic-Con 2016: Marvel vs. DC Comics Movies, TV Shows, Trailers and much more

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Marvel vs DC SDCC 2016
Marvel vs DC SDCC 2016

With third day of San Diego Comic-Con 2016 concluded Marvel and DC Comics have pretty much summed up the movies and television shows they have planned for future. While Marvel debuted another trailer for their forthcoming Doctor Strange trailer while dishing out details on the other future movies such as Spider-man Homecoming, standalone Black Panther movie, DC Comics rather struck to the movies that it has planned for next year. On the television front, Marvel came with even more Netflix shows including The Defenders, Luke Cage and Iron Fist. DC on the other hand is doing real well with its already established Arrow/Flash verse and debuted trailers for each of their shows.

Here?s all trailers and details from Marvel and DC panels at SDCC16:

Marvel Universe

Doctor Strange

Marvel studios put their new Doctor Strange trailer online, but in Hall H, they also showed a key sequence from the film where Benedict Cumberbatch’s title character meets the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton), who judo-chops the arrogant doctor’s spirit straight out of his body.

Black Panther

For Black Panther movie, Marvel added a fan favorite, with The Walking Dead star Danai Gurira joining the cast that also includes Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong’o, all who were on hand to promote the 2018 release.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 reveals the Star-Lord’s origin story and Marvel Studios have given him a peculiar new father: Kurt Russell’s character is Ego the Living Planet, one of most unusual characters. This living, breathing planet is capable of immense powers and took on a human form to impregnate Peter Quill?s mother. Also Sylvester Stallone joins the movie.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 San Diego Comic-Con 2016

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 San Diego Comic-Con 2016

Thor Ragnarok

The studios revealed new footage of third Thor movie where Hulk joins the God of Thunder with his new battle armor. The conceptual footage also revealed adversaries that Thor and Hulk will face-off. There is Fenris Wolf, a being inspired by Fenrisulfr of Norse mythology. In mythology, the Fenris Wolf is prophesied to devour Odin and said to be the offspring of Loki. Also the footage showed fire demon Surtur and?the main villain, Hela, the Goddess of Death played by?Cate Blanchett.

Netflix Series

At San Diego Comic-Con, Netflix kicked things off with a few announcements about its various Marvel superhero series. Luke Cage is due September 30th, and its one and half minute teaser shows Mike Colter fighting bad guys in hallways. The Iron Fist series’ release date is still TBA, but its trailer showed off a hint of what’s to come there as well. Also Netflix?previewed The Defenders and as originally promised, Cage, Jessica Jones, Daredevil and Iron Fist will team up to take on bad guys in 2017. In addition Daredevil?is?confirmed to?get a third season?while?Jessica Jones?will go for a second season.

X-Men TV Show Legion

The show is based in the X-Men world but it won’t be connected to the X-Men movies as rights are not owned by Marvel. Legion is set to premiere on FX in early 2017 and tells the story of a diagnosed schizophrenic named David Haller (Dan Stevens) whose psychological manifestations may be more than just figments of his imagination.

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