‘Shazam! Fury Of The Gods’ And ‘Black Adam’
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Dwayne Johnson has been hyping up his appearance at Comic-Con for “Black Adam”. The actor makes his first foray into the superhero genre as the titular DC Comics character in the movie, which itself is a spinoff of “Shazam!”. Joining Johnson as part of the Warner Bros. panel will be Zachary Levi for “Shazam! Fury Of The Gods”. The sequel sees Levi return as the superhero in the movie, which co-stars Helen Mirren, Rachel Zegler, Djimon Hounsou, Jack Dylan Grazer, and Lucy Liu.
William Shatner Discusses His Life And Career
Two Comic-Con giant collide as William Shatner sits down with noted “Star Trek” fan Kevin Smith to discuss his life and career in front of legions of fans. The 91-year-old Canadian icon decades-long career will be explored in a new, as-of-yet untitled documentary with footage expected to be shown to fans at Comic-Con.
“For years I’ve had people approaching me to do a documentary about my life, but I turned them all down because it didn’t feel like the right fit,” Shatner said in a statement. “When I heard how Legion M wanted to incorporate audiences to be a part of it, it was perfect. Fans have been responsible for my career — it only seems right that they should own this doc.”
‘Star Trek’ Universe
Beam us up, Scotty! Trekkies will get their fill of all things “Star Trek” as the fan-favourite franchise brings all its properties to one exciting panel, featuring some “Trek” royalty. Sir Patrick Stewart will take part in the panel for “Star Trek: Picard”. Other discussions will feature the cast and creatives of “Star Trek: Lower Decks”, and “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”. Each of the panels will be moderated by “Back To The Future” star and “Picard” season 2 director Lea Thompson.
It wouldn’t be Comic-Con without a few Marvel surprises. The studio is keeping mum on what’s in store at the convention, but we’re betting fans will get to see the first glimpses of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”. In true Marvel fashion, expect some new announcements and updates on small-screen projects for Disney+.
‘Game Of Thrones: House Of The Dragon’
The story of the House of Targaryen takes place 200 years before the events of “Game Of Thrones” in the upcoming HBO prequel series. Set to premiere in August, expect the series’ stars Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke, Matt Smith, and Rhys Ifans to likely be among the actors who takes the stage at Comic-Con in ore rot hype up the show.
The first season of Apple TV+’s trippy workplace series “Severance” won over fans and critics alike, and now director Ben Stiller and cast members Adam Scott, Britt Lower, Dichen Lachman and Jen Tullock will make an appearance to discuss making the critically acclaimed series.
Hot off her history-making three Emmy nominations, “Abbott Elementary” star and executive producer Quinta Brunson will take part in a live virtual panel. Brunson will be joined by co-stars of the hit Global TV show, including Tyler James Williams, Janelle James, Chris Perfetti, Lisa Ann Walter, William Stanford Davis, and Sheryl Lee Ralph.
‘Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power’
Get ready to meet the mega-ensemble cast of Prime Video’s upcoming “Lord Of The Rings” prequel. The eight-episode series will bring its cast to Hall H for a sneak peek and discussion about bringing Middle Earth to the small screen in a story that takes place thousands of years before “The Hobbit”.
Canadian fan-fave Nathan Fillion and Niecy Nash-Betts will take part in a panel on “The Rookie”, answering questions on how worlds of “The Rookie” and the new spinoff “The Rookie: Feds” will collide.
The highly anticipated Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s beloved comic series will make its way to Hall H at Comic-Con in an exclusive first-look presentation. Stars of the series, including Tom Sturridge, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Jenna Coleman, and Mason Alexander Park are among the guests expected to attend.