Marvel Announces 90-Minute Hall H Panel At SDCC
Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are a-Twitter today, as social media salivates over what exactly we can expect from a 90-Minute, Hall-H panel at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC).
Marvel Fans A-Twitter
Check out some of the more important/favorite of the bunch:
You get a Saturday Schedule, and you get a Saturday Schedule, YOU ALL GET A SATURDAY SCHEDULE! It's live right now! Head to the link and start planning. #SDCC50 #SDCC2019 #SDCChttps://t.co/N7BcVsovEV pic.twitter.com/AVcfG4AX6v
— San Diego Comic-Con (@Comic_Con) July 6, 2019
— Delana Bennett (@DelanaTweets) July 6, 2019
— Kameron Boese (@KamBoese) July 6, 2019
Marvel at Hall H: We are announcing brand new films you had no idea about: Black Widow, The Eternals, Shang-Chi
— Andy (@IndianaJedi) July 6, 2019
Meanwhile, media outlets are falling over themselves to set up expectations for the Kevin Feige crew’s convention conversation.
Mark your calendars, true believers: A year after skipping altogether, Marvel Studios is returning to Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con for a first look at the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe after “Avengers: Endgame” and “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”
The company has also reclaimed its traditional late afternoon Saturday spot, locking down the biggest room at SDCC from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. on July 20.
As usual, Marvel is keeping the details of the hour-and-a-half presentation under wraps, but individuals with knowledge of the matter tell TheWrap that the “Avengers” cast are being re-assembled for a post-“Endgame” victory lap. But that’s definitely not all: If previous Marvel Hall H shows are a guide, expect a rapid-fire series of release dates, clips, huge casting announcements and new project reveals before it’s all over.
The third phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was brought to a perfect close with Avengers: Endgame, and even though Far From Home is officially the final movie in Phase 3, no one can deny that the Infinity War sequel felt like more of a proper conclusion to what had come before.
Still, Spidey’s latest solo outing definitely planted some seeds for the future and though not much is known about what’s coming down the pipeline just yet, that’ll soon change as Marvel Studios will indeed return to Hall H at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con and they’ll finally be revealing what’s on the slate for Phase 4.
Yes, Kevin Feige and co. will be heading down to the convention with tons of surprises and announcements and while we don’t know exactly what they’ll be showing off, like we just said, the Phase 4 slate is almost a guarantee. At the very least, we’ll get some firm release dates for the next batch of films and perhaps even some major casting announcements.
Either way, I’ll be comfortably watching Twitter here from my couch. But tell me: Will you be in San Diego for SDCC?