Comic-Con International in San Diego is going virtual this year with Comic-Con @ Home, and although the world's largest comic and pop culture convention in 2020 is not a personal event, Comic-Con still offers a lot of insight into the most expected films and TV series on the horizon.
Comic-Con @ Home was launched on Wednesday, July 22nd and offers more than 350 virtual panels that you can stream comfortably from home and on the display device of your choice. With so many panels, there is a lot of new information for fans. So we've looked through all the announcements to bring you the best trailers and clips released so far. We will update this article during the five-day event as more movie and TV previews are released.
HBO's upcoming Lovecraft Country series promises to deal with the real horrors of the deep south of America in the 1950s with the supernatural terror of H.P. Lovecraft in an adaptation of Matt Ruff's novel of the same name from 2016. The latest trailer for Lovecraft Country does justice to this description with many horrors – both of human characters and of some very non-human elements.
The new mutants
The X-Men spinoff The New Mutants has had a difficult road to the screen, but hopefully this trip will be over soon, and 20th Century Studios hope to get people excited about the film that will finally make it to the cinemas. At the end of the film's comic-con panel (around the 24:20 mark in the video above), the entire first scene of the film was shown, as well as a compilation of exciting and scary scenes from the film bordering on spoilers' territory – so look to be warned.
Bill & Ted face the music
Orion Pictures launched Comic-Con with the announcement that Bill & Ted Face the Music would be released on demand and in theaters on the same day (September 1st). This news was accompanied by a new trailer for the film, which brings Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter back as the title-giving, time-traveling slacker saviors of the universe.
Star Trek: lower decks
We finally have our first look at Star Trek: Lower Decks, the upcoming cartoon series in the Star Trek universe created by Rick & Morty author Mike McMahan. The Lower Decks Comic-Con preview makes it clear that this is not a cartoon for children, but for all adults who have ever wondered who has a duty to clear up the mess that Starfleet leaves behind.
The first trailer for Amazon Studios & # 39; Utopia made its debut during the show's Comic-Con panel, introducing audiences to the conspiratorial story of a group of comic book fans who find their favorite series predicting terrible threats to the Humanity has become worryingly accurate. The series comes from award-winning screenwriter Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl, Sharp Objects) and will premiere this fall.
His Dark Materials, Season 2
The first season of His Dark Materials was a hit for HBO, and now fans of the adaptation of Philip Pullman's saga have their first glimpse of where the next season of the show Lyra (Dafne Keen) and Lee Scoresby (Lin-Manuel Miranda) will take ), Mrs. Coulter (Ruth Wilson) and Lord Asriel (James McAvoy) among others. Apparently new worlds and new dangers await.
The boys, season 2
There have been many shocking moments in season one of The Boys, so it's fitting that the season 2 clip that debuted during the show's Thursday panel isn't for squeamish people. The ultraviolet, disrespectful series from Amazon Studios returns on September 4th. Now that it's been extended for a third season, fans can look forward to even more chaos.
Nick Frost and Simon Pegg meet again for this original Amazon Studios series, which follows a group of paranormal part-time investigators who uncover a conspiracy that could lead to the end of the world. During the comic-con panel of the show, Amazon premiered the first trailer for the show, which starts in the fall.