Right through a Disney press tournament selling ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ that Looper attended, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige showed that the studio will make an look at this yr’s San Diego Comic-Con. “We will be at Comic-Con subsequent month, which we are serious about,” Feige stated. “[It’ll be the] first time since we had been on degree there 3 years in the past.” The Marvel Studios boss added, “We are excited to cross and communicate in regards to the long term.”
As used to be up to now discussed, many of the tasks that Marvel devoted its 2019 panel to discussing have since been launched. That implies no matter bulletins the studio makes at this yr’s SDCC will most probably focal point on upcoming Marvel tasks that it has remained moderately tight-lipped about, together with “Black Panther: Wakanda Perpetually,” “Ant-Guy and the Wasp: Quantumania,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” and “Implausible 4.” The plot and solid main points for all the ones motion pictures had been stored below tight wraps, however with “Black Panther: Wakanda Perpetually” scheduled to hit theaters this November, it sort of feels secure to suppose that Marvel could have to disclose, on the very least, some secrets and techniques about its upcoming motion pictures and TV presentations at SDCC subsequent month.
The studio may just rather well use this yr’s SDCC to transparent up one of the vital confusion relating to how its upcoming “Black Panther” sequel will deal with the demise of Chadwick Boseman, or it might be offering some perception into the position Jonathan Majors’ Kang the Conqueror will play in “Ant-Guy and the Wasp: Quantumania.” Moreover, if the studio in point of fact needs to create a worthy follow-up to its 2019 panel, it might even disclose information about some unannounced tasks.
All of which is to say that any bulletins Marvel makes at this yr’s SDCC will invariably be offering some much-needed perception into the way forward for the MCU.