Things We Saw Today: Every New Trailer You Might’ve Missed From Comic-Con
Plus exciting casting announcements!
There are a LOT of trailers that get released as part of San Diego Comic-Con (got to build the hype, after all, the hype!) and since it might have been easy for you to miss out on some of them, we decided to use today’s TWST to round up all those pesky trailers into one place so you can check them out for yourself. Marvel gave us a new Doctor Strange trailer last night (this one gave even Benedict Cumberbatch some chills!), and you can check out some of the other new trailers below (Justice League and Wonder Woman are available to watch here).
- Suicide Squad! This version of the trailer comes complete with way more feels than I was expecting to have, and also much more Will Smith (not that I’m complaining).
- Kong: Skull Island is, frankly, a movie I didn’t even know existed until I saw this trailer, but it stars Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson (a.k.a. your new Captain Marvel), Samuel L. Jackson and John Goodman–oh, and Kong, obvs.
- King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is a Arthurian retelling directed by Guy Ritchie, and judging by the trailer it’s going to peak Guy Ritchie.
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them! The one thing that stuck out to me the most is that there appears to be a shot of a freed house elf sitting in a speakeasy and looking fabulous.
- If you thought LEGO Batman was the best part of The LEGO Movie then you’re in luck; there’s a trailer for that too.
- Legion is a new Marvel series for FX in the works from the creator of Fargo, and it follows a very familiar character from the X-Men universe.
- On the casting front, Kurt Russell has been confirmed in the role of EGO, who will also be Star-Lord’s father. (via Collider)
- And even though Katie Cassidy’s Laurel may have departed Arrow, she just signed the same deal John Barrowman did to appear as a series regular on the CW DC shows! Does that mean Laurel will be back in some form? (via Screenrant)
Did you see any more fantastic trailers and footage this weekend? Share them in the comments!
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