Sunday Scoop Comic-Con Edition – 7.20.13

  • Marvel has has revealed that the sequel to last year’s The Avengers will be Age of Ultron! For those of you wondering how closely the movie will follow the comic arc, Kevin Feige provided some vague clarification to Empire Magazine.
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Image via Marvel
  • Tom Hiddleston Loki showed up at Hall H to introduce Thor: The Dark World, and thanks to Midgardian recording technology, you can see his monologue for yourself!
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Concept art for “Thor: The Dark World” and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”.
Images via Marvel
  • News on Ant-Man was sparse in Hall H, but Edgar Wright and the cast of The World’s End was on hand to provide some laughs and information on the upcoming August release.
  • It was a big day for fans of Star-Lord and company, with casting rumors confirmed, footage shown, and concept art released during Saturday’s Guardians of the Galaxy panel.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” concept art by Charlie Wen unveiled at Comic-Con.
Image via Marvel
  • Check out some cool new teaser posters for You’re Next, Oldboy, Insidious 2, and Godzilla.
  • We had some photos of Jamie Foxx as The Amazing Spider-Man 2’s Electro in last week’s scoop, but this week fans got a new video teaser!
  • You can also check out a recap of Saturday’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 panel.
  • Get the details on the upcoming Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt action flick, Edge of Tomorrow.
Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise in “Edge of Tomorrow”.
Image via The Hollywood Gossip
  • Lionsgate unveiled a new trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
  • Panels for Kick-Ass 2 and Riddick brought some well-received action and insight into the upcoming releases.
  • The Kickstarter-funded Veronica Mars movie is well on its way, bearing footage and a full cast at Comic-Con.
  • Warner Bros. updated the crowd on the upcoming Lego Movie, and it was announced that Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, and Cobie Smulders would be joining the cast as Superman, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman, respectively.
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Lego Movie promises to be a film that hosts both humor and a colorful cast of characters.
Image via io9
  • Catch up on the latest from the Ender’s Game and Divergent panels.
  • And finally, Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity, with its outer space setting and two-person cast, provided Hall H something different than the usual blockbuster fare.

What are your thoughts on all the big movie news that’s been coming out from Comic-Con? What upcoming releases are you most excited for? Sound off in the comments below!

About Isabel Hsu

Isabel is a film student, comic book lover, movie theater addict, Boston sports fanatic, poster print hoarder, and pop culture junkie. She's also probably shorter than you. Twitter: @isabelhsu_.

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