Marvel Studios has had a steady presence at San Diego Comic-Con in recent years, but factors such as the global pandemic have spoiled the studio’s plans to showcase its gorgeous Hall H once again. Despite this, Marvel is still finding ways to announce significant developments and new projects by showing them at Disney Investor Day 2020 and Disney Day+ in 2021, both of which are virtual events.
During the studio’s last appearance at SDCC in 2019, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige sparked a huge hit by showing off their Phase 4 slate, revealing projects like WandaVision, the hawk and the winter soldierAnd the Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness. The 90-minute panel was packed with notable actors and directors, including Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Simo Liu and many more.
Now, after a three-year absence, Marvel is set to make a triumphant return at this year’s SDCC.
Marvel Studios Confirms San Diego Comic-Con 2022 Panel
During the global virtual press conference of Thor: Love and ThunderMarvel Studios president Kevin Feige has confirmed that the studio will have a presence at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, which will run from Thursday, July 21 to Sunday, July 24. This marks the studio’s first appearance at a pop culture event since 2019.
When asked if fans can expect major announcements, Feige said they should, exasperated that they would. “Talking about the future” From MCU:
Yeah, you can. Yeah, we’ll be at Comic-Con next month, and we’re excited about it. First time since we’ve been on stage there. [since] Three years ago I talked about this movie and others. And now, I think almost everything we discussed three years ago has now been released. So yeah, we’re excited to go and talk about the future.”
Feige also touched on their strategy when it comes to planning future projects:
“We always look forward to the next five or ten years [there’s always] Changes and twists and turns, but that’s usually as far away as we go and then we start building it.”
on twitter, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 And the Galaxy Holiday’s Special Guardians Director James Jan subscriber His reaction to the news by tweeting “Oh yes?,” It is apparently being hinted that he and some cast members could appear in Hall H.
Modernization: collider Stephen Weintraub We shared that Marvel’s Hall H panel will be on Saturday night. The film insider also revealed that the studio is “get big” And they will be “Only bring one movie”, Which can end up being Black Panther: Wakanda Forever:
“I’ve been sitting on #MarvelStudios coming to Comic_Con for over a month. The panel was Saturday night at Hall H. They heard they were going big and then heard they were only bringing one movie. If it was one movie, I’d bet on it #BlackPantherWakandaForever. Not sure what they’ve already decided” .
What do you expect from Marvel in SDCC
Having Marvel Studios in Hall H this year means there will be huge announcements, but what exactly these updates are has yet to be revealed.
Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige has already been annoyed “People will start to see where this next epic story is headed,” And that within the next few months, the public will be able to see a file “Little more than the roadmap.” Having said that, it’s reasonable to assume that some or even all of this teasing will happen during Hall H, which means fans should tune in to see what’s in the cards for the next MCU saga.
Aside from the major announcements from Marvel at SDCC 2019, the studio also revealed a bunch of updates at D23 that same year, such as announcing Black Panther: Wakanda Forever First look at eternity Cast in fashion. Since the 2022 D23 agreement is also expected to include Marvel Studios, Marvel likely won’t reveal every piece of the MCU puzzle, but they can still bring out the big guns.
From the possible start of Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverTeaser trailer to have a look at first secret invasionThere are many options for Marvel to drop the house. MCU’s Official Casting Announcements The Fantastic Four The film can also be revealed, taking a special look at Strong woman It may also be released.
Based on the trend of previous Hall H panels from the studio, it seems reasonable that Marvel will show its announcements at 7:00 PM ET on Saturday, July 23. If all goes according to plan, it could mean another 90-minute panel, similar to the SDCC 2019 presentation, could be on the cards, too.
Overall, the MCU has a bright future, and it’s only a matter of time before fans can figure out how everything is connected.