The best San Diego Comic-Con 2022 trailers: Black Panther, John Wick and more
Comic-Con is a hectic event, and that’s true even if you’re just trying to follow from home. There are so many signs and announcements that it can be difficult to see everything. This was definitely the case for this year’s edition. Despite some notable absences — there wasn’t really any news on Breakup season 2, unfortunately – it still included everything from a revelation to the Dungeons & Dragons movie for a more in-depth look at Amazon’s point of view the Lord of the Rings. We also received some star wars casting news, Marvel’s animated slate info, MCU Phase 5 (and Phase 6!) timeline, new one confirmed daredevil series, and oh so many zombies.
But the fun part is the trailers – and we’ve rounded up the best ones here for you to catch up on.
Wick jeans 4
Mr. Wick is back for a fourth try, and the first trailer for John Wick 4 (or possibly just John Wick— the title is unclear) shows that the professional hitman has not lost a step. You’ll have to wait a bit to see it though, as it’s not due out until March 2023. In other Keanu Reeves news, Netflix also confirmed that the production of the two season anime BRZRKRwhich will star Reeves, started at famed anime studio Production IG
Shazam! Fury of the gods
Quite possibly the silliest superhero blockbuster returns with Fury of the godswhich has a wonderful new villain and should hit theaters in time for Christmas.
Elsewhere in the DC Universe, we also got another glimpse of black adam, which stars Dwayne Johnson as a being “with the almighty powers of the old gods” who must choose whether to use them for good or evil. (Looks like he chose evil.) It hits theaters October 21.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
Amazon can’t stop showing off its big-budget take on Middle-earth, and the SDCC trailer dives into both the beautiful sights and dark battles in the latest the Lord of the Rings adaptation. The series is set to debut on Prime Video in September.
Marvel kicked off their live presentation with a longer look at She-Hulkits next big MCU series, which seeks to bring a lighter tone to the MCU when it releases on Disney Plus on August 17.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Perhaps the most touching trailer of all of this year’s Comic-Con was the first look at Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which hits theaters in November. The first clip from the film features a first look at Atlantis and a preview of the upcoming Black Panther.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Thieves
The J&D the universe gets star power in the first trailer for honor among thieves. The clip has a lot of J&D staples and, if nothing else, it looks like everyone is having a lot of fun. It will hit theaters next March.
Star Trek: Picard
There was a lot of news about star trek at Comic-Con. In addition to a new trailer full of nostalgia for season 3 of picardwe also learned of a surprise crossover between Strange new worlds and Lower decks.
National Treasure: Edge of History
A teaser in the strongest sense of the word, our first look at the national treasure The spinoff on Disney Plus is mostly a chance to see new star Lisette Olivera in costume. The series doesn’t have a premiere date, but it’s expected to be released “soon”.
Teen Wolf: The Movie
The Teen Wolf The film picks up where the 2011 series left off, and while it doesn’t yet have a release date, it should start streaming on Paramount Plus soon.
This one debuted technically just before Comic-Con, but it’s still worth watching again if only for another look at these blonde wigs. The series arrives on HBO in August.
The sand man
Netflix showed off our best look yet The sand man, the streaming service’s ambitious adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s iconic graphic novel. The series begins airing on August 5.
I am Groot
Groot may not have much to say, but he’ll still star in a series of five animated shorts, coming to Disney Plus on August 10 – and the first trailer for the collection has made its way. SDCC debut.
Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil’s Dinosaur
Marvel showed off the proper first look at the adorable Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaurwhich is set to arrive on both Disney Channel and Disney Plus in 2023.
Tales of the Living Dead and…The Walking Dead
yet another Walking Dead the spectacle drags on our way: the Tales of the Living Dead follows six different characters through the land of the living dead and premieres on AMC on August 14. Not enough zombies? Well we also have the final trailer for the main one Walking Dead series, which returns on October 2, and confirmation of another spin-off coming in 2023.
Dragon Ball Super: Super heroes
The last dragonball the theatrical release is very soon, with a North American premiere on August 19 – and the new trailer gives fans an idea of the action-packed spectacle they can expect.
Barbaric is a horror movie that seems to tap into the fears of anyone who’s ever stayed at an Airbnb. It will be released in theaters on September 9.
There are a lot of adult comedy anime series right now, and what makes Little demon stand out is that it features Danny DeVito as Satan, which feels like an inspired choice. It will stream on Hulu starting August 25.
The Dragon Prince
Netflix has confirmed that a fourth season of The Dragon Prince was on the way earlier this year, and at Comic-Con the company unveiled a new clip that shows more of the intriguing storyline. Season 4 of The Dragon Prince will start streaming in November.
Interview with the Vampire
AMC showed its views on Anne Rice Interview with the Vampire, a new series starring Jacob Anderson, Sam Reid, Bailey Bass and Eric Bogosian. It will be presented on October 2.
The third (and final) season of Apple TV Plus’ See arrives next month, and the Comic-Con trailer focuses on a devastating new weapon that could completely shape its post-apocalyptic future. Season 3 begins airing on August 26.