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Comic-Con: Marvel Offers First Look at 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

Comic-Con: Marvel Offers First Look at 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

Marvel gave the crowd a first look at a clip from Avengers: Age of Ultron during its Saturday panel in Hall H, a presentation that had the nearly 7,000 fans in the room on their feet several times in an atmosphere that bordered on pandemonium.

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Comic-Con: 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Hitting Theaters in 2017

Comic-Con: 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Hitting Theaters in 2017

There's more Guardians of the Galaxy on the way.

Marvel ended its Hall H panel Saturday announcing the date for Guardians of the Galaxy 2, a sequel to the space adventure that opens next week.

In a mock video showing star Chris Pratt and director James Gunn, the release date was revealed to be July 27, 2017.

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Comic-Con: Marvel Unveils Corey Stoll's 'Ant-Man' Villain

Comic-Con: Marvel Unveils Corey Stoll's 'Ant-Man' Villain

Ant-Man got its big reveal to the world in a rock and roll Marvel panel on Saturday. 

Corey Stoll's villain for the film was unveiled — it's Darren Cross, Yellowjacket. Meanwhile, Evangeline Lilly was officially confirmed as a lead in the film. (In January, the Lost actress had been in talks to join the film.)

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Comic-Con: 'Gotham' Launches Fan Poster and Trailer Contests (Exclusive)

Comic-Con: 'Gotham' Launches Fan Poster and Trailer Contests (Exclusive)

Ahead of Saturday's Warner Bros. TV/DC Entertainment extravaganza at Comic-Con, Fox is making a big splash with a new Gotham campaign.

The network is asking fans to create their own Gotham poster and/or trailer with the grand-prize winners earning a trip to the New York City premiere party of the Batman prequel series, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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Comic-Con: Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez Want 'Sin City 3'

Comic-Con: Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez Want 'Sin City 3'

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For co-directors Frank Miller and Robert Rodriquez returned to Comic-Con ten years after debuting footage from the original film in San Diego.

According to Miller, the groundbreaking comic book creator of the series, he and Rodriguez already have thoughts for a third outing.

"Robert and I are already talking about Sin City 3," Miller told the crowd. "So you'd better show up for number two or they won't pay for it."

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Comic-Con: Marvel Unveils Three New 'Star Wars' Comic Book Series for 2015

Comic-Con: Marvel Unveils Three New 'Star Wars' Comic Book Series for 2015

Come January 2015, the Force will be with Marvel Entertainment. Not only is that the month when the publisher will release the first in a series of hardcover collections featuring Marvel's original Star Wars comics, published concurrently with the original trilogy, but it's also the month which launches a new line of Star Wars comic books, created by high-profile creators including Jason Aaron, Kieron Gillen and John Cassaday.

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Comic-Con: Stephen Colbert Kicks Off 'Hobbit' Panel

Comic-Con: Stephen Colbert Kicks Off 'Hobbit' Panel

It was hard to gauge what had a bigger impact on fans: Stephen Colbert coming out in Middle Earth costume to moderate The Hobbit panel or Warner Bros. trotting out Benedict Cumberbatch, Luke Evans, Elijah Wood and Cate Blanchett for Lord of the Rings fans. 

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Comic-Con: Legendary Sets King Kong Film 'Skull Island' for 2016

Comic-Con: Legendary Sets King Kong Film 'Skull Island' for 2016

Legendary has set King Kong film Skull Island for November 4, 2016.

It announced the film with a surprise teaser at the very end of its Hall H Comic-Con panel. Footage of an ancient island flashed on screen, with a voiceover comparing it to the very early days of the Earth. It was stormy, with lighting and glimpses of creatures.

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Comic-Con: Guillermo del Toro Wows With First Look at 'Crimson Peak'

Comic-Con: Guillermo del Toro Wows With First Look at 'Crimson Peak'

Guillermo del Toro pumped up the Hall H crowd with a first look at Crimson Peak.

"It's a gothic romance," he said, adding that Legendary allowed him to make it the way he wanted: R-rated, violent and beautiful.

Del Toro then showed the very first look at the film, still 18 months away from release. The creepy footage showed stars Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain and Charlie Hunnam slinking around an old Victorian mansion.

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Comic-Con: 'Fury Road' Director George Miller Talks 'Mad Max' Prequel, Mel Gibson

Comic-Con: 'Fury Road' Director George Miller Talks 'Mad Max' Prequel, Mel Gibson

While fan excitement was at a fever pitch for Batman v. Superman, the footage at the Fury Road presentation was among the most audacious shown at this year's Con and had fans rapt in silence.

Fury is Warner Bros. years in the making prequel to the Mad Max movies from Australian George Miller. The last movie was released in 1985 and all three of the projects starred Mel Gibson.

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Comic-Con: 'Godzilla 2' Monsters Revealed, 'Warcraft' Footage Teased (Video)

Comic-Con: 'Godzilla 2' Monsters Revealed, 'Warcraft' Footage Teased (Video)

Legendary's Thomas Tull kicked off the studio's Hall H panel with a little taste of the followup to Godzilla.

After introducing a video message from director Gareth Edwards, a teaser featuring stock historical footage and a voiceover from JFK revealed that there are more threats out there. The Comic-Con crowd went wild as three creature names flashed on screen, with grainy, old school footage of the Godzilla classics flashing on screen, along with their names: Rodan, Mothra and Ghidorah.

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Comic-Con: 'Walking Dead' Showrunner Challenges Superfan to Trivia Contest (Video)

Comic-Con: 'Walking Dead' Showrunner Challenges Superfan to Trivia Contest (Video)

Few people know AMC's The Walking Dead as well as showrunner Scott M. Gimple, but if there's any place to find someone who might, it's San Diego Comic-Con.

For the first episode of the Superfan vs. Showrunner series, The Hollywood Reporter headed to San Diego to track down one of zombie drama's biggest fans.

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Comic-Con: Wonder Woman First Photo Revealed

Comic-Con: Wonder Woman First Photo Revealed

Zack Snyder has revealed the first look at Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman on Saturday. The image shows the superhero ready for battle while standing in a volcanic landscape. 

Meanwhile, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gadot kicked off the Warner Bros. panel for Hall H with a bang and a teaser made just for the Comic-Con crowd.

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Comic-Con: Film Beats Theater 'Every Time' for Daniel Radcliffe

Comic-Con: Film Beats Theater 'Every Time' for Daniel Radcliffe

Despite the accolades he's received for his work on the stage, Daniel Radcliffe's heart is squarely in the film world, the actor told the Hall H Comic Con crowd Friday.

"Film is where I grew up," he said when asked by a fan which acting medium he preferred, adding he had been on film sets since he was 9 due to being cast in Harry Potter. "There is no greater place of comfort. … All the things my teachers hated about me were now assets.

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