Comic-Con: Watch All of the TV & Movies Trailers as they make their debut
By: Xiro Xone News Staff July 18, 2018 Updated: 7:14 PM PT
We rounded up all of the trailers that have begin to debut at SDCC through the four-day geek gathering.
With a host of television shows and movies paneling at the massive comic pop culture convention, fans are on the edge of the seats to get a seek peak of their favorite tv shows and movies.
With CBS All Access which launched last year and DC's forthcoming SVOD service DC Universe that will debut this fall, have pulled out the big guns as the event in recent years has become marketing paradise for networks and studios.
(This story will be updated as each new trailer is released throughout the weekend.)
‘AQUAMAN’ After their success with Wonder Woman Warner Bros. Pictures’ live-action superhero universe continues it’s growth with Aquaman . The first trailer for the film premiered during the studio’s crowded, two-hour panel.
‘FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD’ Warner Bros. Pictures its panel give a first look at Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and the next installment of the Harry Potter big-screen universe.
‘SHAZAM’ (Warner Brothers Studios) During the panel Warner Bros. also revealed the first trailer for Shazam!, another upcoming superhero film set within its live-action DC Comics superhero universe. The film follows a young boy who gains the ability to turn into a powerful hero with magical abilities and is based on DC’s long-standing hero, Captain Marvel (aka Shazam).
The Orville/Family Guy (Fox) Seth MacFarlane had double duty hosting both Family Guy and The Orville panels and giving fans a first-look at trailers for season 17 and season two of the Fox favorites.
Titans (DC Universe) The first look at what to expect from DC Comics' upcoming subscription service DC Universe arrives in Titans. The drama, from executive producer Greg Berlanti, follows a group of young soon-to-be superheroes recruited from every corner of the DC universe.
Star Trek: Discovery (CBS All Access) Showrunner Alex Kurtzman dropped big news for Star Trek fans at the convention when he announced that Spock will appear in season two of Discovery season two will also feature new regular Anson Mount as Commander Christopher Pike. The second season Star Trek Discovery debuts January 2019.
Marvel’s Iron Fist (Netflix) After Iron Fist’s first season which received strong criticism, many are hoping for a change in the second season, which premieres September 7, promises a war — and a Danny Rand who is determined to stop it.
Young Justice: Outsiders (DC Universe) Five years after it was canceled which caused in uproar from fans, Young Justice is returning for a third season on the soon-to-launch DC streaming service which is expected to premiere in 2019.
Glass The highly anticipated follow-up to M. Knight Shyamalan’s 2017 hit Split also serves as a link to his critically acclaimed film Unbreakable.
Walking Dead (AMC) Season nine of the long-running zombie drama premieres Oct. 7.
Doctor Who (BBC America) Actress Jodie Whittaker made her first public appearance as the first female Doctor in the franchise's 55-year history. Whittaker unveiled the official trailer which is set to debuts in the fall.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Disney streaming service) Lucasfilm announced that the show will return on Disney's streaming service, set to launch in late 2019. The show will pick up where it left off when its initial run on Cartoon Network concluded in 2013.
Better Call Saul (AMC) The Breaking Bad prequel made its Comic-Con panel debut revealed the trailer for its fourth season which premieres Aug. 6.
Vikings (History) The second half of season five debuts Nov. 28 and will feature the return of Clive Standen as Rollo.