Comic-Con 2019 (A couch surfers highlights)

San Diego Comic Con celebrated it’s 50th year as the highlight of the pop culture calendar this year.

Still trying to catch up with all the news from the con? We break down our highlights for you:

Ahead of Comic Con – we got to see the Trailer for Jay and Silent Bob Reboot and at his annual Hall H panel writer/director Kevin Smith spoke about re-uniting with Ben Affleck and also his new hopes for a revival of the Clerks Animated series and Clerks 3.

On Thursday night the annual ScareDiego event didn’t disappoint – with the release of the final trailer for IT: Chapter Two

New Halloween sequels were also announced over the weekend.

Perhaps the most anticipated panel of the year – the Marvel Studios panel saw them announce the first slated films & TV shows which will make up the beginning Phase 4 of the MCU

There was lots of news for Trekkies with a panel covering Star Trek Discovery, the debut of the trailer for Spin-off series Picard and a first look at animated series Lower Decks

For Batman fans there were many celebrations of the 80th Anniversary of the caped crusader – including a special 20th anniversary panel for the Batman Beyond series where they announced a new complete BluRay set.

Terminator was back at comic con with a special panel for Terminator – Dark Fate with attendees including director Tim Miller and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton.

Hollywood a-lister Tom Cruise made a surprise appearance in Hall H to promote Top Gun 2

Thanks for checking out our couch surfers comic-con highlights. See you the same time next year!

We will be covering London Film & Comic Con 2019 in person next weekend so look out for out coverage.

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