San Diego Comic-Con 2020 is finally online and fans are going all nuts! This time it is called Comic-Con@Home. This year the event is happening remotely in the wake of coronavirus pandemic. Hundreds of panels will collaborate and work in coherence to bring us the best experience ever.
They are working very hard to do justice to the four-day pop-culture mega-event. Many new trailers are launched online and more are piling up. This article is all about the Comic-Con 2020. Here are some trailers of the best film and TV at Comic-Con 2020.
Comic-Con 2020: Trailers and Synopsis Below!
For All Mankind
Release date: TBA 2020 (Apple TV+)
Brought to you by Battlestar Galactica creator, alternate history space race saga is set to return for its second run. Ronald D. Moore’s For All Mankind will plow deeper into Cold War-era tensions between Americans and the Soviets. Additionally, it will exploit the nation’s drive to dominate the Solar System.
Rick and Morty
Release date: TBA (Netflix)
Dan Harmon had promised Rick and Morty fans that they won’t have wait for too long for Season 5. The creators have kept their word and Rick and Morty Season 5 seems to be just around the corner. Watch the Comic-Con@Home released trailer below!
Release date: October 16 (Hulu)
Marvel Studios brings to you another one of its masterpieces. Helstrom is based on Marvel Comics and created by an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. alum. At first glance, it shows a lack of connection to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But, this might be their way to expose their entire new world.
The Walking Dead
Release date: October 4 (Disney+ Hotstar)
The long-running zombie horror series was originally going to release in April. The coronavirus pandemic disrupted the scheduled and now The Walking Dead Season 10 is on for October. AMC has added six more episodes to Season 10. So, what’s exactly in store for us? Catch out the electrifying trailer and many more details below. (The trailer starts at 1:29 minutes)
Release date: August 17 (Disney+ Hotstar)
Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams join forces to expose the horrors of racism in the 1950s Jim Crow laws-driven the southern USA. Lovecraft Country is an adaptation of Matt Ruff’s 2016 eponymous book.
Release date: September 4 (Amazon Prime Video)
As the trailer has already been out, The Boys makers released a one-minute scene from the series. In the video, the titular group is at sea dealing with a bunch of whales controlled by the Deep (Chace Crawford). Much to our expectation, Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) and Co. pick the goriest route out possible.
The New Mutants
Release date: August 28 (Cinemas)
X-Men horror spin-off is all hits already! The below video features a voice-over from illusion-creator Dani (Blu Hunt) and a disaster of sorts. Watch Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, and Henry Zaga talk about the movie below. The trailer starts at the 24:12 mark.
Bill & Ted Face the Music
Release date: 2020 (Cinemas)
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter return nearly three decades later for the franchise’s third part. The duo travels to the future to steal the song from their future counterparts. As you can imagine, things don’t go as planned and they are caught in a mess. On the other hand, their daughters are exploring time traveling of their own.
His Dark Materials
Release date: Autumn 2020 (Disney+ Hotstar)
His Dark Materials season 2 one minute trailer is a full package. Lyra Belacqua (Dafne Keen) team-ups with Will Parry (Amir Wilson). Magisterium is hunting her, and Lee Scoresby (Lin-Manuel Miranda) is disappointed that he failed to keep Lyra safe. Also, a knife that gives the second His Dark Materials book its name is also shown.
Release date: Autumn 2020 (Amazon Prime Video)
Gillian Flynn, the writer of Gone Girl and Sharp Objects, brings to you another British original, Utopia. John Cusack, Rainn Wilson, and Sasha Lane lead the cast of this adaptation. The story revolves around a group of comic book fans. They discover that everything in the titular comic — a massive government conspiracy involving biological warfare and the possible end of the world — is real!
Wizards: Tales of Arcadia
Release date: August 7 (Netflix)
Executive producer Guillermo del Toro is all set to wrap up his trilogy is a thrilling way. Douxie (Colin O’Donoghue) will lead the supernatural heroes to fight their supernatural enemies. Their time-bending adventure will take them back to medieval Camelot.
Stay tuned and keep reading for more updates!