San-Diego Comic-Con: We Have The Biggest News For You!

So what if you cannot be a part of San Diego Comic-Con 2020, keep up with us, and we will be your guide to every breaking news there. Traditionally speaking, SDCC is one of the most important events of the year for the entertainment industry. More than 130,000 people from all over the world come to attend the Comic-Con live. They mostly come to watch the trailers drop live and buy all the merchandised goods.

Unlike every year, 2020’s Comic-Con has been canceled due to the sudden outbreak of the Corona Virus Pandemic. Such large gatherings are not safe at the moment. Although the Annual Conventions canceled all the celebrations, but the organizers quickly set up a new event titled Comic-Con@Home.

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What will be so special about this year’s Comic-Con?

The best part about this is, all the panels are available free on the Comic-Con website. Now, this gives the participants a chance to select the groups of their choice and create their schedules. Also, the fans can watch all the star-studded events just by subscribing to the official Comic-Con YouTube channel for free.

Also, some of the panels have interactive elements to them, which promise to add a new dimension to the experience. With SDCC 2020 being available to all, it is an excellent opportunity for everybody to join in and enjoy the event that they have usually only read about afterward.

Will every big studio be a part of this year’s Panel as usual?

It is also true that many of the heavy-hitters like the Marvel Studios have chosen to skip the 2020 Comic-Con. But, this is partly because marketing schedules are in chaos right now. Also, there are still over 350 panels this year.

Another critical piece of information about the event is, while some of these will be staying online afterward, some will be swiftly taken down. So, you may have a chance of missing it, mainly because of the time lap.

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SDCC is still up for some significant Trailer drops

Although many film studios pulled out of SDCC 2020, but there were some exceptions. This time, a lot of panels focused on TV shows as well. As a result, there were significant trailer drops, including:

A full trailer for Bill & Ted Face the Music, confirming the movie will release at theaters and on VOD on September 1, 2020.

The opening scenes for Fox’s New Mutants, with an extended trailer.

A first look trailer at Walking Dead: World Beyond, whose upcoming spinoff unfortunately delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

An official trailer for Fear The Walking Dead season 6, confirming the show’s return in October.

A gross clip from The Boys season 2 is releasing in which the “heroes” impale a whale with a ship.

A new trailer for His Dark Materials season 2, which will continue Lyra’s quest.

A first look of Utopia, Amazon’s conspiracy thriller show.

A first trailer for Helstrom, Hulu’s supernatural horror, which is loosely inspired by Marvel Comics.

Also, a first look at Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s Truth Seekers.

Stay safe and keep reading for more updates.

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