Thor, Captain America, Spider-Man And Robocop Coming To Comic-Con In A Big Way: Plus Two Thor Images Released

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comic conIt’s the most wonderful time of the year, at least for nerds like us. Comic-Con is just a few weeks away and all the biggest comic book movies will be presenting the goods during their respective panels. Today we get word on a few of the big boys who will be making a splash at this year’s convention.

As you can see from the Tweets below, Marvel is taking Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier to the show and will take over the biggest venue, Hall H. Borys Kit from The Hollywood Reporter also says that at least on of Marvel‘s mystery movies will be revealed. We know about Ant-Man and Doctor Strange, so it sounds like their announcement really will be a surprise. Maybe it’s the long rumored Black Panther movie? Who knows, but we’ll find out shortly.

 

In related news, The Wrap revealed that Sony will be taking The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and RoboCop to Comic-Con on July 19th. Those films will also be in the coveted Hall H. Marc Webb, Andrew Garfield, Jamie Foxx and Dane DeHaan will take part in the Spidey panel. RoboCop will bring director Jose Padilha and stars Joel Kinnaman, Abbie Cornish, and Samuel L. Jackson (I expect he may pop over to Marvel‘s shindig as well).

So there you go. We can expect news and maybe even a little footage from some of the highly anticipated movies of this year and next. As an added bonus, check out two still images from Thor: The Dark World that recently found their way online below. One features Anthony Hopkins as Odin with a quote relating to the darkness brought about by Malekith from the film’s first trailer. It was released on the official Facebook page for the film. The second (via FlicksAndBits) shows off Rene Russo and Natalie Portman as Frigga and Jane Foster in the halls of Asgard. What do you think of the panel news? What are you hopping to see and hear?

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