Posted on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013 by Peter Sciretta
20th Century Fox surprised fans by having director Bryan Singer introduce the entire cast of his 2014 sequel, X-Men: Days of Future Past: Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, James McAvoy, Ellen Page, Michael Fassbender, Ian McKellen, Jennifer Lawrence and Peter Dinklage sat on a the panel and talked about the footage but now, thanks to the magic of the internet, you can watch the whole thing yourself.
AMC premiered the first scene for the final season premiere of Breaking Bad. Things I had expected we’d be waiting five or six episodes to find out are revealed in this awesome cold opening. Germain Lussier has a description of the scene for those spoiler addicts who can not wait. Germain also compiled a list of the 12 Things We Learned About ‘Breaking Bad‘ At the Comic-Con Panel; Plus a Recap Video And info on the new ‘Talking Bad‘ tv show
Marvel Studios kicked our ass with footage from Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy. You can watch the whole /Film team geek out about the footage in our post panel video blog reaction. You can watch the entire Marvel panel (sans copy-written footage) here. Or if you want to read a recap of the footage presented, Germain has a write-up of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Angie has a write-up for the batshit crazy Guardians of the Galaxy footage,
Green skies, a barren desert. Close up on a pair of eyes, and a slow pan down to a huge sword. Legendary Entertainment surprised Hall H with a teaser trailer for their World of Warcraft big screen movie Warcraft. Read about the test footage/comic con teaser trailer.
Legendary Entertainment tore up San Diego with a big green monster named Godzilla. At an offsite event, Legendary recreated a Tokyo street inside a warehouse. The “Godzilla Encounter” experience was like a Universal Studios attraction, letting you feel the experience of a Godzilla attack. Watch Peter and Germain recount their adventure seeing Godzilla stomp by them from the 26th floor of an office building. Awesome marketing. At the Saturday morning Warner Bros panel they screened an early Comic Con exclusive teaser trailer which gave us our first real look at footage from the movie. Read about that and our reaction here.