Posted on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013 by Peter Sciretta
ABC sneak premiered the pilot episode of Marvel’s The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. You can read my reaction, get some details, and even learn some spoilery bits (if you’re into that) as well as watch the panel discussion.
Trask Industries gave us our first look at a Sentinel head from X-Men: Days of Future Past. Flanking it were posters offering a taste of the anti-mutant sentiment that led Trask to design these killing machines in the first place.
Other announcements and releases at the Con:
- The Avengers star Cobie Smulders was announced as the first actress to play Wonder Woman in a big screen movie… in ‘The Lego Movie’ Also, Green Lantern will be voiced by Jonah Hill.
- Lionsgate Films released a new trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
- Footage from Alfanso Cuaron‘s ‘Gravity’ thrilled Comic-Con with intense long takes and Sandra Bullock. Read about the footage and the panel.
- The team behind the Veronica Mars movie kickstarted their panel in Hall H and even uploaded the trailer online for all the Marshmallows to watch.
- ‘RoboCop’ Panel Recap: OCP Peddles a Killing Machine With a Conscience
- ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 Premiere Trailer: More Violence, Heightened Stakes and Comic-Con
- ‘Kick-Ass 2? unleashed an Extended Red Band Trailer Plus read our Panel Coverage
- Vin Diesel teased Big News on the Marvel Studios Front later and released a new extended red-band trailer for Riddick.
- Showtime revealed plans to release Dexter: The Complete Series Will Be Released In a very cool Blood Slide Collector’s Set
- Shailene Woodley Proved Her Bravery in First Footage From ‘Divergent’
- The ‘Ender’s Game’ Comic-Con Panel Turned Into the Harrison Ford Comedy Hour
- Watch the ‘Sherlock’ Panel Introduction From Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch
- Angie and Russ give their thoughts on the pilot episode of the JJ Abrams-produced robot cop tv series Almost Human
- Check out some Photos from The ‘Ender’s Game’ Fan Experience
- Warner Bros showed off costumes from Doug Liman‘s ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ on the Comic Con show floor.