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Disney’s Marvel Studios & Warner Bros DC Films To Skip San Diego Comic-Con@Home

Nothing beats trotting out your theatrical movie slate with stars earlier than a live-audience of 6,5K roaring attendees on the San Diego Convention Center’s Hall H. As such, it shouldn’t come as a shock to listen to that Disney’s Marvel Studios movies and MCU sequence gained’t be placing in an look throughout the digital version of Comic-Con, nor will Warner Bros.’ DC movies.

We’re nonetheless ready to listen to if Sony’s Marvel titles, Spider-Man: No Way Home (which is technically a Disney co-production), Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Morbius will make any form of on-line splash with SDCC.

For Warner Bros., it reps their third year in a row that the studio’s movie division is skipping Comic-Con. The final time Warner Bros. function studio was in San Diego  was July 2018 with Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins who supplied up an early peek at Wonder Woman 1984.

With Marvel absorbing all of the lime gentle in 2019 with the big announcement of their section 4 options and Disney+ sequence plans, with arguably each single top-notch cast member in tow from Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Black Widow, WandaVision and extra, Warners opted to move to Brazil’s Comic-Con in December of that year to rally Wonder Woman 1984 and Birds of Prey. 

On the TV side, Warner Bros. TV’s could have DC’s Legends of Tomorrow taking part at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con@Home. Also, phrase is the DC Publishing division could have a presence at San Diego Comic-Con@Home.

Now, Warner Bros has their DC FanDome occurring once more on Oct. 16 for the second-year in a row. Last year, they held a digital presentation of their DC TV reveals and movies, together with teasers and cast panels for Batman, Black Adam, WW1984 and Justice League: The Snyder Cut. Still TBD if Fandome might be in-person. In current years, Warners has additionally launched fanboy stuff at movie festivals i.e. The Joker blasted off on the 2019 Venice Film Festival and TIFF, and the studio’s Legendary sci-fi function Dune will do the identical this year.

Given the pandemic, this would be the second year that Marvel’s a no-go at San Diego Comic-Con. Disney has been benefiting from its Investor Days, the final being in December to shoot their wares out of a cannon.

The live version of San Diego Comic-Con might be Nov. 26-28, the post Thanksgiving body. It’s nonetheless early, so we’ll see if both Marvel Studios or Warner Bros. reveals up then.  When reached Warner Bros. and Disney’s Marvel offered no remark.

San Diego Comic-Con@Home runs July 23-25.

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