Watch: Definitive guide to all the trailers from Comic-Con 2019
As Comic-Con turns 50, this year will see new trailers and clips as from extension of old franchises and brand new titles
The year's biggest pop-cultural phenomenon, the San Diego Comic-Con 2019 has officially kicked off. The annual convention has become the go-to place for studios to drop new trailers and sneak previews of movies, television shows and games.
As Comic-Con turns 50, this year will see new trailers and clips as from extension of old franchises and brand new titles.
Here are all the best trailers from San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Check this post through the weekend for more updates and videos.
It: Chapter Two
The SDCC kicked off with a trailer from Stephen King novel adaptation. Warner Bros. debuted the final trailer for It: Chapter Two.
The film follows the life of the grown-up ‘losers' club’, who face off with the demonic clown, Pennywise, 27 years after the first attack.
It: Chapter Two will arrive in theatres on September 6.
Jay and Silent Bob reboot
A trailer for the Jay and Silent Bob Reboot was published online ahead of a Saturday panel at San Diego Comic-Con.
The movie reunites Kevin Smith with Jason Mewes. The cameo-filled film will see Jay and Silent Bob traversing the United States, in an attempt to prevent an ill-advised reboot of Bluntman and Chronic from becoming a reality.
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot will be in theatres on October 15.
Top Gun: Maverick
The biggest surprise from Day 1 was the arrival of Tom Cruise, who debuted the first look of Top Gun: Maverick.
Set 34 years after the events of the original film, Maverick follows Cruise's Peter Mitchell, who guides Goose's son, Bradley (Miles Teller), through pilot training.
Top Gun: Maverick will be in theatres in 2020.
Terminator: Dark Fate
This latest film fully ignores the events of the last Terminator movie, Terminator: Genisys, with Emilia Clarke which bombed with audiences and critics in 2015. Instead, Dark Fate picks up where James Cameron left off with Terminator 2: Judgment Day in 1991.
The R-rated movie from Deadpool director Tim Miller will star Arnold Schwarzenegger as the titular Terminator and bring Linda Hamilton’s iconic character Sarah Connor and Edward Furlong’s John Connor back into the fold.
His Dark Materials
Game of Thrones may have come to an end, but HBO has quite a lot of epic fantasy storytelling on the way -- including the long-awaited television adaptation of Phillip Pullman's His Dark Materials.
The series follows an alternate reality in which humans go through life alongside a daemon, a physical manifestation of the human soul. The series follows a young orphan named Lyra (Logan's Dafne Keen), who discovers a dangerous secret that leads her down a mysterious rabbit hole.
His Dark Materials will debut on HBO later this year.