Comic-Con International 2015 in San Diego returned with loads of excitement for the film lovers where lots of exciting trailers, photos, footages and announcements were launched. Though Marvel Studios, Paramount and Sony decided to give up their presence at the annual festival, yet this festival offers good opportunity for the trusty bootleggers to capture footage of significant announcements.
Without much upheaval, here is the list of six things that happened in Comic-Con 2015.
- In the film “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” Gal Gadot is casted as Wonder Woman. In the four-minute trailer of the film, a glimpse of the beautiful actress is seen. She appears very alluring and tough in that few seconds only.
- Hugh Jackman, the hero of the upcoming movie “Wolverine 3,” took over the stage and said, “I’ve got three words for you guys – Old Man Logan. Read into that what you will.” This is a reference of Max Miller’s comic book series where the supervillains have won and Logan is a poor old man. This statement of Hugh Jackman shows that the fans’ prayers have been heard finally and a film is going to be made with an implicit confirmation that “Wolverine 3” will follow this arc.
- The “Star Wars” panel finally announced that Domhnall Gleeson will be playing the role of General Hux and Gleeson himself proclaimed that the character is “evil” and also announced that he will be the commander of the so-called “Starkiller Base.”
- A classic comic book character Zoom is going to be the villain for the Flash TV series. Warner Bros made this announcement with a recap video of season one showing “Zoom is coming.”
- NBC dropped a three minute trailer of the show titled “Heroes Reborn” at Comic-Con that includes one fan-baiting tease, showing the return of Hiro Nakamura. “Heroes Reborn” will hit the theaters on Sept. 24, 2015.
- Last but not the least, the R-Rated trailer of “Deadpool” dropped at Comic-Con convinced most of the fans that it is going to be a hilarious movie that they are waiting for.
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