In a galaxy not so far away, the Justice League will assemble alongside the Avengers to welcome The Walking Dead with a Death Note at the annual San Diego Comic Con event. The four-day event packed with film, television, gaming, cartoon and comic-book spoilers, updates and trailers begins on July 19 and fans of different genres throng the venue.
While fans who bought the tickets will put on their best cosplay for the event, the event organisers have not ruled out millions of other fans who couldn't get their tickets. To make the international Comic-Con event reach out to fans across the world, SDCC has arranged a watch from home experience from a few panel discussions that will give you a taste of the Comic-Con 2017.
So without delaying further, here's all you will need to know about the live streaming information:
First up, when is SDCC?
The maddening weekend starts on Wednesday, June 19 and concludes on June 23, Sunday evening. But the Wednesday premiere is a preview night for attendees and it begins at 6 pm. The evening affair teases fans on what to expect from the long weekend of cinematic pleasures.
The events on Thursday, Friday and Saturday run all day long whereas the convention ends at 5 pm on Sunday.
What are the studios expected to preview trailer and host discussion panels at the event?
You name it and SDCC will possibly have every production house present at the venue. DCEU, Marvel, Warner Bros, Disney and 20th Century Fox are among the few from the movies. CW and FX will also be presenting a slew of trailers and spoiler updates from their shows.
Amidst this all this extravaganza, how can Netflix stay out? The growing online streaming platform that is presenting mind-blowing original content is also coming to the convention with a huge goodie bag.
What are the trailers expected at the Comic-Con?
All eyes will be set on Justice League as the film is exactly four months away from its scheduled release date. Accompanying the DCEU release, will be another DCEU movie Aquaman that is expected to drop the first teaser trailer featuring Jason Momoa. It is also speculated that Deadpool 2 could present another funny trailer after they teased the first look in March. Marvel fans could expect the world premiere of Avengers: Infinity War and Thor: Ragnarok trailers releasing at SDCC.
Netflix will likely present The Defenders, Stranger Things and Death Note trailers. CW will reveal details about Riverdale, Supergirl, Legends Of Tomorrow, Black Lightning, The Flash, Arrow and Supernatural.
Excited? So here's where you can catch all the action from the San Diego Comic-Con 2017 live at the following places:
Twitter: According to Variety, Twitter has tied up with IGN to provide live coverage on sessions with ABC, AMC, DC Entertainment, Lionsgate, Marvel Entertainment, Netflix, Starz, and TBS, among others.