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Comic-Con 2019 Schedule: Best Movie/TV Panels (& What Will Be Revealed)

San Diego Comic-Con 2019 is right around the corner, and the convention’s schedule is packed with panels for some of the biggest TV shows and movies. From The Walking Dead to the first look at what’s coming next from Marvel Studios, it’s shaping up to be a very busy weekend, so we’ve put together a guide to the best panels, when they’re taking place, and what reveals to expect. This year Comic-Con kicks off on Wednesday, July 17th and concludes on Sunday, July 21st.

While SDCC is first and foremost a hub for all things comic book-related, this year there won’t be a Warner Bros. panel in Hall H – which means no previews for upcoming DC movies like Joker or Wonder Woman 1984. Disney has its own fan convention, D23 Expo, which is taking place in August, so the studio will be holding back some trailers and previews until then. For example, there won’t be a Star Wars panel in Hall H this year, so don’t expect any big reveals related to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker or upcoming Disney+ series The Mandalorian. In addition to Warner Bros., Sony and Universal are also skipping Hall H this year, which means no reveals for Venom 2, Morbius, or Jurassic World 3.

Related: Why Marvel Studios Skipped Comic-Con in 2018

That’s what you won’t see – so what about what you will see? Marvel has a big presence at Comic-Con 2019, with Marvel Games and Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD panels in Hall H on Thursday, Writing Avengers: Endgame and A Conversation With the Russo Brothers on Friday, and the big Marvel Studios panel on Saturday, where we’re expecting to see some of what’s coming up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Four. HBO is also making a big push, with panels for Westworld season 3, His Dark Materials, and Game of Thrones. Meanwhile, horror fans can look forward to some footage from IT Chapter Two at ScareDiego and a new look at Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.

No matter where your pop culture tastes lie, there’ll be something to look forward to at SDCC 2019 – whether you’re attending the convention or just following along with the biggest reveals online. Here’s a schedule for the biggest panels, which guests will be in attendance, and what we can expect to see.

Thursday 18th July – 11am PDT/2pm EDT/7pm BST

Paramount Pictures’ big Hall H presentation at SDCC 2019 is Terminator: Dark Fate, the sixth installment in the long-running sci-fi action franchise. Series mainstay Arnold Schwarzenegger will be a guest on the Terminator: Dark Fate panel, alongside Linda Hamilton, Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, and director Tim Miller. Expect a new trailer at the very least, along with some behind the scenes reveals.

Thursday 18th July – 1:30pm PDT/4:30pm EDT/9:30pm BST

Moderated by Greg Miller, the Marvel Games panel will feature Marvel Games VP and executive director Bill Roseman along with other panelists from Marvel Games. Expect to see trailers and gameplay footage from upcoming titles Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, Marvel’s Iron Man VR, and Marvel’s Avengers.

Thursday 18th July – 3:30pm PDT/6:30pm EDT/11:3opm BST

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is getting its first ever Hall H panel this year, with stars Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, Elizabeth Henstridge, Iain De Caestecker, Henry Simmons, Natalia Cordova-Buckley, and Jeff Ward in attendance. They’ll be joined by executive producers Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon, Jeff Bell, and Jeph Loeb. Expect a sneak peek of what’s to come in the upcoming season 6 finale, as well as some teases for what lies ahead in season 7.

Thursday 18th July – 4:45pm PDT/7:45pm EDT/12:45am BST

HBO’s first big Hall H panel of the weekend is His Dark Materials, offering a look at what’s to come in the upcoming TV adaptation of Philip Pullman’s fantasy trilogy. Cast members Dafne Keen, James McAvoy, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Ruth Wilson will be in attendance, and we can probably look forward to seeing a new trailer for the series, which will premiere later this year. The panel will be followed by a Q&A session.

Friday 19th July – 10:00am PDT/1:00pm EDT/6:00pm BST

Go back to the very start of Avengers: Endgame with screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, as they chat to Backstory editor-in-chief Jeff Goldsmith about the challenge of writing two epic superhero movies back-to-back. Though the panel’s name only mentions Avengers: Endgame, we can naturally expect extensive discussion of Avengers: Infinity War as well. We may get to see some more behind-the-scenes footage and concept art, and learn about alternative endings or deleted scenes.

Friday 19th July – 11:00am PDT/2:00pm EDT/7pm BST

A discussion about the process of writing Avengers 3 and 4 will be immediately followed by a panel that digs into the enormous undertaking of filming the two movies. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo will talk about their journey with Marvel Studios and what lies ahead for their new production company AGBO. The directors teased on Twitter that they will be showing some kind of footage, but we don’t know exactly what it will be.

Friday 19th July – 12:00pm PDT/3:00pm EDT/8:00pm BST

The final day of Comic-Con will coincide with Fear the Walking Dead‘s season 5 mid-season finale, though the show will only be on break for a few weeks before returning in August. Fans can probably expect to see either a teaser for the mid-season finale or a preview of what’s to come in the second half of the season during SDCC’s Fear the Walking Dead Hall H panel. In attendance are cast members Lennie James, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Maggie Grace, Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, Austin Amelio, Alexa Nisenson, Karen David, Jenna Elfman, and Rubén Blades. They’ll be joined by Walking Dead chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, as well as executive producers Andrew Chambliss, Ian Goldberg, Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd, Dave Alpert, and Greg Nicotero, and co-executive producer Michael Satrazemis. The panel will be moderated by Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick.

Friday 19th July – 1:00pm PDT/4:00pm EDT/7:00pm BST

Immediately following the Fear the Walking Dead panel in Hall H is parent show The Walking Dead. There will be a first-look trailer for The Walking Dead season 10, and the cast and producers will discuss the process of filming the upcoming season. In attendance is Walking Dead chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, as well as executive producers Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd, Dave Alpert, and Greg Nicotero, as well as cast members Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Avi Nash, Cooper Andrews, Ryan Hurst, Nadia Hilker, Eleanor Matsuura, and Cailey Fleming.

Friday 19th July – 2:15pm PDT/5:15pm EDT/10:15pm BST

Netflix’s new fantasy series The Witcher, based on the books by Andrzej Sapkowski and the video games by CD Projekt RED, is getting a big Hall H showcase at SDCC 2019. No guests have yet been confirmed for this panel, but we can probably expect to see star Henry Cavill and showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich, as well as supporting cast members. There hasn’t yet been a trailer released for The Witcher, so the first footage will almost certainly be making its debut at Comic-Con.

Friday 19th July – 3:30pm PDT/6:30pm EDT/11:30pm BST

A panel for Amazon’s new series The Boys, based on the comic series by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, is taking place in Ballroom 20, with cast members Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capon, and Karen Fukuhara in attendance. They’ll be joined by executive producers Eric Kripke, Seth Rogen, Jessie T. Usher, and Elisabeth Shue, and the panel will be moderated by Aisha Tyler. The series is set to premiere the week after Comic-Con 2019, on July 26, so we may well get to see a final trailer and possibly early confirmation of a season 2 renewal.

Friday 19th July – 5:30pm PDT/8:30pm EDT/1:30am BST

Game of Thrones may be over, but it’s doing a “victory lap” at SDCC 2019, with a Hall H panel and Q&A session. Showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss aren’t yet confirmed to be in attendance, but fans can expect to see cast members Jacob Anderson, John Bradley, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Liam Cunningham, Nathalie Emmanuel, Iain Glen, Conleth Hill, Maisie Williams, and Isaac Hempstead Wright. Miguel Sapochnik, who directed several episodes including “Battle of the Bastards” and “The Bells,” will also be in attendance. It’s possible that HBO may use this as an opportunity to reveal a glimpse what’s coming next in the Game of Thrones prequel series, which began filming last month.

Saturday 20th July – 11:30am PDT/2:30pm EDT/7:30pm BST

Big things are happening in the Star Trek universe, and you can find out all about them in Hall H’s Enter the Star Trek Universe Panel. This 90-minute presentation will cover the upcoming third season of Star Trek: Discovery, as well as the highly-anticipated Star Trek: Picard and new animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks. Discovery star Sonequa Martin-Green will be in attendance alongside executive producers Alex Kurtzman, Michelle Paradise, and Heather Kadin, and Martin-Green’s co-star Tig Notaro will moderate the panel. Star Trek: Lower Decks‘ panel will feature co-creator Mike McMahan and other guests, and will offer a first look at the upcoming series.

Finally, Star Trek: Picard‘s panel will include the legendary Sir Patrick Stewart, alongside co-stars Alison Pill, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Isa Briones, Santiago Cabrera, and Harry Treadaway. Executive producers Kurtzman and Kadin will also be on this panel, along with Michael Chabon and Akiva Goldsman. We’ve already seen a short teaser trailer for Star Trek: Picard, but hopefully this panel will be accompanied by the release of a full trailer.

Saturday 20th July – 1:15pm PDT/4:15pm EDT/9:15pm BST

HBO’s cerebral sci-fi series Westworld is set to return for season 3 in 2020, and fans can get an early look at the next chapter of the story during Comic-Con’s Westworld III panel in Hall H. In attendance are cast members Thandie Newton, Aaron Paul, Tessa Thompson, Evan Rachel Wood, and Jeffrey Wright, along with showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. The first full-length trailer for Westworld season 3 made its debut alongside the season finale of Game of Thrones, and focused mainly on Paul’s character, so expect to see more of Dolores’ journey in the Comic-Con trailer.

  • Batwoman – Saturday 20th July – 10:30am PDT/1:30pm EDT/6:30pm BST
  • Arrow – Saturday 20th July – 3:30pm PDT/6:30pm EDT/11:30pm BST
  • Supergirl – Saturday 20th July – 4:15pm PDT/7:15pm EDT/12:15aam BST
  • Black Lightning – Saturday 20th July – 5:00pm PDT/8:00pm EDT/1:00am BST
  • The Flash – Saturday 20th July – 5:45pm PDT/8:45pm EDT/1:45am BST

The CW’s superheroes are dominating SDCC 2019’s Saturday in Ballroom 20, with five panels that include four of the Arrowverse shows and solo series Black Lightning. The Batwoman presentation in the morning will include a screening of the pilot episode and a Q&A session regarding the newest of the Arrowverse series, and we can expect first-look trailers for the other shows’ upcoming seasons ahead of their return in the fall. Notably absent from the lineup is Legends of Tomorrow, which is also returning this fall for season 5.

Saturday 20th July – 4:00pm PDT/7:00pm EDT/12:00am BST

The lengthily-titled Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: A Master Class with Guillermo del Toro, The Making of a Monster Panel will take place in the Horton Grand Theatre. As the name suggests, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark producer Guillermo del Toro will be in attendance, along with director André Øvredal. The panel will reveal a new monster that will be featured in the upcoming movie, which is based on the book of the same name by Alvin Schwartz. It seems likely that attendees will get to see exclusive footage of a scene from Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark featuring this new monster.

Saturday 20th July – 5:15pm PDT/8:15pm EDT/1:15am BST

Easily the biggest and most-exciting panel of the Comic-Con weekend, this 90-minute Marvel Studios presentation will offer a first look at what’s to come in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The official program offers very little information, saying only that Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige will be on the panel along with “surprise panelists.” Black Widow has been filming for some time now and is assumed to be the first of Marvel’s 2020 releases, so we may well get a trailer for that movie. There’s a good chance that Marvel will also unveil the full upcoming slate of Phase Four movies, as they did for Phase Three all the way back in 2014. We have some idea of what’s coming next in the MCU, but be ready for some surprises during this panel.

Saturday 20th July – 7:00pm PDT/10:00pm EDT/3:00am BST

DC’s streaming entertainment platform DC Universe has a two-hour presentation dedicated to its original series, which will offer trailers and footage from Titans, Doom Patrol, Young Justice: Outsiders, and a first look at upcoming animated series Harley Quinn. “Select producers and stars” will be in attendance, and its possible that there will be surprise announcements of other upcoming projects for DC Universe.

The incredibly long-lived fantasy horror series Supernatural is finally coming to a close with season 15, and it’s getting ready to go out in style at Comic-Con 2019. In attendance are series stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, and Alexander Calvert, as well as executive producers Robert Singer, Andrew Dabb, Eugenie Ross-Leming, Brad Buckner, and Robert Berens. The Hall H panel promises a special video presentation, which will most likely be a trailer for Supernatural season 15.

More: Comic-Con 2019: All The Movie & TV Trailers To Expect



2019-07-13 10:07:43

Hannah Shaw-Williams

Comic-Con 2019 Schedule: Best Movie/TV Panels (& What Will Be Revealed)

San Diego Comic-Con 2019 is right around the corner, and the convention’s schedule is packed with panels for some of the biggest TV shows and movies. From The Walking Dead to the first look at what’s coming next from Marvel Studios, it’s shaping up to be a very busy weekend, so we’ve put together a guide to the best panels, when they’re taking place, and what reveals to expect. This year Comic-Con kicks off on Wednesday, July 17th and concludes on Sunday, July 21st.

While SDCC is first and foremost a hub for all things comic book-related, this year there won’t be a Warner Bros. panel in Hall H – which means no previews for upcoming DC movies like Joker or Wonder Woman 1984. Disney has its own fan convention, D23 Expo, which is taking place in August, so the studio will be holding back some trailers and previews until then. For example, there won’t be a Star Wars panel in Hall H this year, so don’t expect any big reveals related to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker or upcoming Disney+ series The Mandalorian. In addition to Warner Bros., Sony and Universal are also skipping Hall H this year, which means no reveals for Venom 2, Morbius, or Jurassic World 3.

Related: Why Marvel Studios Skipped Comic-Con in 2018

That’s what you won’t see – so what about what you will see? Marvel has a big presence at Comic-Con 2019, with Marvel Games and Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD panels in Hall H on Thursday, Writing Avengers: Endgame and A Conversation With the Russo Brothers on Friday, and the big Marvel Studios panel on Saturday, where we’re expecting to see some of what’s coming up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Four. HBO is also making a big push, with panels for Westworld season 3, His Dark Materials, and Game of Thrones. Meanwhile, horror fans can look forward to some footage from IT Chapter Two at ScareDiego and a new look at Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.

No matter where your pop culture tastes lie, there’ll be something to look forward to at SDCC 2019 – whether you’re attending the convention or just following along with the biggest reveals online. Here’s a schedule for the biggest panels, which guests will be in attendance, and what we can expect to see.

Thursday 18th July – 11am PDT/2pm EDT/7pm BST

Paramount Pictures’ big Hall H presentation at SDCC 2019 is Terminator: Dark Fate, the sixth installment in the long-running sci-fi action franchise. Series mainstay Arnold Schwarzenegger will be a guest on the Terminator: Dark Fate panel, alongside Linda Hamilton, Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, and director Tim Miller. Expect a new trailer at the very least, along with some behind the scenes reveals.

Thursday 18th July – 1:30pm PDT/4:30pm EDT/9:30pm BST

Moderated by Greg Miller, the Marvel Games panel will feature Marvel Games VP and executive director Bill Roseman along with other panelists from Marvel Games. Expect to see trailers and gameplay footage from upcoming titles Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, Marvel’s Iron Man VR, and Marvel’s Avengers.

Thursday 18th July – 3:30pm PDT/6:30pm EDT/11:3opm BST

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is getting its first ever Hall H panel this year, with stars Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, Elizabeth Henstridge, Iain De Caestecker, Henry Simmons, Natalia Cordova-Buckley, and Jeff Ward in attendance. They’ll be joined by executive producers Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon, Jeff Bell, and Jeph Loeb. Expect a sneak peek of what’s to come in the upcoming season 6 finale, as well as some teases for what lies ahead in season 7.

Thursday 18th July – 4:45pm PDT/7:45pm EDT/12:45am BST

HBO’s first big Hall H panel of the weekend is His Dark Materials, offering a look at what’s to come in the upcoming TV adaptation of Philip Pullman’s fantasy trilogy. Cast members Dafne Keen, James McAvoy, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Ruth Wilson will be in attendance, and we can probably look forward to seeing a new trailer for the series, which will premiere later this year. The panel will be followed by a Q&A session.

Friday 19th July – 10:00am PDT/1:00pm EDT/6:00pm BST

Go back to the very start of Avengers: Endgame with screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, as they chat to Backstory editor-in-chief Jeff Goldsmith about the challenge of writing two epic superhero movies back-to-back. Though the panel’s name only mentions Avengers: Endgame, we can naturally expect extensive discussion of Avengers: Infinity War as well. We may get to see some more behind-the-scenes footage and concept art, and learn about alternative endings or deleted scenes.

Friday 19th July – 11:00am PDT/2:00pm EDT/7pm BST

A discussion about the process of writing Avengers 3 and 4 will be immediately followed by a panel that digs into the enormous undertaking of filming the two movies. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo will talk about their journey with Marvel Studios and what lies ahead for their new production company AGBO. The directors teased on Twitter that they will be showing some kind of footage, but we don’t know exactly what it will be.

Friday 19th July – 12:00pm PDT/3:00pm EDT/8:00pm BST

The final day of Comic-Con will coincide with Fear the Walking Dead‘s season 5 mid-season finale, though the show will only be on break for a few weeks before returning in August. Fans can probably expect to see either a teaser for the mid-season finale or a preview of what’s to come in the second half of the season during SDCC’s Fear the Walking Dead Hall H panel. In attendance are cast members Lennie James, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Maggie Grace, Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, Austin Amelio, Alexa Nisenson, Karen David, Jenna Elfman, and Rubén Blades. They’ll be joined by Walking Dead chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, as well as executive producers Andrew Chambliss, Ian Goldberg, Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd, Dave Alpert, and Greg Nicotero, and co-executive producer Michael Satrazemis. The panel will be moderated by Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick.

Friday 19th July – 1:00pm PDT/4:00pm EDT/7:00pm BST

Immediately following the Fear the Walking Dead panel in Hall H is parent show The Walking Dead. There will be a first-look trailer for The Walking Dead season 10, and the cast and producers will discuss the process of filming the upcoming season. In attendance is Walking Dead chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, as well as executive producers Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd, Dave Alpert, and Greg Nicotero, as well as cast members Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Avi Nash, Cooper Andrews, Ryan Hurst, Nadia Hilker, Eleanor Matsuura, and Cailey Fleming.

Friday 19th July – 2:15pm PDT/5:15pm EDT/10:15pm BST

Netflix’s new fantasy series The Witcher, based on the books by Andrzej Sapkowski and the video games by CD Projekt RED, is getting a big Hall H showcase at SDCC 2019. No guests have yet been confirmed for this panel, but we can probably expect to see star Henry Cavill and showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich, as well as supporting cast members. There hasn’t yet been a trailer released for The Witcher, so the first footage will almost certainly be making its debut at Comic-Con.

Friday 19th July – 3:30pm PDT/6:30pm EDT/11:30pm BST

A panel for Amazon’s new series The Boys, based on the comic series by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, is taking place in Ballroom 20, with cast members Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capon, and Karen Fukuhara in attendance. They’ll be joined by executive producers Eric Kripke, Seth Rogen, Jessie T. Usher, and Elisabeth Shue, and the panel will be moderated by Aisha Tyler. The series is set to premiere the week after Comic-Con 2019, on July 26, so we may well get to see a final trailer and possibly early confirmation of a season 2 renewal.

Friday 19th July – 5:30pm PDT/8:30pm EDT/1:30am BST

Game of Thrones may be over, but it’s doing a “victory lap” at SDCC 2019, with a Hall H panel and Q&A session. Showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss aren’t yet confirmed to be in attendance, but fans can expect to see cast members Jacob Anderson, John Bradley, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Liam Cunningham, Nathalie Emmanuel, Iain Glen, Conleth Hill, Maisie Williams, and Isaac Hempstead Wright. Miguel Sapochnik, who directed several episodes including “Battle of the Bastards” and “The Bells,” will also be in attendance. It’s possible that HBO may use this as an opportunity to reveal a glimpse what’s coming next in the Game of Thrones prequel series, which began filming last month.

Saturday 20th July – 11:30am PDT/2:30pm EDT/7:30pm BST

Big things are happening in the Star Trek universe, and you can find out all about them in Hall H’s Enter the Star Trek Universe Panel. This 90-minute presentation will cover the upcoming third season of Star Trek: Discovery, as well as the highly-anticipated Star Trek: Picard and new animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks. Discovery star Sonequa Martin-Green will be in attendance alongside executive producers Alex Kurtzman, Michelle Paradise, and Heather Kadin, and Martin-Green’s co-star Tig Notaro will moderate the panel. Star Trek: Lower Decks‘ panel will feature co-creator Mike McMahan and other guests, and will offer a first look at the upcoming series.

Finally, Star Trek: Picard‘s panel will include the legendary Sir Patrick Stewart, alongside co-stars Alison Pill, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Isa Briones, Santiago Cabrera, and Harry Treadaway. Executive producers Kurtzman and Kadin will also be on this panel, along with Michael Chabon and Akiva Goldsman. We’ve already seen a short teaser trailer for Star Trek: Picard, but hopefully this panel will be accompanied by the release of a full trailer.

Saturday 20th July – 1:15pm PDT/4:15pm EDT/9:15pm BST

HBO’s cerebral sci-fi series Westworld is set to return for season 3 in 2020, and fans can get an early look at the next chapter of the story during Comic-Con’s Westworld III panel in Hall H. In attendance are cast members Thandie Newton, Aaron Paul, Tessa Thompson, Evan Rachel Wood, and Jeffrey Wright, along with showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. The first full-length trailer for Westworld season 3 made its debut alongside the season finale of Game of Thrones, and focused mainly on Paul’s character, so expect to see more of Dolores’ journey in the Comic-Con trailer.

  • Batwoman – Saturday 20th July – 10:30am PDT/1:30pm EDT/6:30pm BST
  • Arrow – Saturday 20th July – 3:30pm PDT/6:30pm EDT/11:30pm BST
  • Supergirl – Saturday 20th July – 4:15pm PDT/7:15pm EDT/12:15aam BST
  • Black Lightning – Saturday 20th July – 5:00pm PDT/8:00pm EDT/1:00am BST
  • The Flash – Saturday 20th July – 5:45pm PDT/8:45pm EDT/1:45am BST

The CW’s superheroes are dominating SDCC 2019’s Saturday in Ballroom 20, with five panels that include four of the Arrowverse shows and solo series Black Lightning. The Batwoman presentation in the morning will include a screening of the pilot episode and a Q&A session regarding the newest of the Arrowverse series, and we can expect first-look trailers for the other shows’ upcoming seasons ahead of their return in the fall. Notably absent from the lineup is Legends of Tomorrow, which is also returning this fall for season 5.

Saturday 20th July – 4:00pm PDT/7:00pm EDT/12:00am BST

The lengthily-titled Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: A Master Class with Guillermo del Toro, The Making of a Monster Panel will take place in the Horton Grand Theatre. As the name suggests, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark producer Guillermo del Toro will be in attendance, along with director André Øvredal. The panel will reveal a new monster that will be featured in the upcoming movie, which is based on the book of the same name by Alvin Schwartz. It seems likely that attendees will get to see exclusive footage of a scene from Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark featuring this new monster.

Saturday 20th July – 5:15pm PDT/8:15pm EDT/1:15am BST

Easily the biggest and most-exciting panel of the Comic-Con weekend, this 90-minute Marvel Studios presentation will offer a first look at what’s to come in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The official program offers very little information, saying only that Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige will be on the panel along with “surprise panelists.” Black Widow has been filming for some time now and is assumed to be the first of Marvel’s 2020 releases, so we may well get a trailer for that movie. There’s a good chance that Marvel will also unveil the full upcoming slate of Phase Four movies, as they did for Phase Three all the way back in 2014. We have some idea of what’s coming next in the MCU, but be ready for some surprises during this panel.

Saturday 20th July – 7:00pm PDT/10:00pm EDT/3:00am BST

DC’s streaming entertainment platform DC Universe has a two-hour presentation dedicated to its original series, which will offer trailers and footage from Titans, Doom Patrol, Young Justice: Outsiders, and a first look at upcoming animated series Harley Quinn. “Select producers and stars” will be in attendance, and its possible that there will be surprise announcements of other upcoming projects for DC Universe.

The incredibly long-lived fantasy horror series Supernatural is finally coming to a close with season 15, and it’s getting ready to go out in style at Comic-Con 2019. In attendance are series stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, and Alexander Calvert, as well as executive producers Robert Singer, Andrew Dabb, Eugenie Ross-Leming, Brad Buckner, and Robert Berens. The Hall H panel promises a special video presentation, which will most likely be a trailer for Supernatural season 15.

More: Comic-Con 2019: All The Movie & TV Trailers To Expect



2019-07-13 10:07:43

Hannah Shaw-Williams

American Horror Story Season 9 Full Cast & Premiere Date Revealed

The full cast of American Horror Story: 1984 has finally been revealed by Ryan Murphy, teasing the usual blend of new and familiar faces. Created by Murphy and Brad Fulchuk, American Horror Story is an anthology series where each season featuring a new – though sometimes overlapping – story and collection of characters. Across the already-aired eight seasons, the show has tackled such settings as an asylum, a freak show, and most recently, an apocalypse. Garnering a number of awards for its varied cast members – including a Golden Globe for Lady Gaga – American Horror Story have already been renewed through season 10.

Though the overall plot tends to be a closely-guarded secret in the run-up to the premiere, it was previously announced that American Horror Story season 9 would be officially subtitled ‘1984’ and have a slasher theme. Since then, details regarding the ever-shifting cast has emerged. AHS stalwart Emma Roberts was the first to be confirmed as returning. The actress made her AHS debut in American Horror Story: Coven, before returning for Freak Show, Cult, and last season’s Apocalypse. It was also revealed, for the first time in the show’s history, that Evan Peters would not be starring.  Equally, Sarah Paulson will not return. Instead, it was announced that Angelica Ross had been cast. Ross is currently the star of another Murphy production: FX’s Pose.

Related: American Horror Story: 1984 Needs A Slasher Scream Queen – Who Could It Be?

Posting on his personal Instagram, Murphy opted to celebrate the first day of filming with an official cast announcement. He then proceeded to post a series of videos that, in true American Horror Story fashion, eschewed the usual tradition of such announcements. Instead, each snippet was done as though part of a camera test, blending the equal parts ominous and campy tones with which the show has become synonymous. Alongside Roberts, the returning cast also includes Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman, and Cody Fern. John Carroll Lynch, who played Twisty the Clown in American Horror Story season 4, also makes a return. Check out the videos – in all their hilariously 80’s glory – below:

The new faces joining the cast (and donning their short shorts) include DeRon Horton, Zach Villa, and Glee’s Matthew Morrison. This isn’t the only project Murphy has in the works. The super-producer recently signed a deal with Netflix. As part of that deal, he is producing a film adaptation of The Prom, starring Nicole Kidman and Meryl Streep. He will also re-team with Paulson on a One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest prequel series, Ratched.

In terms of American Horror Story: 1984, the video doesn’t reveal the characters’ names. It does, however, convey each of their defining characteristics – right down to a recurring penis gag for one. Ross’ character, meanwhile, can be seen with a stethoscope, clearly setting her up as the camp’s resident medic. Equally, Lynch’s character looks every bit as intense and creepy as Twisty himself was. It also has a very Friday the 13th vibe, living up to its retro-slasher film intentions. And potentially having even more 80s homages than Stranger Things.

For each detail revealed by the videos, however, they pose an equal amount of questions that are sure to fuel much speculation from fans. Most notably, is the style of the videos. Could it be that what audiences will see later this year will actually be a film within a series, with the confirmed actors themselves playing actors on the set of a horror production?  It would be certainly in keeping with such previously meta seasons as American Horror Story: Roanoke. Whatever the case, fans will find out for sure when the series finally airs.

More: What to Expect from American Horror Story Season 9

American Horror Story: 1984 premieres Sept. 18 on FX.

Source: Ryan Murphy/Instagram



2019-07-13 09:07:11

John Atkinson

King THOR’s New Look Revealed in Marvel Comics | ScreenRant

Warning: SPOILERS for War of The Realms Omega

Years from now fans will still be talking about Jason Aaron’s run on Marvel’s Thor comics, a years-long story that has recently culminated in the god of thunder accepting his destiny as the new All-Father Thor, King of Asgard. But as fans gather to see his reign begin, one thing is clear: the new Thor sure isn’t the one fans once knew.

Stronger, smarter, and yet somehow still humble, the War of The Realms has proven to be the fire which forged an Asgardian like none before. The immediate future of the Thor series is being kept quiet, deciding where his new role as All-Father may take him (before his ancient self ends his story doing battle with Loki in his King Thor comic series). Whatever twists may be coming, and no matter how many eyeballs or limbs were lost in the fight, fans of Thor would regret it if they didn’t feast their eyes on the new All-Father that emerged from the flames mightier than ever before.

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As anyone even casually aware of the comic book Thor already knows, the War of The Realms has changed Marvel’s Universe across all of the Ten Realms. It was the war Thor was born to fight, and the test he was destined to pass, earning his place as the master of Asgard’s fate. But as War of The Realms Omega shows, the clean-up is going to be just as challenging as victory. More, in fact, when you consider how quickly Thor actually won. It’s a task that previous Thors may have run from, or trembled in the face of but as the new All-Father Thor returns to Earth, his new look is that of a king of gods.

The fact that Thor upgraded his arm with the Destroyer’s, and then used it to cut through entire armies will always be a striking image. The sign of his wisdom being earned from the World Tree itself comes in the form of Thor’s his missing eye, just like his father Odin in his glory days. And of course it may look the same, but Thor’s new Mjolnir is the most powerful yet. This costume may change at any point, even if the arm and eye are honor. And with Thor trading his red cloth cape for a thick animal fur cloak, the result is as close to a recreation of Odin as fans are likely to get (or Thor is willing to offer). One thing is clear: the King of Asgard won’t have anyone questioning if he’s up to the job ever again. Read on below for the full solicitation details for War of The Realms Omega #1.

  • WAR OF THE REALMS OMEGA #1
  • Writer: Jason Aaron, Al Ewing, Gerry Duggan, Daniel Kibblesmith
  • Art: CANO, Oscar Bazaldua, Juan E. Ferreyra, Ron Garney
  • Cover: Phil Noto
  • HE WAR IS OVER – AND THE MARVEL UNIVERSE MUST PICK UP THE PIECES! Midgard is broken, and as heroes of Asgard and Earth alike start to sift through the pieces, new heroes — and villains — emerge. What’s next for Jane Foster, now free of the hammer she was willing to die to hold? Thor’s brother Loki faced a terrible fate in the War of the Realms — and now the god of mischief must make himself anew. For the Punisher, the war isn’t even close to finished — but this time, he’s got his own army. And for Thor himself, destiny has finally arrived. The God of Thunder strikes out for a whole new adventure!

War of The Realms Omega #1 is available now at your local comic book shop, or direct from Marvel Comics.

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2019-07-13 01:07:26

Andrew Dyce

Scream Resurrection Ending: Ghostface Killer Identity Revealed

Warning: Major spoilers for Scream: Resurrection!

Scream: Resurrection officially revealed which character was behind the Ghostface mask. The killer terrorized the members of the Deadfast Club for Scream‘s rebooted season 3. After the three-night event on VH1, the mystery of Ghostface’s identity is solved and all loose ends are now tied up.

After over a year-long delay in the production stage, Scream season 3 presented a new story about a group of unlikely allies who met during detention. Deion (RJ Cyler) was at the center of the drama as the main target of the Ghostface killer. To manipulate and torture Deion, his friends were often targeted by the maniac, some of which didn’t make it out alive.

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Despite being a horror series, Scream: Resurrection had many comedic moments and an ample amount of social commentary. It also played on horror cliches by going after tropes of the genre as a way to surprise viewers. As with all installments in the Scream movie franchise, the major question surrounded the identity of Ghostface. Here’s a breakdown of the killer character and the motivation behind the murders in Scream season 3.

The sixth and final episode of Scream season 3 revealed the identity of Ghostface and it was someone that most viewers didn’t expect. Beth (Giorgia Whigham), the goth and horror movie expert, turned out to be the face behind the infamous mask. She was a complete sociopath who wanted to be the star of her own real-life horror movie. Before Deion, Liv (Jessica Sula), and Kym (Keke Palmer) figured out her true identity, Beth managed to kill Shane (Tyler Posey), Manny (Giullian Yao Gioiello), and Amir (CJ Wallace). But she didn’t carry out the massacre on her own.

Jamal (Tyga), Deion’s half-brother, served as Beth’s accomplice throughout Scream: Resurrection. He met Beth at the tattoo parlor and the duo struck up a relationship after Jamal (who also goes by Jay) confided in her regarding his family troubles. It wasn’t difficult for Beth to convince Jay to join her plan. Jay actually wore the Ghostface mask at times so Beth could stay close to the Deadfast Club without generating suspicion. He was responsible for the deaths of TJ (Nash Grier), Avery (Patrick Johnson), Luther (Tony Todd), Latavious (DC Young Fly), and the attack on Officer Reynolds (Gideon Emery).

So what were the real motives behind Beth and Jay’s serial killer aspirations in Scream: Resurrection? Beth was basically waiting for her opportunity when Jay came along; it was clear from the beginning that Jay had issues with Deion and the history of their family. Jay’s father Earl (Diesel Madkins) left his mother after Marcus went missing to help with his secret family. This upset Jay’s mother so much that she ended up killing herself, forcing Earl to move his other son to Atlanta.

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Before Earl came clean about his other family, he introduced Jay to Deion. When Jay moved to Atlanta, he noticed that Deion acted like he was a complete stranger. Jay put the evidence together and realized that Deion was actually Marcus. After Beth turned on Jay, stabbing him and leaving him to die, Deion tried to save him. Jay then finally got his brother to come clean before he died from his injuries.

On that tragic Halloween night when Marcus disappeared, the twins switched costumes. Deion was actually the one who went missing in the salvage yard and later died. Nobody realized that the surviving twin was actually Marcus who took his brother’s identity. Marcus was the troubled twin and his family treated him differently so he kept it a secret his whole life. Jay was the only one who figured out the truth and he used it as his motivation to go after his half-brother. Not only did Marcus’ mistakes that Halloween night destroy Jay’s life, but it also cut the real Deion’s life short. That story helped give Beth the opportunity to carry out what she thought she was destined for – serial killer stardom. That was until Deion/Marcus, Liv, and Kym ended Beth’s reign of terror in Scream Resurrection.

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2019-07-10 08:07:37

Kara Hedash

James Bond 25 Official Cast, Writers, Synopsis & Locations Revealed

James Bond 25 has finally gotten an official cast and team of writers. It’s been nearly 57 years now since Sean Connery made his debut as 007 in 1962’s Dr. No, in the process kicking off one of the most lucrative (and long running) film series of all time. More than half a dozen actors have played James Bond in the years since then, beginning with Connery and carrying on through to stars like Roger Moore, Pierce Brosnan, and most recently Daniel Craig, starting in 2006.

As popular as Craig’s take on Bond has been, however, his movies have been a bit of a roller coaster in quality, going from the highs of Casino Royale and Skyfall to the lows of Quantum of Solace and Spectre. For that reason, there’s been extra pressure on Bond 25 – which will mark Craig’s final apperance as 007 – to deliver the goods. This may account for the film’s creative struggles in pre-production, which include a change in director from Oscar-winner Danny Boyle to the equally prestigous choice of Cary Fukunaga (Jane Eyre, Beasts of No Nation).

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In the time since he signed on, Fukunaga has reportedly recruited Rami Malek to play the movie’s villain, gotten early production going, and hired Phoebe Waller-Bridge (FleabagKilling Eve) to punch up the screenplay. Now, thanks to this morning’s livestream reveal by Eon Productions, Bond 25‘s official cast includes returning players Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Jeffrey Wright, Ben Whisaw, Rory Kinnear, and Naomie Harris, in addition to series newcomers Ana de Armas (Blade Runner 2049), Billy Magnussen (Game Night), Dali Benssalah (Nox), Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel), David Dencik (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), and Malek. Waller-Bridge was also confirmed as a writer, along with Scott Z. Burns (Contagion), and franchise veterans Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. However, the film is still without a title for the time being.

Fukunaga further revealed that, when the film picks up, Bond is not in active service and starts his journey in Jamaica. It only makes sense, considering that Spectre ended with James and Madeleine (Seydoux) driving off together for destinations unknown. The director also confirmed that production on Bond 25 has already begun in Norway and that shooting will later take place in Italy, in addition to the sound stage and location work in the UK. This lines up with a previous report that claimed Bond 25 will feature a massive action sequence in Southern Italy, possibly even the movie’s climax. The plot summary was later unveiled online, along with the news that IMAX is partnering with MGM on the film:

“Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.”

Between the returning cast and new additions, it sounds like the plan is for Bond 25 to serve as a proper conclusion to Craig’s run on the franchise, while still providing all the globe-trotting action, extravagant locales, and (hopefully, memorable) A-grade supporting players that audiences have come to expect from the Bond property. It’s been a bit of a hectic journey following the project’s development (recall that Spectre came out about three and a half years now), but so far the film seems to have come together nicely, with a talented director and ensemble joining Craig on his final mission. Here’s to hoping that Bond 25 ultimately delivers the good when it hits the scene next April.

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Source: Eon Productions


2019-04-25 05:04:07

Sandy Schaefer

Fortnite’s Avengers: Endgame Gear & Weapons Revealed!

The crossover event for Fortnite and Avengers: Endgame has now arrived, and brings with it plenty of Avengers-themed gear for players to find. Developer Epic Games had recently revealed that Avengers: Endgame content would be coming to the Battle Royale title, and in a short space of time since the launch of the film Fortnite has made this mode available to fans.

Fortnite is one of the biggest games in the world. The free-to-play title has become a serious pop culture phenomenon, and as such it seems like a good property to tie up with one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year. After a successful previous crossover between Fortnite and Avengers in 2018, a follow-up to coincide with Avengers: Endgame always looked likely.

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Now, the Fortnite X Avengers: Endgame mode is live, including those Avengers-themed weapons and gear. Players will be able to find Iron Man’s gloves, Hawkeye’s bow, Captain America’s shield, and Thor’s Stormbreaker axe within the game mode, while a Black Widow skin pack is also available in the game store for a limited time. Epic Games revealed this alongside the below trailer, and a comprehensive list of patch notes.

How does the Fortnite meets Avengers mode work, though? Players will join either the side of Thanos and his Chitauri in the hunt for the Infinity Stones, or the Heroes team of the Avengers looking to stop him. Team Thanos will win if the Infinity Stones are found and the Heroes are wiped out, while the Heroes win if they manage to stop team Thanos.

The Heroes will be given a helping hand in the form of a treasure map. This map will point the player towards an Avengers weapon, while more gear is also available in chests throughout the game. Players can also complete challenges to unlock new items, such as a glider designed after the Avengers Quinjet, and on top of that a new outfit will also be available next week in the store for those after another of the Avengers.

Although it’s unlikely that Avengers: Endgame needs much promotion – after all, it’s broken international box office records for its time in the wild so far – it’s still a neat tie-in for the film, and no doubt plenty of Fortnite fans will be digging into the mode for something a little bit different. That said, it’s fair to say that Prince Harry won’t be playing Fortnite after his recent comments, but at least that leaves more Avengers goodies for the rest of the player base.

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Source: Epic Games


2019-04-25 03:04:38

Rob Gordon

Super Mario Maker 2 Release Date For Switch Revealed

The release date for Super Mario Maker 2 has finally been announced. The sequel to the popular Super Mario Maker on Wii U was originally announced in February during a Nintendo Direct.

The first Mario Maker released in 2015, and quickly became one of the Wii U’s most popular titles. The game allowed players to create their own Mario platforming stages. You could create in the style of the original Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, and New Super Mario Bros. U. The tools were expansive, featuring all sorts of blocks, enemies, platforms, and more. Many players began successful YouTube and Twitch streams thanks to Mario Maker, thus helping the game to become a pop culture phenomenon. Even now, new stages are still being uploaded.

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Nintendo confirms the highly awaited Super Mario Maker 2 will be released on June 28, 2019 for Nintendo Switch. Nintendo already confirmed a June release date in the announcement trailer, and now we know the game will launch during the last week of that month.

Although Nintendo has only showed one trailer for the game, a lot of new features were confirmed. Of course, it’ll have the highly requested slopes. There will even be a new theme to create in: Super Mario 3D World. Another new feature will be adding water to ground stages. In the first Mario Maker, you couldn’t combine water and ground in a single section. This adds another layer to the creation process. All of this just scratches the surface of new content, as there are new enemies (such as Bully from Super Mario 64, and the Angry Sun from Super Mario Bros. 3), new platforms, and much more. The amount of new things almost makes the first game look like a prototype.

With Nintendo having distanced itself from the Wii U, it makes sense that the video game company would want to quickly get a new Mario Maker released. Being able to create challenging stages and share them online for the world to play is a fantastic concept. Even if one is not into making levels, there are going to be an endless amount of stages to play, making Mario Maker 2 a worthy pickup either way. It’s surprising that there’s been no footage since February, as there are still plenty of things that have yet to be unveiled. We’ll likely get at least one big overview trailer before release day. With Super Mario Maker 2, the Link’s Awakening remake, Pokémon Sword and Shield and more, Nintendo may have the best 2019 exclusive lineup.

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Super Mario Maker 2 will be released on June 28, 2019.

Source: Nintendo



2019-04-24 07:04:30

Daniel Alvarez

New Godzilla 2 Footage Revealed Before Game of Thrones

New footage from Godzilla: King of the Monsters was released by HBO ahead of the newest episode of Game of Thrones. There’s plenty of attention being given to the final season of HBO’s hit series (and rightfully so), but it isn’t the only big production that will feature fire breathing creatures and dragons this year. In just a few short weeks, Warner Bros. and Legendary will release Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the sequel to 2014’s Godzilla and latest installment in the MonsterVerse into the theaters.

The sequel will clearly see the giant Toho lizard return to the big screen, but he’ll be fighting a dragon of his own. Godzilla: King of the Monsters is being used to expand the MonsterVerse in major ways. Other classic Toho monsters like Rodan and Mothra will be included and fight, but the most highly anticipated addition may be that of the three-headed dragon King Ghidorah. The marketing for Godzilla: King of the Monsters has hyped up their clash already, and now HBO – an affiliate of WarnerMedia – is cross-promoting their two dragon-heavy properties.

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Before the release of tonight’s second episode of Game of Thrones season eight, HBO debuted a new sneak peak at Godzilla: King of the Monsters. The sneak peak was then shared on Twitter, but fans of both properties are in for another surprise. Included in the tweet is a link to HBO NOW, which will direct fans to an exclusive five minute clip from Godzilla: King of the Monsters. The clip is available for any subscriber to HBO NOW (with a free trial also making it possible to view upon sign-up), but the minute long sneak peak can be seen below:

Just like much of the marketing that has come before, this new footage from Godzilla: King of the Monsters sheds plenty of light on the monster fights it will include. One of the shots that may excite fans the most is the first look at Mothra and Ghidorah fighting. The clash is not totally unexpected, since many believe Mothra will side with Godzilla and help him fight Ghidorah and Rodan, but we’ve yet to see the moth-like creature and three-headed dragon actually get involved.

With just over a month to go before Godzilla: King of the Monsters hits theaters, using the incredible viewership of Game of Thrones to further promote it is a great decision. This is likely the beginning of the final leg of the film’s marketing campaign too. One more traditional trailer may still be on the way, according to a previous report from Trailer-Track, so another extended look at the movie could arrive imminently. There’s already been an incredible amount of marketing to this point, but with WB already having moved forward with Godzilla vs. Kong, they need Godzilla: King of the Monsters to deliver both in quality and financially so their plans can continue.

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Source: Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Trailer-Track



2019-04-21 09:04:13

Cooper Hood

Game Of Thrones: Arya’s Dragonglass Weapon Revealed

Arya’s new dragonglass weapon that she asked Gendry to make has been revealed in Game of Thrones season 8, episode 2. Last week’s episode, the Game of Thrones season 8 premiere, “Winterfell”, brought several characters together for the first time in many years – both in-universe and in real time. One of those pairings was Arya and Gendry, who left King’s Landing with each other several years before and haven’t seen each other since Gendry joined the Brotherhood Without Banners.

Of course, with Gendry joining Ser Davos (and later Jon Snow), and Arya returning to Winterfell once she heard her family had taken the castle back, both Arya and Gendry are now preparing for the ultimate fight against the Night King and the Army of the Dead, which will come in the Battle of Winterfell – the subject of next week’s episode of Game of Thrones. So, to prepare for the forthcoming battle, Arya asked Gendry to make her a weapon. At first, it was widely believed that it was a projectile-type weapon, but it appears that’s not the case.

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As revealed in Game of Thrones season 8, episode 2, Arya had Gendry make her a double-edged spear, with the edges made entirely out of dragonglass. This would allow Arya to fight multiple wights (or White Walkers) at the same time. It’s unfortunate that her trusty ally, Needle, won’t be of much help in this fight, but one thing is certainly clear: Arya can turn practically anything into a weapon at this point. Having a double-edged, dragonglass-based spear is just something that will be more useful, is all.

Interestingly, earlier in the episode, Arya visited Gendry and asked him if he’d made her weapon yet. He didn’t. But once he saw Arya demonstrate her capacity to kill by throwing three dragonglass-based spearheads at a wooden post, he started making her weapon straight away. Audiences will just have to wait and see if Arya’s new season 8 weapon will come in handy when she takes on the Army of the Dead in the Battle of Winterfell.

Plus, this heavily resembles the staff that she learned to defend herself when she was blind and training to become a Faceless Woman. Given the fact that she will be fighting at night, and during winter nonetheless, Arya is perhaps more comfortable using the new weapon Gendry made her than she is using a sword like Needle. It’s all about precision and being about to take out multiple enemies at once.

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Game of Thrones season 8 airs Sundays at 9 pm ET on HBO.


2019-04-21 07:04:00

Mansoor Mithaiwala