Marvel confirm Hall H panel at Comic-Con

Ed Willey

Marvel has confirmed it will return to Hall H at this year’s San Diego Comic-con, after taking a year off in 2018.

For the uninitiated, Hall H, once described as the “most important room in Hollywood” by the LA Times, is where the big announcements happen and thousands of fans queue for hours to get into during the much-hyped convention.

The question is, what will Marvel talk about?

Spider-Man: Far From Home, opening on 2nd July, is officially the last movie in the MCUs ‘phase 3’, so many fans are hoping to learn where Kevin Feige and co are taking us next.

We know the Black Widow movie has been filming in Atlanta thanks to some sneaky leaked on location pics of Scarlett Johansson. It’s likely the long-time-coming Russian spy’s solo outing could be the first out the gate for phase 4.

Another film that’s been gaining traction in recent months is The Eternals. With a raft of casting rumours including Angelina Jolie, Kumal Nanjiani (The Big Sick, Silicon Valley) and Richard Madden (Bodyguard, Game of Thrones) said to be appearing as the otherworldly supergroup.

Shang Chi, which would mark Marvels first Asian led film, and is also heavily rumoured to be moving through development, with Donnie Yen (Rogue One) and Ludi Lin (Aquaman) circling the title role.

Then there are the expected sequels for Doctor Strange, Black Panther, Captain Marvel and of course Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, with James Gunn now back at the helm.

If that all wasn’t enough Disney+ is also just over the horizon with no less than three MCU based series confirmed. Loki, Wandavision and Falcon & Winter Soldier are all expected to debut on the streaming service, with footage from Loki already being shown behind closed doors.

Of course, they might not talk about any of the above, or they might talk about all of it.

We’ll just have to wait for the “most important room in Hollywood” to open its doors on 18th July to find out.

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