It’s been a busy weekend for us here at CinemaShelf, and we have a lot of articles going up over the next week or so with complete breakdowns of some of the news that came out. But for now, let’s get caught up on all of the trailers you may have missed this past weekend at the annual event.
First up, let’s check out a movie that take we can’t wait to see more of: Wonder Woman (release date: June 2, 2017)
Next up, let’s check out another movie that Wonder Woman will be making an appearance in: Justice League. This movie is due to come out November 2017.
To cap off the DC Comics movies, Suicide Squad showed off a fun trailer made for Hall H at Comic-Con. This movie comes out August 5th of this year (2 WEEKS!), so stay tuned for news and a review as that date approaches.
Let’s move out of the comic books universes for a minute and check out a trailer for a movie we’ve been getting photos of recently: Kong: Skull Island. This is due out March 2017
This next one is the first trailer for Doctor Stranger, due out November 4, 2016.
The newest addition to the Harry Potter Universe is a movie that seems to be bringing back the magic we all were obsessed over for a decade. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is due out November 18, 2016.
Next, let’s check out a surprise movie, Blair Witch. This movie was titled The Woods for awhile, but then surprised Comic-Con by revealing that it’s actually a Blair Witch movie. This is due out September 16
Let’s check out a unique looking movie titled Snowden starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Next up, here’s the latest look at The LEGO Batman Movie which is due out in 2017.
Finally, we’ll wrap this up by showing you guys a movie that comes out sometime in 2017. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
Be sure to check back for a “best of” article that highlights the top moments at Comic-Con. This years Comic-Con was one of the best in recent memory, in terms of cool and unique news. We’ll have our usual podcast, CinemaShelf News and Reviews, up at some point today or tomorrow morning. Regardless, we can’t wait to see most of these movies, let us know what you’re most excited for on Twitter @CinemaShelf or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org