Saturday, July 26th
Warner Brothers Panel — 10AM, Hall H
The biggest draw of this panel would have to be the upcoming Batman V Superman movie, but as of yet, we have no confirmation of the film’s appearance. Still, you’d think give fans at least a taste of what we can expect. In the meantime, we can count on full panels for the third and final Hobbit film, and the eagerly awaited Mad Max: Fury Road.
Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For — 2:50 PM, Hall H
Frank Miller is a polarizing guy, mostly due to his conservative politics. But the original Sin City is pretty well-established as one of the coolest movies ever made, and it’s hard not to be giddy for the follow-up. This panel will feature Miller, and likely many of the cast members from the film, although the exact details have not been confirmed.
Marvel Cinematic Universe Panel — 5:30 PM, Hall H
This is probably the panel that will cause the most excitement going into Comic-Con, as well as the most after. We don’t know exactly what’s going to go down just yet, but if Mark Ruffalo is to be believed (and why wouldn’t we trust Mark Ruffalo?), the entire cast of Avengers: Age Of Ultron is likely to appear. This will likely be the moment that brings the entire Comic-Con crowd into a frenzy. We also might here a bit about the upcoming Ant-Man film, but if we’re being honest, the spirit of this panel probably going to be All Avengers Everything.
Fight Club: From Page To Screen And Beyond 7pm, Room 25ABC
It’s 15th anniversary of Fight Club, and David Fincher and Chuck Palahniuk will be getting together to have a little chat. So, if you want to stop by with your theory on what was really going on with Tyler Durden, by all means, proceed.