I must first begin by apologizing for the lateness of this post. I had meant to post it sooner, but as soon as I got home from the show I became so swamped that I was never able to write about it. Please don’t take the 2 week buffer between the end of the show and my post as any indication relating to my feelings on the show.
FX has unveiled the first footage of its forthcoming “X-Men”-inspired drama series “Legion” which is being handled by “Fargo” showrunner Noah Hawley. The series marks the latest Marvel TV series and first for the studio on basic cable.
Dan Stevens plays David Haller, a man who is diagnosed with schizophrenia and learns that the visions and voices in his head might be more real than he once realized. Aubrey Plaza also stars in the show which is expected to debut sometime early next year.
Day 2 started out much the same as day one. We headed over to the San Diego Convention Center early, playing Pokemon Go along the way. Friday’s crowds were bigger than Thursday, yet more organized than previous years.
Warner Bros. Animation has officially announced the titles for the next three films in its DC Animated Original films line-up: “Justice League Dark,” “Teen Titans: The Judas Contract,” and a “Batman and Harley Quinn” original by Bruce Timm.
The three follow on from next week’s release of “Batman: The Killing Joke” which just had its world premiere at San Diego Comic-Con last night and has been scoring rave reviews so far for its adaptation of the Alan Moore comic.
John Constantine and Swamp Thing are confirmed to be a part of “Justice League Dark.” Timm will create a new and original story for the Harley Quinn project which will score a release next summer.
Earlier Thursday at the a panel dedicated to Cartoon Network’s upcomng new animated series, Warner Bros. Television delivered news about Justice League Action, now they’re showing some highlights.
Check out this SDCC highlight clip WBTV just released to the wild – including Patton Oswalt as Space Cabbie:
The full film and TV line-up for this year’s San Diego Comic Con has been released and more than ever before the balance has shifted from movies to television with many major shows and upcoming new series all getting panels or major screenings. Films on the other hand are few and far between, in fact Friday – once a film haven in Hall H – has given way completely to TV panels.