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What To Expect From Warner Bros. Panel At SDCC



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We’re only one month away from Warner Bros. highly anticipated panel at this year’s SDCC. I don’t know if it’s just me, but this year’s panel seems to be one of the most anticipated ever amongst the fans. This is mainly because we’re finally going to catch a glimpse of Aquaman and Shazam! footage for the first time. Also, I have to talk about the elephant in the room here which is the fallout out from Justice League which has left many people not having much faith in the studio’s formidable future.

This will be a great opportunity to bring the whole fanbase together by focusing on what’s to come rather than dwelling on the past events. This panel will also be important for the general audience too. Let’s be honest if you’re reading this you’re most likely going to watch any DC film regardless of what it is. But that’s not where the studio makes the majority of its money when it comes to the Box Office. By looking at Justice League’s Box Office numbers you can tell that it just didn’t connect with the public. So while this panel is for the fans it will also be crucial for winning back the public in general who were disappointed with Justice League.

So what has been confirmed for SDCC?

The three main films that have been confirmed for the Warner Bros. panel so far are Aquaman, Shazam and Wonder Woman 1984:


Aquaman, in general, is easily one of the most anticipated films that will be at SDCC this year. Fans have been waiting so long just to get some footage of James Wan’s take on the underwater world of Atlantis and we don’t have to wait much longer. Last week James Wan took to Twitter and announced that the debut trailer will be shown at the panel next month. We should expect it to surface online shortly after it’s shown to the people who are attending in person. Other than the trailer I’m expecting the full cast/director to be there for the press conference where they talk about the film and take questions from the audience.

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