Superhero and sci-fi followers received a glimpse of the future over the weekend, as a slew of trailers, teasers and in-person panels thrilled the crowds at the annual Comic-Con in San Diego.

Among the highlights: Disney’s
Marvel introduced its plans for Phase 5 and 6 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and launched the first have a look at the upcoming “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”; Warner Bros.
confirmed off Dwayne Johnson as the superhero “Black Adam”; and Lionsgate
teased the subsequent installment of Keanu Reeves’ “John Wick” motion pictures.

Here’s what you might need missed, and what to look at for in the coming months (and years):

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’

Chadwick Boseman died in 2020, however Ryan Coogler’s huge superhero hit “Black Panther” returns for a sequel coming Nov. 11. Set to a stirring musical mashup that includes Tems masking Bob Marley’s “No Woman, No Cry” sliding into Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright,” the teaser picks up in the aftermath of  T’Challa’s demise and balances stirring feelings with hints of livid motion.

Disney additionally introduced the subsequent phases of the MCU, with Phase 5 kicking off with “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” and ending with “Thunderbolts” in July 2024. That section will embrace the third and closing “Guardians of the Galaxy” film on May 5, 2023; a “Blade” reboot Nov. 3, 2023; and “Captain America and the New World Order,” that includes Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson, on May 3, 2024. Phase 6 will embrace a long-awaited “Fantastic Four” film in November 2024 and conclude with two motion pictures, “Avengers: The Kang Dynasty,” set for May 2, 2025, adopted by “Avengers: Secret Wars,” on Nov. 7, 2025.

‘Black Adam’ and a ‘Shazam!’ sequel

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stars as a superhero with god-like powers in the DC Comics adaptation of “Black Adam,” coming Oct. 21. Warner Bros. unveiled one other DC film, the sequel “Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” starring Zachary Levi and Lucy Liu, which is able to hit theaters Dec. 21.

‘John Wick 4’

Fans received their first have a look at Keanu Reeves returning as the hitman who can’t assist however kill a complete lot of individuals, coming March 24, 2023.

‘Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’

Amazon’s Prime Video is ready to launch Season 1 of this eight-episode, epic “Lord of the Rings” prequel Sept. 2. With a second season already deliberate and an total price ticket (including licensing rights) reportedly topping $1 billion, that is set to be the costliest TV manufacturing ever.

‘House of the Dragon’

HBO’s “Game of Thrones” sequel sequence “House of the Dragon,” set to premiere Aug. 21, received a closing trailer, that includes some severe dragon-doings.

‘Dungeons & Dragons’: Honor Among Thieves’

Another epic fantasy story, however Chris Pine, Regé-Jean Page, and Michelle Rodriguez will convey a bit of comedy to this Paramount
film coming in March 2023:

‘She-Hulk’ and ‘I Am Groot’

Disney+ teased a pair of recent sequence coming later this month, with a full trailer for the authorized superhero comedy “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” (Aug. 17), starring Tatiana Maslany, Tim Roth and Mark Ruffalo, and “I Am Groot” (Aug. 10), a sequence of 5 shorts that includes the lovable now-shrub from “Guardians of the Galaxy,” voiced by Vin Diesel:

And that’s not even all. Here are another highlights of coming sights from Apple
TV+, Comcast’s
Peacock, Paramount+
and extra:

‘Tales of the Walking Dead’
‘The Walking Dead’
‘Mythic Quest’
‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’
‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’
‘Beavis and Butt-Head’
‘The Sandman’
‘National Treasure: Edge of History’
‘Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur’
‘Interview With the Vampire’
‘Vampire Academy’
‘He-Man and the Masters of the Universe’


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