If you weren’t at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend( and likely if you were ), you were likely super jazzed about the sheer quantity of Tv and cinema trailers scheduled to drop over the weekend. In a year without a big Marvel or Game of Thrones existence, these trailers still maintained us on our toes and got us psyched for next year’s entertainment.
Here are our favorite trailers from Comic-Con 2018.
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The sequel to M. Night Shyamalan’s Split and Unbreakable both catches up with David Dunn( Bruce Willis ), Elijah Price( Samuel L. Jackson ), and The Horde( James McAvoy) at the two institutions, under the observation of specialist Ellie Staple( Sarah Paulson ). She focuses specifically on the fact that all three of them feel like they own superhuman ability, but can they?
There might be hope yet in the DC Extended Universe, where team-ups like Batman v. Superman: Sunup of Justice and Justice League have fallen flat but the success of standalone Wonder Woman still wows. Aquaman introduces a dazzling underwater kingdom, a reluctant prince( hunky Jason Momoa, even with questionable wardrobe alternatives ), and a rivalry that threatens beasts of both country and sea.
Fantastic Animals: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Newt Scamander( Eddie Redmayne) heads to Paris on behalf of Albus Dumbledore( Jude Law) to fight the dark wizard Grindelwald( Johnny Depp ). The trailer renders us minimal Depp( good ), lots of Dumbledore( v good ), and even a flair of charming No-Maj( Muggle) Jacob Kowalski( Dan Fogler ), as wide-eyed as ever by the magical world.
We feel the same way, Jacob.
Godzilla: Tycoon of the Monsters
Listen, if we’re just talking trailers, Godzilla has it all: A stacked cast( Vera Farmiga! Kyle Chandler! O’Shea Jackson Jr .! Charles freaking Dance !), Millie Bobby Brown talking about monsters( as she does ), apocalyptic visuals, and a freaking “Claire De Lune” playing throughout.
This creepy novella from George R.R. Martin is as chilling on screen as on the page.
The Teen Titans are going live- and explicit- in this introduction to DC Universe.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
The Walking Dead Season 9
Rick and Michonne may be in over their managers when the indicate returns in October.
Doctor Who Series 11
Star Trek: Discovery Season 2
As if we weren’t already looking forward to CBS All Access’ reached space caper, Season 2 will add our friendly neighborhood Vulcan, Mr. Spock.
Fear the Walking Dead Season 4
In contrast with the grimdark Walking Dead trailer, FTWD ‘s return looks…kind of funny? We requirement the stress relief, so we’ll take it.
Iron Fist Season 2
If we’ve got to put up with more Danny Rand, at least we get a heaping dose of Colleen Wing( Jessica Henwick ). And she’s still with Misty Knight( Simone Missick ), so can we establish Daughters of the Dragonofficial already?
Better Call Saul Season 4
Saul followers know to take their blessings, and the upcoming season may have quite a few. We’ll eventually hit the Walter White era in Saul Goodman’s life, and though we won’t discover our core Bad attributes, we will see someone else from that time.
Supergirl Season 4
TV’s foremost female superhero( we’d count Jessica Jones, but she’d probably detest that) pilots back to the CW in October. We couldn’t was becoming increasingly ready- and not just because the show is adding TV’s first trans hero. Talk about super.
Universal’s terrifying movie franchise will get a 10 -episode TV run. The trailer maintains things generic, but by now we know the gist: For one day a year, all violation is legal, and it’s frightening as shit! So, uh, 10 hours of that, please.