In about a couple of weeks, San Diego Comic-Con 2017’s Hall H will be plush with Warner Brothers’ line-up of movies such as DC’s Justice League and Aquaman flicks, Blade Runner 2049 (starring Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling), Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One, and more of the WB’s 2017-2018 upcoming movies, according to Deadline Hollywood. Hall H will likely be a packed arena full of fans and media, so this is something for sci-fi geeks to get excited about. The show starts at 11 a.m. Pacific Time.
Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, Ezra Miller, and Aquaman director James Wan will be on stage. They’ll be front and center at the San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H to show off and talk about the Justice League and Aquaman solo flick.
Folks of Ernest Cline’s film adaptation, Ready Player One, will be appearing as well. This line-up will include Steven Spielberg; Cline, who co-wrote the flick; and co-screenwriter Zak Penn. The stars from the movie will be there as well, which will include X-Men: Apocalypse‘s Tye Sheridan, Deadpool‘s T.J. Miller, and Bates Motel‘s Olivia Cooke. The movie is scheduled to debut on March 30, 2018.
The SDCC 2017 will also have on deck the cast of Blade Runner 2049, which will include big-time celebrity Harrison Ford. Following up will be Ryan Gosling, Walking Dead‘s Lennie James, Wonder Woman and Princess Bride‘s Robin Wright, Overdrive‘s Ana de Armas, Renegade‘s Sylvia Hoeks, and Black Mirror‘s Mackenzie Davis. By the way, Lennie will also be doing an appearance with The Walking Dead panel.
Alcon Entertainment, which will be involved with the Blade Runner 2049 mobile game slated for Oct. 6, will be opening for their product. Writers Hampton Fancher and Michael Green will be on-site, as well as director Denis Villeneuve.
Other Warner Bros. movie additions in Hall H will include Atomic Blonde, which Cinema Blend recently reported features a clip of Charlize Theron beating life and limb out of James McAvoy’s character. Also appearing is Annabelle: Creation, another sequel of the creepy doll, which will be doing its screening come Wednesday, July 19, at Westfield Horton Plaza. A Q/A session will follow. The film itself opens Aug. 11.
Another fascinating addition for Warner Bros. is a VR experience called “Stephen King’s IT: a VR school bus experience.” That venue will be located at Petco Park at the Interactive Zone. There is also the panel for the LEGO Ninjago movie.
So it looks like San Diego Comic-Con 2017’s Warner Bros. slate is something to look forward to.
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