The movie version could get stuck in the spaceship (or on the way to Quentin Tarantino's new borders), but the incarnation with the small screen
Star Trek warps at full speed. Most exciting at this point is the series starring Patrick Stewart as his legendary Star Trek: The Next Generation character Jean-Luc Picard. Star Trek: Picard catch up with him later in life after leaving Starfleet but itching for a new adventure and unresolved issues in his past. Cue a new crew and some familiar faces, starring TNG shipmates Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes, and Marina Sirtis, who were announced as emerging, as well as Star Star Trek: Voyager Jeri Ryan. Our James Dyer is still glowing. The show should be on CBS Access in the US and on Netflix by the end of the year.
Elsewhere at the front of
Trek Discovery is getting stronger The third season is scheduled for next year and at least one new casting in the form of David Ajala's Cleveland Booker. The story will find the crew in 1000 years in the future after going through a wormhole at the end of Season 2.
Also announced? Further
Short Trek's episodes with six stand-alone stories featuring Hecht and Spock, as well as Tribbles, a few animated adventures, and something that culminates in Picard .
Finally, there was
Lower Decks the comic animation of the Trek Universe . The cast includes Tawny Newsome, Jack Quaid, Noel Wells, Eugene Cordero, Jerry O Connell, Fred Tatasciore, Dawnn Lewis and Gillian Vigman. The first 10 episodes will be released next year. Tom Cruise came up with a Top Gun: Maverick Trailer
It may not sound like a comic-con-friendly title, but the sequel to
Top Gun has a secret weapon: Laser Beams! Sorry, Tom Cruise. Which is almost the same. Cruise surprisingly returned to the stage of Hall H at the end of the panel of Terminator: Dark Fate to explain how excited he was to be back in San Diego (where much of the original and the new Films were filmed) and the trailer to Top Gun: Maverick show. Which did not disappoint, to combine nostalgia with a look into the future and to focus on Pete "Maverick" Mitchell of Cruise, who is still in high demand after all these years. The movie is due only next summer, but the anticipation is far above the hard deck.
Terminator: Dark Fate unveiled a recurring character
Director Tim Miller had Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Mackenzie Davies and the rest of the main cast for
Terminator: Dark Fate (plus producer James Cameron via video message), but the actual conversation covered several topics. Miller revealed that Edward Furlong will, in a sense, be back as John Connor. The movie will be R-rated and everyone except Arnie will throw F-bombs to keep up with the real shells and bullets.
It: Chapter Two has published an intense new trailer
The director Andy Muschietti and his team
It: Chapter Two have the Skipping main convention The first night, a shop in a ScareDiego presentation opened in the city's Gaslamp district. We have a brand new look for the horror movie, with the latest trailer and some new scenes. The trailer can be found above, and the movie itself will be released on September 6th.
Kevin Smith returned to earlier successes
Screenwriter / Director / Director Kevin Smith is a comic-con main prop who is usually one of his anecdotal, sprawling Q & A sessions in Hall H This year he also had a new movie to tease when he re-visited the "View Askewniverse" that debuted. The trailer for
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot actually arrived a few days before the panel, but Smith did not disappoint that day.
The Walking Dead extended its zombie reach
The Walking Dead is a regular player at Comic-Con, the zombie Apocalypse, Thanks to the show's huge attendance, it quickly became big in Hall H. This year, there was even more news than just the usual cast of new castings (Thora Birch and Kevin Carroll joining the main show) and teasers for future episodes. The franchise is growing again for a new, third, yet unnamed show, and it has been announced that the films will be screened in the cinemas following Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes, a big step forward for the team.
Henry Cavill fought monsters in The Witcher Teaser
A fantasy series adapted from books that have become best sellers of video games ? Starring Henry Cavill? Pure Comic-Con Catnip. Cavill explained how he upset the producers until he got the role of Rivia's Geralt and created a teaser for the series that shows all the magic and monsters you could wish for.
The new Trailer from Watchmen provided new insights  VIDEO
Watchmen was another of those series that had no podium presence at the event and had decided to promote an "activation" or photo campaign for themselves , But there was a new trailer that dived deeper into the world of Damon Lindelof's latest show. In the universe of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons Watchmen but no direct adaptation, this channels the spirit of the graphic novel, but is more interested in the consequences of its events and some of the characters (yes, this is Dr. Manhattan).
Westworld looked to a new world
As it seems normal for
Westworld There was no real news about what we can expect when the third season runs around in 2020. But some of the showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy as well as cast members Thandie Newton, Aaron Paul, Tessa Thompson, Evan Rachel Wood and Jeffrey Wright have been thinking about AI and how their characters will react to new situations in the next episode. The trailer also starred and featured Woods Dolores in the real world and Newton's Maeve in the fight against the Nazis in a sector of Westworld Park in World War II.
His dark materials provided a new trailer
Given that the new TV adaptation of Philip Pullman's books is from both Beeb and HBO It was self-evident that it would be big. And with stars like Lin-Manuel Miranda, James McAvoy, and Ruth Wilson in the cast, it would have been possible to predict that the panel would sound loud. The latest trailer took a close look at the show and caused a stir.
The Expanse launched its next mission
Science Fiction series
The Expanse was launched this year by Amazon before a quick exit from the Rescued the airlock rejection, and as the fourth season of the show targets a release date in December, the cast and producers hit the Con to thank the fans and the show from a trailer. It's good to have the Rocinante team back.
The Snowpiercer TV adaptation was incorporated into
from Bong Joon-Ho's science fiction film of 2013.
Snowpiercer had his own difficult journey to the screen. A history of the world in the years since an experiment to reverse global warming has led to a frozen, destroyed planet and the remnants of humanity have been found all at once. As in the train, we can expect class hostility to ferment, mutiny to increase, and a real collision to begin. The cast includes Jennifer Connelly, Daveed Diggs, Alison Wright, Mickey Sumner, Susan Park, Iddo Goldberg, Katie McGuinness, Lena Hall, Annalize Basso and Sam Otto. And the trailer was premiered, which you will find above.
Carnival Row explores its main characters
The elongated fantasy project was once a screenplay by
Pacific Rim Travis Beacham (he is always still involved), the Amazon show had released a few teasers before the event. Two new featurettes depict the characters of Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, a man and a fairy world involved in a political struggle between humans and magical creatures, in which issues of immigration, race and hatred overlap. The show itself will debut on the 30th of August.