San Diego Comic-Con has become a mecca of popular culture and this year's convention is no different.
The Internet has been set in motion while fandoms are celebrating cult classics over the much awaited TV and movie releases.
Here is a brief outline of the biggest news so far.
. 1 We get the biggest glimpse of the new Look Doctor Who
When the doctor is regenerated, it marks the beginning of a major change in the series ̵
We all know that Jodie Whittaker takes the lead and Comic-Con fans were confronted with a look at the first female doctor at a time when sex is a huge hot topic in film and television.
Showrunner Chris Chibnall, who was part of a panel that consisted of Whittaker, her companions Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole, as well as executive producer Matt Strevens, said this series is different since it was the first time color writers along with female guest authors, Presented to directors and publishers.
"People need to know what the business is for them," said Strevens.
The trailer, which was shown to audiences, also seemed to confirm rumors that an episode will examine the civil rights movement in the United States.
One shot shows the doctor and her friends in front of a building that bears more than a strong resemblance to the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee, where Martin Luther King was shot in 1968.
In the background, the words "Montgomery Motor Freight" can easily be made out. In the city of Montgomery, Rosa Parks refused to place her seat in a bus to a white passenger and was arrested. It sparked big protests with Parks and a young Martin Luther King. Montgomery later became known as the home of the civil rights movement.
The crowd saw not only the new trailer, but also the new sonic screwdriver of the doctor.
Whittaker revealed it to the fans on stage and it seemed to have been. Www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op…27&Itemid=47 I had a whole new makeover, though the screwdriver still has its had an iconic sound, so you do not have to panic. Breaking Bad lives on!
No, you do not stumble, it's really been 10 years since Breaking Bad was successful.
The Story of Walter White's Transformation from Cancer Teacher to Drug Overlord – in Collaboration with Former Student Jesse Pinkman (19659002) Leading actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have become superstars.
Despite the five-season ending in 2013, Paul admitted he still missed playing the loveable villain – but luckily he found one (19659030) BBC News – UK, Breaking Bad-style Ricin Buyer Caged for Eight Years
The actor proudly presents his five-month-old daughter Story, who stole the show in the yellow protective suit and protective mask that made her father famous.
The couple joined the creator and showrunner Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Center, Walt Jr. Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman) and Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring) to celebrate their impact …. and to tease the future.
When we were asked when we first saw Walter and Jesse on the screen, Gilligan said it would be "painfully negligent" if the couple did not perform on the prequel show Better Call Saul.
And fathom for a Pinkman / White? "Everything is possible," he said.
. 3 Brooklyn Nine-Nine killed the house
The enthusiastic applause that struck the Brooklyn Nine Nine cast proved why NBC rescued the discarded Fox show in the midst of a huge fan campaign.
The Emmy and Golden Globe-winning sitcom covered important topics – including police profiles and bisexual portrayals.
The group discussed Beatriz's figure, Detective Rosa Diaz, who appeared as bisexual – a watershed on the US television network.
"Dan Goor was interested in the idea that Rosa might be weird … but he asked me what I thought of it," Diaz said.
"He wanted a bisexual voice in the Scribe's Room, [and] it's just that the person they wanted to play was Bi, too."
"I was really happy to have a voice and, for me at least, it really reflected what's happening in my own life," she added.
. 4 It: Chapter Two Was Teased
It Director Andy Muschietti Could Not Participate in Comic-Con Because He's Just Filming It: Chapter Two in Toronto
It has an All Stars cast, including Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader and plays 27 years after the first movie, for reasons we do not spoil for anyone who has not seen the first movie.
A few teasers were released, including a picture of the young Beverly (Sophia Lillis) alongside the adult Beverly (Chastain)
Although the film had only been in production for a few weeks, clips were the first reading of adult performers
sees the characters reunited for the first time in a Chinese restaurant since they made a pact in the summer of 1989.
Fans of Stephen King's novel wait a while for the movie, which will be released in September 2019
5. Charmed fans got a first look at the reboot show
Cast and executive producers of The CW Networks' Charmed re-boat teamed up at the Comic-Con to discuss the show, especially how closely it will follow the original.
The fans were shown the pilot episode ahead of the Q & A
Executive Producer Jennie Snyder Urman said it was a good time to restart the series because "the original is so much of feminine empowerment and sisterhood of women who take over the world and I think we need that right now. "
The original show, which ran from 1998 to 2006, saw three sisters realize that they were witches and the same requirement exists in the reboot unless they have some more modern issues to deal with.
Jessica O & # 39; Toole, another producer, has raised fans about the demons that will hit the Charmed sisters. You make jokes about a demon who has the ability to own your Fitbit, which we all know would be terribly frightening. The show will star Madeleine Mantock, Melonie Diaz, and Sarah Jeffery as sisters and will be released in October.
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