The San Diego Comic-Con 2018 is in full swing this weekend and ET has everything you need to know – from new trailer premieres to casting announcements to exclusive interviews with the actors and makers of your favorite movies and TV -Shows. 19659002] Events on Thursday include panels for The Predator – Shane Black's upcoming sequel to the science fiction horror franchise – as well as popular television series such as Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Doctor Who, Star Wars: The Clone Wars and a Breaking Bad Reunion to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show's premiere.
ET will also have exclusive live interviews with the stars of Fear the Walking Dead, The Predator, Brooklyn Nine-Nine Doctor Who and Magnum PI ! We'll also have sit-downs with Kevin Smith and the castings of new shows such as the Charmed reboot, Tell Me a Story and more, so check back regularly for everything to keep from this year's comic-con surprises.
"Star Wars: The Clone Wars" After 201
In A Stunning Announcement During Clone Wars
On Thursday morning, chief executive Dave Filoni revealed that the beloved CG animated series will be revived after its uncensored cancellation in 2013.
The somewhat sneaky, non-Hall H panel was presented as a reflective 10-year anniversary of the series with Filoni and the Clone Wars performers and special guests honoring the original run of the October 2008 show – Marz 2014; and without Major Star Wars elsewhere during the congressional weekend, it seemed likely that the panel would focus solely on celebrating the past.
At the end of the panel, however, came the great revelation. The fans were shown a new trailer and a graphic with the hashtag "#CloneWarsSaved", which resulted in standing ovations from the crowd.
In typical Star Wars fashion, most of the details are still kept secret, though StarWars.com has officially announced that the series will be revived with 12 brand-new episodes on Disney's upcoming direct-to-revival. Consumer Streaming Service
& # 39; Doctor Who & # 39; drops a new trailer
The new Doctor Who team made a spectacular debut on Thursday at Comic-Con. php? op … 39 & Itemid = 32 They had their first public appearance in Halle Hall H and dropped a longer trailer with current recordings of the new season. Jodie Whittaker, who was announced as the franchise's first female medical practitioner in July 2017, made a memorable appearance in the one-hour discussion panel when she pretended to be late to make it to San Diego in time to find out that the Tardis "are not for personal use "was. But do not worry, Whittaker made it – and shook off a black hoodie slip that revealed her.
But Whittaker admitted it was difficult to keep her casting in the cult series – secret. "It was especially hard to keep it from close friends and family," admitted the actress, previously in the critically acclaimed British drama Broadchurch with Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall played often had to lie. "It was a good exercise because you can never say anything about the show!"
Chibnall collapsed as Whittaker was manned, as well as two of the new Companions played by Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill. "With Jodie it was the same answer for all three of them, they all came and auditioned and were fantastic, I wrote three special scenes for Jodie and then Jodie and other people came in and read, she just walked around the room and she was the one Doctor, "explained Chibnall. "You do not know what you're looking for until you see it, the energy, it was the doctor but it was new and fresh, it was funny and [engaging] she just nailed it, then we let her shoot two more scenes because we wanted to do our due diligence. "
Whittaker remembered filmed her first appearance in" Twice Upon a Time, "where she took over the previous Doctor Peter Capaldi. "It was incredibly nerve-wracking because the revelation had happened," she said, adding that she felt like a scammer – but in a good way. "I was in a different costume, I was nervous about touching anything, I felt like I was in someone else's shoes and it was a wonderful way to start this journey."
A new trailer from the new season , which premiered this fall, was also screened for the Hall H audience – and it's dark, fun and action-packed. "All this is new to me, new faces, new worlds, new times, so if I asked really, really nice, would you be my new best friends?" Whittaker's Doctor teased
& # 39; s Curse of La Llorona & # 39; attracts a terrifying fairy tale
Stars Linda Cardellini, Patricia Velásquez and Raymond Cruz joined ET's Keltie Knight to add their new supernatural horror movie to the Mexican legend of La Llorona "The Weeping Woman" mix, the mind of a mother who killed her children and now roams the life after death for new children to replace their own.
"Our parents tell us the story so we behave," Velásquez complained of the infamous tale. "If you do not behave, La Llorona will come and get you … The thing is, we believe so much that you still believe as an adult."
"The Predator" panel teases big battles and governors' goals
The first Hall H panel of Comic-Con 2018 featured Olivia Munn, Sterling K. Brown, Keegan-Michael Key, Trevante Rhodes and director Shane Black, along with a few more, for The Predator . (Unfortunately, no Jacob Tremblay comic-con would lie.) Much of the panel revolved around who would win in various battles between The Predator and other pop culture icons. The stone? "He throws the smile, he hits him with the wink," Brown joked. "I smell what The Rock is cooking."
Fans were also rewarded with the first excerpts from the movie – a comedic sequence of Munn's character who woke up in a motel room to meet the rest of the soldiers with the phrase, uh, "Eat your p * ssy," and a loud piece of action with a Predator fighting a bigger Predator outside a middle school. (Black mentioned "Roiding" back on the homeworld of the Predator.)
Hall H was full of heavy petting, hijinks and, perhaps the biggest surprise of the day, Sterling K. Brown's very impressive Wookie look. Plus, a bit of politics for a good measure – OG Predator stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jesse Ventura were both governors. "I'm running for the governor of the state of California," Munn said dryly. "I would like to have all the votes." She also gave her voice to Brown and Key – Brown-Key 2020! – laughing with Brown: "That's a lot of blackness."
& # 39; Tell me a story & # 39; Over a & # 39; Dawson's Creek & # 39; Reunion!
The Stars of Tell Me A Story Paul Wesley and James Wolk, along with executive producer Kevin Williamson, sat down with ET's Keltie Knight to tell them all about her upcoming CBS All-Access series, a dark reinterpretation of popular fairy tales based on the Mexican series, Habia una vez.
But we could not help but ask Williamson who also Dawson's Creek on the cast of this cast for their recent Entertainment Weekly cover and ob or not from future meetings. "Let's just say, there's been talk," he answered shyly, saying that he was "obliged to secrecy" for further details. "It's because of [that cover] getting everyone together to remind us all about how special this time was."
Meet the new & # 39; magnum PI & # 39;
Jay Hernandez and Perdita Weeks were first at ET to tell Kevin Frazier all about the Magnum PI reboot on September 24 on CBS. Hernandez will take over Tom Selleck's iconic role and acknowledge that he has big shoes to fill. Comic-Con-First-Class Week will feature Juliet Higgins, a former MI-6 agent.
Hernandez and Weeks played shyly when they asked if we could expect some of the original performers to show up. "It definitely talked about it," Hernandez said. "But here's the deal, you have to watch the show, we definitely try to make it happen."