Comic-Con 2012: Captain America, Thor Get Subtitles, Guardian of the Galaxy Dated, Ant-Man Previewed and MoreDamon Houx |
Though we'll have more coverage of the event as it unfolds, Marvel has been dropping nuggets like crazy at Comic-Con 2012 about 'Thor 2,' 'Captain America 2,' 'Guardians of the Galaxy' and 'Ant-Man.' Check out what we know, and check out the new art for these titles.
The 'Thor' sequel got an official subtitle. It's not just 'Thor 2' now, it's 'Thor: The Dark World' and it's due out November 8, 2013.
'Captain America 2' also got an official subtitle, it's now 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier.' The Russo Brothers-helmed film hits theaters April 4, 2014, and it seems like a nod to the Ed Brubaker run of the comic book.
'Guardians of the Galaxy' has been confirmed, and is set to be released August 1, 2014. And now there's some concept art online (click to see it in hi-res):
Edgar Wright made a surprise appearance at Comic-Con and showed off his test footage from 'Ant-Man.' That means we'll probably be seeing 'Ant-Man' in 2015 if all goes well. Having Wright there at Comic-con to show the footage makes it seem like they're going to actually make it, but there's still no official green light. Word from the room is that his test footage played like gangbusters. Here's the announcement that makes it look like it's happening, but there's no date set:
Ben Kingsley is playing Mandarin in 'Iron Man 3,' That film is due May 3, 2013. Here's that graphic:
The panel is now finished, but keep your eyes on ScreenCrush for all of the breaking San Diego Comic-Con news.