Now that we're getting closer to Comic-Con 2013 in San Diego, it's time to start planning, especially since more and more panel appearances are being announced.

While we had an inkling that Marvel and Lucasfilm would be leaving out their upcoming lineups from the convention's events (you can read more about that here), new reports state that 'Captain America 2,' at least, will be hitting up Comic-Con 2013 with its own panel.

This comes from the intrepid El Mayimbe, who announced his findings on Twitter, saying 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' will have a confirmed presence with a panel hitting Saturday, July 20 in Hall H, tentatively running from 3 or 4 PM until 6 PM. But will this entire time slot consist entirely of The Cap. goodies? Probably not,.

Also announced are the unconfirmed appearances of 'Thor 2: The Dark World' and the increasingly hyped 'Guardians of the Galaxy.' At last year's Comic-Con, Marvel officially announced 'Thor 2' as well as the 'Guardians' lineup through their panel, so hopefully we'll get to see more previews from both of these, since filming has wrapped for the former and the entire cast will hopefully be assembled by then for the latter.

So far, Bryan Singer pretty much confirmed that 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' will also be making a panel appearance this year, so hopefully Disney's Marvel properties will get their acts together. In the mean time, which movies are you most excited to hear from? What about 'Star Wars'? Do you think this also means Disney will be reserving a panel for the upcoming 'Episode 7'-led trilogy?

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