Marvel will be at Comic-Con 2013 in full force, as today they announced their plans to show off 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier,' 'Thor: The Dark World,' and have noted that they'll be talking about the "ever-expanding Marvel cinematic universe."

Marvel's panel will be held on Saturday, July 20 inside Hall H (obviously), with the focus being on their next two films ('Captain America' and 'Thor'). But as anyone who remembers last year, the studio went out of their way to drop scoops and unveil their upcoming movies.

There, Marvel announced that 'Ant-Man' was coming and showed test footage from it, gave us the release dates for 'Guardians of the Galaxy' and 'The Avengers 2,' and previewed all their other upcoming movies. With the studio having announced three untitled productions, it's more than likely we'll get some details about what those films are during their presentation.

Of course, with the mention of "ever expanding universe," that means it's likely we'll be getting a peek at Phase 3, but what we're most curious about is 'Ant-Man.' Obviously Edgar Wright (and his writing partner Joe Cornish) have been working on the project for years, and Wright is done with 'The World's End,' so it seems more than likely we'll find out when we'll see the character on the big screen during their panel.