Justice League and Aquaman are headed to San Diego Comic-Con 2017 as part of the Warner Bros. Hall H panel on Saturday, July 22, starting at 11 AM and moderated by Talking Dead‘s Chris Hardwick.
Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher are all set for the Justice League presentation, but there’s no mention of Superman actor Henry Cavill in the press release. Details about what’s in store from Aquaman are being kept under wraps, including which cast members are attending the event besides Momoa.
Warner Bros. is also bringing Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve to the panel, with cast members Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Robin Wright, Lennie James and Mackenzie Davis. Also confirmed for the Blade Runner 2049 portion of the panel are the film’s writers, Hampton Fancher and Michael Green.
Last but not least, Steven Spielberg is appearing on the panel to discuss his upcoming adaptation of Ernest Cline’s dystopian science-fiction novel Ready Player One, with Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, T.J. Miller, as well as co-writer Zak Penn and Cline himself.
The studio has also announced that it’s hosting a screening of its upcoming horror pic Annabelle: Creation on July 19, followed by a Q&A with director David F. Sandberg and several cast members. More details on that as well as the rest of WB’s Comic-Con plans can be found by clicking here.
San Diego Comic-Con 2017 kicks off on July 20. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for more updates and live coverage from the event.
The Top 10 Episodes Of ‘Justice League’
Wonder Woman is breaking record after record, and everyone loves it! Twitter erupted with praise for the first-ever female led super hero film. This praise bodes well for the future of the once murky DC Extended Universe. But with Wonder Woman being this successful, it means that the next film in DC’s slate has even more work cut out for it. Justice League will be the ultimate test of whether the DCEU can truly handle an ensemble super hero cast.
It’s always difficult to juggle a couple of heroes on screen, let alone six or seven. Hopefully director Zack Snyder did his research in determining how to get the formula right. Assuming he did, he almost certainly watched Cartoon Network’s Justice League. As the final series in Bruce Timm’s DC Animated Universe, Justice League brought together Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern and Hawkgirl for the first time on screen. The series was bold, dramatic and inventive. It placed character first, often only focusing on only 3 or 4 heroes per episode in order to give them maximum character weight.
The formula worked amazingly, giving us some of the greatest storytelling ever seen in television animation. It also led to acclaimed spin-off Justice League Unlimited, which added dozens of heroes to the roster. The spin-off series was much more serialized, improving the storytelling but losing some of the great character focus. That’s why it’s the original Justice League series that provides the best example of how to tell a story with seven DC characters. It’s the example we hope Zack Snyder looked to for inspiration.
Before we look to the future of the Justice League, let’s have a look back at the past. These are the top 10 episodes of Justice League. Click next to get started!