Here’s a round-up of all the best trailers that debuted at Comic-Con 2016

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A thrilling number of trailers for much-anticipated upcoming releases were put online this weekend after debuting at this year’s Com-Con International in San Diego. Here’s a round-up of some of the best ones:

1. “Suicide Squad”

We have another look at the villainous film which comes out August 5.

2. “Kong: Skull Island”

Among the many reboots of “King Kong,” this one features Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson and many more familiar faces. It will be in theaters March 2017.

3. “Wonder Woman”

We got to see Gal Gadot play a pretty stellar Wonder Woman in “Batman vs. Superman” and now it’s time for her own movie. Here’s the first look at “Wonder Woman” which comes out the summer of 2017.

4. “Justice League”

Though many people have their doubts about what director Zack Snyder can do with the DC heroes after “Batman vs. Superman,” the trailer for “Justice League” looks promising. It will be in theaters November 2017.

5. “American Gods”

Starz revelead its first trailer for the television series based on Neil Gaiman’s novel. It’s set to premiere in 2017.

6. “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”

This is the most detailed trailer we’ve been given since the film’s first, though it still doesn’t reveal much. The Wizarding World comes to New York this November.

7. “The Walking Dead: Season 7”

So this show is obviously not a new release but the trailer for season seven is. Last we saw in “The Walking Dead” there was a death that might devastate us all but who it was is still unknown. It premiers this October.

8. “The Defenders”

One of Marvel’s latest upcoming series is “The Defenders” which pairs up Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage and Iron Fist. The show streams worldwide in 2017.

9. “Doctor Strange”

Here we have the second trailer for “Doctor Strange,” starring Benedict Cumberbatch. The film debuts November 4.

10. “Star Trek: Discovery”

Trekkies got an exciting treat at this year’s Comic Con. A cryptic teaser for the CBS show was released and it appears “Discovery” will take place in the original series’ timeline.

 

 


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