Comic Con Day 3 News Round up!


Saturday is the second-to-last day, but there is still plenty of news to talk about.

First things first, the Batman and Superman movie was confirmed at the Warner Bros. panel. Man of Steel director Zack Snyder took to the stage, had Man of Steel actor Harry Lennix read a passage from The Dark Knight, and boom! The iconic Batman and Superman logos combined as one flashed on screen!


World of WarCraft announced a movie at the Legendary Pictures Panel, which is slated to start filming early next year. The concept for the movie was shown without a trailer.


A new trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was revealed at LionsGate’s Hunger Games panel.

You can watch the trailer here!


Jennifer Lawrence briefly discussed her character’s state of mind after winning the hunger games. Katniss is living comfortably, but is dissatisfied with the situation. She also humorously discussed what her most difficult stunt is: basic running.

Godzilla made a comeback at Comic Con. Director Gareth Edwards and stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, and Bryan Cranston were there to talk a little about the movie. They just wrapped up filming, so the sizzle trailer, which has not been released to the public, was the only thing shown. The movie is set to be released May 16, 2014.


Another monster makes its long awaited debut in I, Frankenstein. Aaron Eckhart and Yvonne Strahovski joined writer-director Stuart Beattie and creator Kevin Grevioux at San Diego Comic-Con’s huge Hall H today to debut footage.

Check out the full interview here!

The trailer shows Frankenstein battling gargoyles and demons – pretty action-packed!


The movie is set to be released in 2015.

And, in sadder news, How I Met your Mother and Futurama will be saying farewell as both series come to a close this year.

That wraps it up for day three of Comic Con!

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