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11 Big Reveals To Get Excited For At Comic-Con


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Suit up, entertainment enthusiasts.

San Diego Comic-Con kicks off Thursday, July 18, and this year's line-up has something for everyone.

What began in 1970 as a comic book convention that drew about 100 attendees, has morphed into a four-day celebration of all things pop culture-related.

Marvel, Fox, Sony, and Warner Bros. are slated to present some hotly anticipated superhero movie trailers, while "Breaking Bad,""Walking Dead," and "Dexter" fans can expect sneak peaks at these and other TV shows.

Out of all the panels, we've compiled what to be most excited for this year.

Panel highlights include appearances by Joss Whedon, Andrew Garfield ("The Amazing Spider-Man 2"), Harrison Ford ("Ender's Game"), Kristen Bell ("Veronica Mars" movie), Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul ("Breaking Bad"), and, rumor has it, Comic-Con newb Jennifer Lawrence ("Hunger Games: Catching Fire").

11. "Veronica Mars" cast reunion

The fan-funded film adaptation of "Veronica Mars" is still in production in Los Angeles, making a trailer debut unlikely.

But at Friday's panel, cast members Kristen Bell, Enrico Colantoni, Ryan Hansen, Jason Dohring, and others will spill behind-the-scenes stories about working together again.

10. "Dexter" series finale spoilers

The eighth and final season of the serial-killer drama "Dexter" is already airing on Showtime.

The panel — including Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter, and executive producers John Goldwyn and Sara Colleton — may address the spin-off buzz or rapid-fire twists expected in the remainder of the series end.

9. The "Amazing Spider Man 2" panel

Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man will be front and center at Sony's presentation, also featuring panels for "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2" and the "Robocop" remake.

Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone return in the Spidey franchise reboot, joined by Jamie Foxx as Electro. Don't expect Shailene Woodley. Her introduction as Mary Jane Watson was slashed from the sequel.

The panel also includes director Marc Webb, who has been showing off plenty of teaser photos from the upcoming film.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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