What Reveals & Trailers To Expect From DC At SDCC 2018: PART ONE -
AQUAMAN: With just five months to go until Aquaman's December 2018 release date, its trailer (let alone any footage from the movie whatsoever) feels overdue. Thankfully, fans don't have long to wait anymore, with the teaser trailer premiering at SDCC (and director James Wan recently hyping its release on his official Twitter account). Whether or not Jason Momoa or any of the cast (including Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Nicole Kidman, and Willem Dafoe) will be present to introduce the trailer remains to be seen, but given that Aquaman is the next movie in Warner Bros' DC lineup, chances are Warner Bros. will bulk up the promo as much as they can. SHAZAM!: Whereas movies like Aquaman and Wonder Woman 1984 have the benefit of familiarity - having already made appearances in the DCEU, as well as starring in a standalone movie, respectively - Shazam! is an exception. Based on the DC comic that follows a young boy who gains the power to transform into an adult superhero, Shazam! will follow up Aquaman with an April 2019 release; and though Warner Bros. never officially announced a trailer reveal for Comic-Con, the movie's cinematographer Maxime Alexandre revealed that it would premiere at SDCC via his personal Instagram account, suggesting some footage will screen and likely drop online. However, for any fans eager to get a sneak peek at the movie, some behind-the-scenes footage has leaked from the Odessa International Film Festival showcasing stars Zachary Levi, Jack Dylan Grazer, and Mark Strong. WONDER WOMAN 1984: Wonder Woman 1984 is scheduled to release in November 2019, but given the success of the first film, it's expected to have a key presence at SDCC. However, when it comes to the release of any official footage, that's less likely; if footage plays, it will probably only be to Hall H. For now, there are only talks that Gal Gadot will take the stage, and fans may have a first look at Cheetah and the possible confirmation of current mysteries (specifically for Pedro Pascal's unnamed role).
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