SDCC 2017: Watch all the best trailers released This year’s San Diego Comic-Con just wrapped up its four-day run, geeking out all the pop-culture nerds around the world. The SDCC is basically the haven of all things comics, movies and TV shows and since some time now have been bringing up Hollywood biggies under one roof.
The Comic-con also saw the release of various trailers of upcoming films and shows and it is a hard time keeping a track of all of them. So after we got over with geeking out on trailers, we compiled the best ones for you. 1/10 Thor: Ragnarok The second trailer of the much-awaited offering by Marvel this year includes Thor being beaten up by good ol’ Hulk, the goddess of death raining hell on Asgard, Thor putting together a team feat. Hulk, Valkyrie and his evil brother Loki, Hulk’s showdown with the giant-giant wolf Fenris and Thor just showing off his lightning powers to Hela. It’s the ultimate trailer teasing and raising the bar of these films as the MCU nears the all-star extravaganza, Avengers: Infinity War.
[ Watch] 2/10 Marvel’s Inhumans Marvel’s ambitious project about a superhuman race on Attilan dropped a new trailer during Comic-Con as it will be premiering in IMAX on September 1 eventually making it to your TV screens from September 29. The Inhuman Royal Family is engaged in a military coup where the king Black Bolt is questioned by his brother Maximus and follows his escape to Hawaii on Earth.
[ Watch] 3/10 Kingsman: The Golden Circle The sequel to the surprising Kingsman: The Secret Service, in its second trailer shows us the American counterpart of the titular secret service agency, the Statesman. After the headquarters of the Kingsman is destroyed by The Golden Circle, they join hands with the Statesman.
[ Watch] 4/10 Stranger Things Season 2 Set to the chilling tune of Michael Jackson’s Thriller, Netflix’s hit series Stranger Things released its Season 2 trailer during Comic-Con. The trailer teases us with more supernatural horrors, throwbacks to the 80’s, the gang and yes, more Eleven! We just can’t wait enough for the second season.
[ Watch] 5/10 Star Trek: Discovery The iconic sci-fi franchise will debut its new series, Star Trek: Discovery which is set 10 years before the events of The Original Series and revolves around the Starfleet-Klingon conflict. But what brought back the Star Trek nerdiness to us was the reveal that the protagonist, First Officer Michael Burnham is in fact sister to Spock and was adopted by Sarek and Amanda!
[ Watch] 6/10 Marvel’s The Defenders The culmination of four Marvel’s characters developed for Netflix; Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist assemble to save the city of New York from Sigourney Weaver’s villainous character Alexandra. The Defenders will also bring back characters from each of the show’s titular heroes lives and we are looking forward to the show's premiere after the disastrous Iron Fist.
[ Watch] 7/10 Bright Netflix’s big budget fantasy film stars Will Smith and Joel Edgerton as a human and an Orc cop who go out one night, patrolling the city only to face a threat that grants all wishes of its wielder. In Bright’s universe, humans and supernatural creatures exist together.
[ Watch] 8/10 Justice League Another outing from DC which brings together all the current heroes from the studio while introducing Flash and Aquaman with a hint of Green Lantern. The Justice League trailer also gives us our first glimpse at Steppenwolf, the military leader of Apokolips and uncle to Darkseid. From the looks of it, Justice League has all the adrenaline pumping action sequences with our heroes battling it out with Steppenwolf and the Parademons. We’re pretty much pumped up for this particular film after Wonder Woman.
[ Watch] 9/10 Westworld Season 2 There’s chaos ensuing in Westworld after that epic first season finale. Playing to the tune of I Gotta Be Me by Sammy Davis Jr, the trailer for the second season of Westworld shows gives you a feeling that the age of the robots has arrived and the party is over. Though, this trailer might be the only footage we see of the second season for a while now because Westworld doesn’t return until sometime in 2018.
[ Watch] 10/10 Ready Player One The film by Steven Spielberg is based on Ernest Cline’s novel of the same name which is set in the year 2044, a dystopian future torn by global warming and an energy crisis. Wade Owen Watts, the protagonist climbs down various trailers to visit his hidden van and enter the world of Oasis through a virtual reality headset. The plot revolves around Wade trying to find out a way to win a virtual game which will give him the game’s access. The film is filled with pop-culture references of the 80’s such as the time machine from Back to the Future and elements from The Lord of the Rings among others. Ready Player One seems to be a visual treat for us nerds.