Marvel fans are certainly hyped about the upcoming announcements at SDCC 2016. Although movie news on Spider-man: Homecoming and Captain Marvel are hanging by a thread, it looks like the studio has more surprises up its sleeves.
While most of the fans are looking forward to the panel, Marvel has set up various events all around SDCC to keep its fans engaged throughout the day. Fortunately, we got our hands on the entire schedule.
According to Marvel, SDCC 2016 attendees can reach out to their favorite stars and personalities for autographs at Booth #2329 from Thursday to Sunday. Stan Lee will be available for signing on Sunday at 12:00-12:30 PM.
The cast from Marvel’s Luke Cage, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Black Panther and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will also be available. Furthermore, the studio’s panel schedule has also been provided.
At Booth #2329, attendees can look forward to witnessing Captain America’s 75th Anniversary statue on Thursday. Rest of Marvel’s announcement will be taking place in different ballrooms. The studio also has “some of Hasbro’s Marvel exclusives for SDCC 2016.”
SDCC 2016 Marvel Panel Live Stream
Fans around the world can still catch Marvel’s panel announcement at SDCC 2016 thanks to their live stream via YouTube. The video has already started its countdown, check it out here below.
The live broadcast will begin at 9:30 AM PT on Thursday. Fans can also switch on their social feed notification to stay updated via tweets. Click here to access the detailed schedule.
By far, it’s likely that Marvel will announce exciting news on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 and Doctor Strange. for TV series, fans can expect an exclusive footage from Luke Cage to be screened during the event. However, according to a tweet by James Gunn, the trailers and teaser’s public release would be delayed due to technical issues.
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