San Francisco Comic-Con will be different this year. The official Comic-Con schedule has been updated with a list of cancelled panels, which unfortunately includes Dune: Part Two, The Boys spin-off series Gen V, Amazon’s-The Wheel of Time, Lionsgate’s upcoming The Strangers trilogy, and more. The official Comic-Con Schedule has been updated to include a list of panels that have been cancelled. This includes
Dune Part Two and
The Boy’s spin-off GenV as well as Amazon’s Freevee Original Jury duty from the producers of The Office and The White Lotus. Meet Ronald, San Diego’s hometown hero. Get the inside scoop from the cast and the creative team on what happened behind the scenes. The cast of Prime Video’s hit series
The Wheel of Time will reveal exclusive season 2 content as well as other exciting surprises to attendees. Season 2 of
The Wheel of Time premieres on September 1.Cruel Season 2 Thursday, July 20, 3:00pm to 4:00pmThe creative team and stars behind Freeform’s popular series
Cruel Season go behind the scenes of the second season and tease the twists and surprises viewers can expect in the shocking final episodes. The fans will get an exclusive sneak peak of the rest the season, as well as a conversation between executive producers Michelle Purple, Bill Purple, and stars Lexi Underwood and Sadie Stanley. New episodes of
Cruel Summer air Mondays at 10/9c on Freeform and stream next day on Hulu.Metalocalpyse: Army of the Doomstar: Friday, July 21 – 1:00pm – 2:00pmCan the Metalocalypse be stopped? The cast and crew of this all-new original animated R-rated movie, based on the hit Adult Swim series, talk all things
Metalocalypse, preview some clips from the film, and discuss the new soundtrack and Dethalbum IV.
Metalocalypse: Army of the Doomstar will be available to own on Digital and Blu-ray starting August 22.Gen V: Friday, July 21 – 4:15pm – 5:15pmFrom the world of
The Boys, Prime Video reveals its highly anticipated new series
Gen V with members of the cast, who will talk about the upcoming college spinoff for the first time. Set at America’s one and only college for young adult super heroes (run by Vought International), the series Gen V follows the lives of competitive, hormonal Supes who compete for the top ranking in the school. The series stars Jaz sinclair, Chance Perdomo and Lizze Broadway. Maddie Phillips, London Thor Derek Luh and Asa germann also star. Patrick Schwarzenegger recurs, as do Sean Patrick Thomas and Marco Pigossi. Executive producers are Michele Fazekas (Riverdale), Tara Butters (After), Courtney Solomon (After
), Madelaine Petsch (Riverdale
), and Craig Rosenberg (After). They will discuss The Strangers, as well as provide an exclusive Gen V comes from Sony Pictures Television Studios and Amazon Studios, in association with Kripke Enterprises, Point Grey Pictures, and Original Film.
The Strangers Trilogy Exclusive First Look: Friday, July 21 – 8:30pm – 9:30pm
Actress and executive producer Madelaine Petsch (Riverdale ) and producer Courtney Solomon (After) discuss The Strangers and will provide an exclusive first-look clip from their new horror trilogy, which will be in theaters from Lionsgate in 2024.
That ’70s Show 25th Anniversary: Saturday, July 22 – 10:00am – 11:00am
Debra Jo Rupp (actress, That ’70s Show,That ’90s Show
) and Kurtwood Smith (actor, That ’70s Show,
That ’90s Show) discuss 25 years of the iconic show and its impact on their careers. Debra Jo and Kurtwood will engage in a fan Q&A session following the presentation.Legendary Entertainment
: Saturday, July 22 – 11:00am – 12:00pmNothing had been officially announced, but it was expected to feature
Dune: Part Two as well as tease the next MonsterVerse movie.Abbott Elementary Class in Session
: Saturday, July 22 – 12:30pm – 1:30pm
The stars of ABC’s Abbott Elementary take the stage to discuss the breakout hit.First Look at Orphan Black: Echos: Saturday, July 22 – 12:30pm – 1:30pmFans will get exclusive, first-look access to Orphan Black: Echoes (AMC/AMC+).You can find a full list of cancelled Comic-Con panels on the official site.“This is obviously an unusual year,” Comic-Con spokesperson David Glanzer told THR. “But that hasn’t diminished the anticipation for Comic-Con.” Although Comic-Con may not have as many of the big studio presentations it’s become known for, there will still be a lot to see, including Paramount Animation’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem
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