Comic-Con officially kicked off last night in San Diego and some goodies from the comic, TV and movie convention have already hit the Internet.
This year, sneak peeks at films like "Justice League," "Blade Runner: 2049," "Aquaman," "Ready Player One," "Thor: Ragnarok" and "Infinity War" are all expected. Fans are holding out hope for glimpses at other projects like "Tomb Raider" and "Oceans Eight," though those are iffy at best.
We'll keep updating this post with new trailers, teasers and sneak peeks as they drop online all weekend long. Click here for more ongoing Comic-Con coverage.
Maybe the attack on Fred Andrews wasn't intentional after all since the "Riverdale" Season 2 sneak peek hints that the angel of death has come to haunt the beloved city.
The CW released a Season 1 bloopers track to preview a short look at what fans can expect to see happen in this season's darker and grittier storylines.
"Riverdale" returns to The CW in October.
The CW released the "Supergirl" Season 3 trailer on Saturday and there were four big surprises: Adrian Pasdar, Carl Lumbly, Yael Grobglas and Emma Tremblay are joining the cast as season regulars.
Showrunners Jessica Queller and Robert Rovner revealed at their panel that the them of season 3 will focus on what it means to be human.
"Supergirl" returns October 9 on The CW.
Netflix released the "Stranger Things" Season 2 trailer on Saturday with plenty more 80s nostalgia as the Upside-Down is coming for Will Byers and everyone he knows.
The second trailer (we saw the first glimpse during the Super Bowl) includes Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and Vincent Price's creepy voice to showcase the horror Eleven experiences as she pushes her way out of the Upside-Down back into our world.
"Stranger Things" returns to Netflix on October 27.
"Legends of Tomorrow"
The CW released the "Legends of Tomorrow" trailer on Saturday and it looks like Neil McDonough has returned as a season regular making Damian Darhk this season's villain.
Executive producer Phil Klemmer told the audience at this years panel that this will not be the Damian that fans are used to watching. He will be a little less silly and a little more dark.
"Legends of Tomorrow" returns October 10 on The CW.
"Ready Player One"
Warner Brothers released the first trailer for "Ready Player One" Saturday morning and just like the novel which is set in a near-future virtual reality, the film has numerous geek culture references.
The first footage from the film introduced the world of the Oasis -- the virtual world -- where Tye Sheridan's character goes to escape from his life in "The Stacks," a futuristic trailer park. Inside the Oasis, he can be whoever he wants to be. The clip showed some of the pop culture touchstones the film would be referencing, including the Iron Giant, Freddy Krueger and a high speech chase with the "Back to the Future" DeLorean.
"Ready Player One" hits theaters March 30, 2018.
"Marvel's The Defenders"
Netflix released a new trailer for the series Marvel fans have been waiting years for since "Daredevil" premiered, and it looks even more promising. The preview teases a Sigourney Weaver villain we're going to love to hate, more action and even some comedic moments while the superhero gang -- Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist -- all bond while fighting for their lives.
"The Defenders" starts streaming Aug. 18.
"The Lego Ninjago Movie"
"The Lego Ninjago Movie" trailer gives viewers insight into the lives of Lloyd the Green Ninja (Dave Franco) and his family.
"The Lego Ninjago Movie" hits theaters Sept. 22.
The preview hints at the war in Beacon Hills that brings Scott (Tyler Posey) and his crew to fight yet another enemy rising in the shadows, which will play around with the groups fate.
"Teen Wolf" returns July 30 on MTV.
Syfy revealed the first look at "Krypton," the Superman prequel series showcasing the superhero's grandfather.
The series is set around 200 years before Superman's home plant was destroyed and follows Kal-El's grandfather as he works to fix his House's honor and save the world from evil.
"Krypton" premieres on Syfy in 2018.
"American Horror Story"
Although "American Horror Story" didn't host a panel at this year's event, it didn't stop FX from going big revealing the highly anticipated title of the new installment "cult" was announced on their website in a title video projecting over the water behind the San Diego Convention Center. The season's first promotion was released the following day.
The trailer shows spooky visuals as a voice asks the viewers, "Do you ever feel alone? Does it seem like no one understands you? Do some people just make you sick? Are you afraid? We can set you free. We will make you strong. We want you."
"American Horror Story: Cult" premieres September 5 on FX.
"Game Of Thrones"
The most OMG moment from this new trailer for "Game of Thrones" was the meeting between Melisandre and Daenerys. Fans were treated to the sneak peek for the upcoming episodes Friday at Comic-Con.
Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark on the hit HBO series, also talked about how her character on the show has made significant changes since season 1, claiming shes "woke" now.
"She's always on the search for happiness, but she doesn’t see the world through rose-colored glasses now," Turner said. "She’s woke now, guys. She’s real woke. She trusts no one now, man or woman, family member or not. And that’s important if you play the 'Game of Thrones.'"
"Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie"
The beloved cartoon character is officially back with the debut of the movie's first trailer at Comic-Con Friday afternoon and shows the kids friendships getting tested as they take a field trip to the jungle to learn about the "legend of Arnold.".
The creator of "Hey Arnold" says the movie was inspired by all of the annoying fan theories that Pigeon Man committed suicide by jumping off a building.
"I put pigeon man specifically in 'The Jungle Movie' so people could point to him and say, 'There he is!' and hopefully put this entire thing to rest," he said.
The Nickelodeon movie premieres on the network on November 23.
"The Walking Dead"
Season 8 of "The Walking Dead" will return with more than just Alexandrians this season. The trailer, which seems like a fantasy of sorts, ends with an aged Rick Grimes waking up in a hospital bed. The trailer leaves us with many unanswered questions, especially after creator Robert Kirkman told to fans on Thursday that "Rick will not make it to the end of The Walking Dead."
"The Walking Dead" will kick off with the show’s 100th episode on October 22nd.
"Rocko's Modern Life"
Rocko and his friends aren't in the '90s anymore in the first trailer for Nickelodeon's continuation of the classic Nick Toon.
The animation looks the same, but their world is radically different, and it looks like it's going to be a blast to watch Rocko, Heffer and Filburt figure it out as they marvel at the new world full of never-ending smartphone updates, radioactive energy drinks and physically abusive 3D movies.
Marvel released the second trailer for ABC series "Inhumans" Friday morning, and there's a whole lot of conflict between Black Bolt and his brother Maximus, plus some of the Royals' special skills.
The two-minute trailer shows a green-skinned man taking a woman to Attilan, a hidden palace on the moon where the Royal Family of the superpowered humans reside.
"Inhumans" will hit select IMAX theaters on Sept. 1 before premiering on ABC September 29.
Netflix released the official trailer for their original film "Bright" starring Will Smith, giving viewers the first taste of the action-packed movie loaded with elves, orcs and magic.
The action thriller follows two cops from very different backgrounds that will "embark on a routine night patrol that will alter the future of their world as they know it."
"Bright" will hit Netflix on December 22.
Sony Pictures Classics released a new trailer for their upcoming film "Brigsby Bear" Thursday afternoon, and shows "Saturday Night Live's" Kyle Mooney escaping from a bio-dome operated by his kidnapper father.
The film is about a child's life changing abruptly when his television program ends and realizing that he is the only person in the world who has ever watched the show. The young kid then goes on a mission to both figure out his life and make the show into a film.
"Brigsby Bear" hits theaters on July 28.
“Pacific Rim: Uprising”
Universal released the first teaser for "Pacific Rim: Uprising" online Thursday morning, showcasing the first look at a new generation of Jaeger Pilots.
”Pacific Rim: Uprising” hits theaters on February 23.
Lionsgate dropped the first trailer for "Jigsaw" online Thursday morning, with the film promising to take the series’ "signature brand of twisted scenarios to the next level."
The clip gives fans a look at what some of those "twisted scenarios" are, as a group of victims wake up to find themselves chained up as they’re slowly pulled towards a war full of sharp, spinning buzz saws. There are also traps involving motorcycles, shotguns and sand.
"Jigsaw" hits theaters on October 27.
"Kingsman: The Golden Circle"
20th Century Fox released the first trailer for “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” online Thursday morning, but this time around stars Taron Egerton and Mark Strong’s characters find themselves in a precarious situation when their spy headquarters are destroyed and "the world is held hostage."
“Kingsman: The Golden Circle" hits theaters September 22.