Marvel was the last film studio to take on Hall H at Comic-Con on Saturday, previewing its upcoming slate of superhero films.
Studio head honcho Kevin Feige was in the house for the panel, which whipped fans into a frenzy thanks to sneak peeks at movies including "Thor: Ragnarok" and the highly-anticipated "Avengers: Infinity War."
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Ant-Man and the Wasp
First thing's first: Michelle Pfeiffer is officially joining Janet Van Dyne. Hell yes!
Feige also announced that Hannah John-Kamen will play Ghost, Walton Goggins as Sonny Burch, Randall Park as Jimmy Woo and Laurence Fishburne Dr. Bill Foster.
Fans were treated to some concept art of Brie Larson in costume as Captain Marvel, including one photo of her kicking major ass.
Feige also announced Nicky Fury will play a big role in the movie and he'll have two eyes. How? The movie is set in the early 1990s.
The villains for the movie? The first MCU appearance of the Skrulls.
Director Taika Waititi, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Cate Blanchett, Tom Hiddleston, Karl Urban, Tessa Thompson, Rachel House and Jeff Goldblum were all on hand for the panel.
"Cut his hair, break his hammer, change his clothes, change the world," Hemsworth said of the movie. "He gets his ass kicked in this film."
"It's been 4 years and if you saw 'Thor: The Dark World,' you will know Loki is on the throne of Asgard as Odin," explained Hiddleston of Loki's whereabouts in the movie. "Ragnarok is coming and what his part in in all of that, you'll just have to wait and see."
"It's a little different Hulk than we've seen. Hulk refuses to turn back into Banner," said Ruffalo. The green guy is enjoying his time in a gladiator when we find him. "He's a little perma-Hulked. Because he's been the Hulk for two years now, he has the vocabulary of a two-year old. We have a speaking Hulk. Can I say that?"
"I just saw a friend in need," Taika joked of casting Blacnhett as Hela. "It's a universe I've been happily dragged into because of my kids," she added.
Before the new trailer was unveiled, Waititi introduced it with a clip showing the God of Thunder's arrival to the world of Skaar after being captured by Valkyrie (Thompson). She sells him to the Grandmaster (Goldblum) to compete in against his "champion," which is later revealed as Hulk.
The full trailer above puts the spotlight on some new chaos from Hela and perfectly highlights the tone of the movie.
The cast -- including Chadiwck Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o and Danai Gurira -- and director Ryan Coogler attended the panel.
"I gew up as a young black kid in the Bay Area and I grew up loving comic book characters. I remember when I got older, I wanted a character who looked like I did. The first on the comic book store owner took me over to was Black Panther," Coogler said of his connection to the project.
Guriri explained her weapons training for this movie was different from what she's experienced on "The Walking Dead." "She works with a whole different weapon. There are some overlaps, but not a lot," she explained. "This woman is driven by a love for her nation and people."
Jordan said his character has "his eyes on the throne," while Lupita explained her character spies on the real world and reports back to Wakanda.
The footage showed T'challa flanked by Danai and Lupita's characters as they intercepted a deal for Vibranium with Klaue. When the deal goes to hell, T'challa and his two badass guards take out Klaue's minions.
A new trailer was also featured, showing most of the chase scene between Klaue and Black Panther, whose clothes fall right off his body to reveal his super suit.
The clip ended with T'challa fighting Michael B. Jordan's Killmonger, who's rocking a panther suit similar to his own -- only laced in gold.
Avengers: Infinity War
The trailer for "Avengers: Infinity War" brought the crowd to its feet, though it was the same sneak peek shown at D23 just last week.