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Just the Bullet Points, Please: The 30 Most Important Things We Learned from Comic Con 2014

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | July 27, 2014 |

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | July 27, 2014 |

1. There will be no Sons of Anarchy prequels, but there still may be a prequel (which would be one season and follow the First 9).

2. Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Rosie Huntington Whitely, and explosions star in the Mad Max: Fury Road trailer.

3. The Person of Interest panel unveiled a trailer for season four.

4. The Following panel revealed an alternate ending to season two, and talked about season three being a complete reboot of the series.

5. Starz new series, Outlander, will debut on August 9th and have a split-season. The panel also debuted a new trailer.

6. The Vikings panel introduced a new trailer for its season three.

7. The Arrow panel offered a season three trailer, which introduced a new villain to the series.

8. Christopher Nolan introduced a new Interstellar trailer at that panel (the trailer is not available online, but if you want a description of it, go here).

9. The Spongebob Squarepants panel provided a first look at the live-action film.

10. There was a screening of The Flash pilot (here’s a review).

11. Quentin Tarantino confirmed that he would be directing the previously scrapped The Hateful 8 as his next project.

12. All the new characters’ names were revealed at the American Horror Story: Freakshow panel, and John Carroll Lynch was announced as a new villain.

13. We learned that Damon Lindelof would pen a Lost themed episode of the kids’ show, Phineas and Ferb.

14. The Blacklist panel announced that Mary Louise Parker would be joining the series in a recurring role.

15. We got a few more details from Batman v. Superman, plus our first look at Wonder Woman.

16. Kevin Smith debuted his trailer for the horror-comedy Tusk.

17. Game of Thrones released a gag reel and announced the additions to season five. We also learned by George R.R. Martin won’t be writing an episode next season.

18. The Walking Dead released a great new trailer for season five.

19. The Avengers: Age of Ultron panel screened some of the new movie, and explained how James Spaders’ Ultron fits into the Marvel universe. Collider also has a bunch of images from that panel.

20. Marvel announced a sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy. James Gunn will return to write and direct the movie, which will come out in the summer of 2017. A Guardians animated series was also announced.

21. There was some new footage shows for Jupiter Ascending (not available online yet, but Slashfilm describes).

22. Stephen Colbert hosted the panel for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, where new footage was revealed (click for description).

23. Fox released 5 minutes of The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover episode (you can watch that here).

24. At the Sin City 2 panel they announced plans for Sin City 3.

25. TV couple Yvonne Strahavkis and Zachary Levi looked adorable together.

26. Dan Harmon told Michael Ausiello that his top priority for season six of Community was to get Donald Glover back.

27. Details and the monsters were announced for the Godzilla sequel.

28. Duncan Jones introduced a Warcraft teaser.

29. We learned that Patrick Wilson and two other actors have bailed on Ant Man, but we also learned the characters that Evangeline Lilly and Corey Stoll will be playing in the movie. Some footage was also released (description here).

30. Fox’s Gotham presented a new trailer which filled in some of the backstory on the Penguin.