Every year, hundreds of thousands of fans at San Diego Comic-Con line up in order to enter crowded convention halls and get a first look at the biggest blockbusters coming in the next year. In past years, actors and directors from movies and shows like The Avengers, Wonder Woman and Game of Thrones have dropped the first trailers for their projects in these hallowed halls over the course of the weekend.
But you don’t have to fly to San Diego to get a look at the biggest pop culture events of the year. TIME will be reporting from Comic-Con and updating this post with every big trailer that drops from Thursday to Sunday. Check back as the weekend progresses for more news.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Sept. 22)
The surprise hit spy movie starring Taron Egerton and Colin Firth returns, this time with an even more impressive cast, which includes Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, Jeff Bridges and Pedro Pascal.
The Lego Ninjago Movie (Sept. 22)
Following on the heels of The Lego Movie and The Lego Batman Movie, The Lego Ninjago movie is a tale of a broken father-son relationship in the guise of a comedy.
Jigsaw (Oct. 27)
The Saw series returns. The notorious serial killer will be in theaters in time for Halloween.
Thor: Ragnarok (Nov. 3)
A trippy new trailer for the third Thor movie literally elicits a “What the hell?” from our hero at one point. Star Chris Hemsworth and director Taika Waititi both said they were bored with what Marvel had been doing with Thor before. This looks like a totally new and wonderful direction.
Justice League (Nov. 17)
Bright (Dec. 22)
This isn’t your typical L.A. crime movie. Will Smith plays a policeman partnered with the first Orc cop. “It felt really great to be an African-American police officer. They found somebody else to be racist against,” Smith quipped at the panel. “I’ve never been on that side of racism when you’re black: ‘Listen, man, I don’t want no Orcs in my car!’
Pacific Rim: Uprising (Feb. 23, 2018)
Guillermo del Toro’s massive movie is getting a sequel, this time with Star Wars’ John Boyega as the lead.
Ready Player One (March 2018)
Steven Spielberg loaded the first trailer for his virtual reality movie Ready Player One with references to his favorite decade, the 1980s, including the Iron Giant and the Delorean from Back to the Future.
Game of Thrones (currently airing)
The newest trailer for Game of Thrones teases a meeting between Daenerys and Jon Snow— finally.
Preacher (currently airing)
The ongoing bizarre and hilarious superhero series from Seth Rogen dropped a new trailer featuring Herr Starr, a key villain and assassin in the comics.
The Defenders (Aug. 18)
Sigourney Weaver plays a villain bent on destroying New York in the new trailer for Netflix’s The Defenders. She faces off against a team of misfit superheroes who are not particularly thrilled about working with one another: Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Daredevil.
American Horror Story: Cult (Sept. 5)
Star Trek: Discovery (Sept. 24)
The new trailer for CBS’ upcoming show, a prequel to the original series, teases an impending war between the Klingons and the Federation.
Marvel’s Inhumans (Sept. 29)
Game of Thrones fans who miss the misdeeds of Iwan Rheon’s Ramsay Bolton can catch the actor as a new villain in the Marvel television series Inhumans. The second trailer for the show also features the character Medusa’s hair in action.
The Gifted (Oct. 2)
The X-Men universe is expanding with this Fox show about a two teenagers who find out that they are mutants. Inconveniently, their father puts people like them in jail for a living. The whole family is forced to go underground, where they meet other stray mutants.
Supergirl (Oct. 9)
Supergirl is having a moment of self-discovery. “I am not a human. I tried to be, but I’m not,” the super-powered alien says in the trailer.
The Flash (Oct. 10)
The Flash is gone, but his friends are trying to get him back in the trailer for the new season.
Riverdale (Oct. 11)
Riverdale released a blooper reel followed by a trailer. The latter concentrates on the fallout after the shooting at Pop’s at the end of last season.
Arrow (Oct. 22)
The new trailer teases the fallout from last season’s explosive finale, including an all-out battle.
The Walking Dead (Oct. 22)
The trailer for the newest season of the zombie show teases a war between Rick and the Saviors.
Stranger Things (Oct. 27)
It’s Halloween, and things are getting even stranger in Indiana. While spooky revelry in honor of the holiday is happening, Eleven tries to make her way out of the Upside Down, sticking her hand through a gooey passageway.
Vikings (Nov. 29)
Jonathan Rhys Meyers brings some heft to the fifth season of the History Channel show. Oh, also there’s a decapitated head rolling across this trailer.
Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling (2018)
The beloved Nickelodeon show is getting a TV movie. Now that Rocko is living in the 90s he must reckon with smartphones and government surveillance.
Where to go after the robot uprising? Well too all out war it seems. The piano that played the same tune over and over again signalling the hosts’ repetitive lies is now covered in blood. Maeve, Dolores and Teddy are getting violent. And Bernard has to choose sides.
Stargate Origins (TBD)
Two decades after the original Stargate comes a new prequel series. Origins will chronicle the journey of Catherine Langford, a woman whose obsession with alien hieroglyphs kicked off the events of the original series.
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