One of the best things regarding Comic-Con are its leaks during panels. They’re awesome in any way you can imagine, and starts encompassing somewhat of a vision and/or expectation during the upcoming years.
MARVEL is one of the masters at that – I’ve experienced it first hand in the past – and seeing as I’m not in San Diego, the world of the internet and acquaintances who are there and keep emailing or texting updates makes me feel like I am.
That being said, yesterday during their panel, Marvel Studios unleashes on two new upcoming films: “GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY” opening August 1, 2014, and followed that by displaying test footage for the very first time for "ANT-MAN," to be directed by Edgar Wright. Both films traveled the rumor-sphere for quite some time and can now be laid to rest.
There isn't a slated date for "ANT-MAN" yet.
With the announcement came the reveal of the first concept art for "GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY" by Charlie Wen, as well as logos for both films.
In addition, Marvel Studios also dropped official titles to the Thor and Captain America sequels: "THOR: The Dark World," in theaters November 8, 2013, and "CAPTAIN AMERICA: The Winter Soldier," in theaters April 4, 2014.
Peep out all logos, plus the just-released "IRON MAN 3" logo, set to open May 3, 2013.
"GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY" Film-based concept art
With “GALAXY…” and “ANT-MAN” on clear rise, along obvious sequels, “THE AVENGERS 2” is also a solid nod, but we’ll need to wait a bit longer for that one, boys and girls.