San Diego Comic-Con is sadly coming to an end, ladies and gentlemen. But don’t frown because it’s over, smile because it happened, and also smile because Comic-Con brought with it the release of a solid amount of trailers for some of the most hotly anticipated films of 2016 and 2017. Hooray! Below you’ll find all of the major trailers that premiered over the long weekend, gathered together in one place for your convenience. Happy watching.
Get ready for a trip back to the place of your childhood or earlier-adulthood nightmares: Burkittsville, Maryland. AHH! Lionsgate surprised Comic-Con audiences with a trailer for a top-secret follow-up to 1999’s The Blair Witch projected titled Blair Witch, which will follow a group of young campers as they return to the scene of the original film. In theaters September 16.
— as it follows the likes of Brie Larson, Tom Hiddleston, and John Goodman who are blissfully unaware that their Pacific island expedition is, in fact, in prime King Kong territory. Oops! The fun begins on March 10, 2017.
Will Moriarty be back for Sherlock’s fourth season? The new trailer doesn’t say “yes,” necessarily, but it also doesn’t say “no”! The short trailer also gives us a glimpse at our new villain, played by the wonderful Toby Jones. Sherlock will return to PBS, finally, in 2017.
Eccentric British detectives? Check. The name “Dirk Gently”? Check. BBC America? Check. Coming to your TV in October? Check. Damn, this show has it all!
FX debuted the trailer for Legion, its X-Men-themed series from Fargo creator Noah Hawley, during the show’s panel at Comic-Con on Saturday afternoon. Now you can watch it on your computer, and then you can watch the full version on your TV in early 2017!
Vikings will return to finish its fourth season this fall, and it will bring with it the return of Ragnar, lots of fur, good hairdos, and a lot of violence.
“I’m gonna beat the holy hell outta one of you …” The trailer for the Walking Dead’s seventh season brings with it Negan’s spiky bat, a quick look at Ezekiel and his kingdom, and everyone’s scared faces. Tune in to see more scared faces on October 23.
In the trailer for the second half of its second season, the survivors of Fear the Walking Dead are wandering south of the border. Do you think they’ll meet zombies there? Watch the trailer now and the season starting on August 21 to find out.
Meet the new gods, (they’re not the) same as the old gods. The power struggle between traditional mythology and modern deities in
Neil Gaiman’s TV adaptation will begin in 2017. Ian McShane will be there!