The San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) 2019 is one of the most anticipated annual event for fans of films, shows and comics as they gather to discuss, dissect and get access to previews, sneak peeks and much more.
This year's event holds more importance as shows such as 'Game of Thrones', 'Arrow' and 'Supernatural' along with movie 'Avengers: Endgame' will have a panel at the Convention Center from July 18-21. This gives fans a chance to not only discuss the endings as it was vs what they expected, and in the case of 'Arrow' and 'Supernatural' - the imminent ending of the show.
The panel for 'Arrow' will be held on July 20 at 3.30 pm at Ballroom 20, and actor Stephen Amell who plays Oliver Queen is expected to be present. So far, the other talents who are expected to be a part of this panel have not been revealed.
However, this is a chance for fans of the Arrowverse to gather and pose questions regarding the show coming to an end, character journeys and more. The last season of 'Arrow' was renewed for one final season on January 31 and is slated to premiere on October 15.
With 'Avengers: Endgame' set to re-release with more footage, the questions regarding the sequel of 'Infinity War' will only increase in number. The panel, which will see directors Joe and Anthony Russo being a part of it, is to be held on July 19 at 11 am and will be moderated by Steve Weintraub. Fans will get a chance to address some of the things that they have always wanted to ask the Russo brothers regarding 'Endgame'. While 'Arrow' and 'Supernatural' still have one season left before their conclusions, 'Avengers: Endgame' is more a discussion on the ending that we have already seen since the film released on April 26.
Rarely do shows that have already come to an end make an appearance at Hall H, but that hasn't stopped 'Game of Thrones' from making it to SDCC this year. According to Deadline, it is certain that the show will be back for one last celebration, but it is highly unlikely that show creators DB Weiss and David Benioff would be present.
It is, however, likely that author George RR Martin would be present to address fans and possibly give us more details about the upcoming books in the series now that the TV show has come to an end. In the meanwhile, Isaac Hempstead Wright who played Bran Stark is headed to Comic-Con in Africa, which is set to take place in September.
CW's 'Supernatural' is one of the other shows that has one season left under its belt. The cast completed shooting for the final season of the show recently and took to Instagram to post some emotional messages regarding their stints on the show, and 'Supernatural's confirmed spot at SDCC gives fans a chance at addressing some of the questions they have about the show, their favorite characters arcs and more. The talent who would be present for the panel is yet to be announced, however, we can expect to get first looks of the new season set to air on October 10.