Considering they have no less than 20 movies coming out at a time, Marvel gets the prime time-slot in Comic-Con‘s Hall H where this year they wheeled out the entire cast of The Avengers: Age of Ultron – minus pregnant ScarJo – after an awkwardly brief Ant-Man panel. And if you’re wondering how to tell the two apart in the gallery, one has people sitting there with no clue what they’re doing because the director quit and they still haven’t seen a script yet while the other has Robert Downey Jr. throwing roses and literally attempting to take flight before Josh Brolin comes out wearing the goddamn Infinity Gauntlet. It was like having a birthday party at your grandmother’s house, and then one at Chuck E. Cheese with Iron Man shooting free tokens out of his dick. Anyway, the audience got to see a sizzle real from The Avengers: Age of Ultron which by all accounts was awesome for everyone there and just words on a screen for people who had sex this weekend, so enough about that. As far as future movies, Marvel announced absolutely nothing except Guardians of The Galaxy 2 which everybody already knew was happening. They didn’t even mention Doctor Strange or make the only casting announcement that makes sense:
Does anyone have a first-born child to give Gerry Duggan for this? I feel like he earned it.