Marvel Studios will reportedly not be attending Hall H at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC 2023).
According to The Wrap, it looks like Kevin Feige won’t be hosting his iconic MCU slate showcase at SDCC 2023’s famous Hall H panel.
This is typically one of the largest fan events of the year that allows Marvel Studios to showcase plenty of their upcoming projects such as the second season of Loki which was recently rumoured to be dropping its trailer during the 2023 San Diego Comic-Con.
However, The Wrap do state that Marvel will still reportedly have a presence on the main convention floor. So it’s possible that some new reveals and releases may be released during the SDCC dates, or sooner, however, nothing has been officially announced as of writing this article.
The reasoning behind Marvel Studios not attending is most likely due to the fact that they might not have as many updates as planned. This is due to the current WGA writers’ strike that has not yet been resolved.
Productions on multiple movies and TV shows set in the MCU such as Blade, Thunderbolts, Daredevil: Born Again, and Wonder Man are currently paused. These are among many more titles expected to have originally been presented at this year’s Hall H at SDCC.
The Wrap‘s report included additional details that both Universal and HBO are also considering skipping this year’s SDCC due to the same reasons. With SDCC 2023 being only a month away, it’s most likely that an official announcement will be made soon.
Source: The Wrap