Here Are Some Fascinating Movie Photos Ahead Of Comic-Con

San Diego Comic-Con is coming up and that means a lot of movie news is heading our way. This week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly gives us first looks at these highlighted films that will have their presence be known at the movie conference and I’m here to share them with you.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters

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I went to see Godzilla back in 2014, in a word it was horrible, but that doesn’t mean its sequel can’t do better and this picture at least proves that these monsters are going to mean some serious business next time around. Godzilla: King of the Monsters is set to come out next year and hopefully it’ll be a better monster flick than Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

Bumblebee

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I love Transformers movies and while the first teaser for Bumblebee didn’t provide a lot of Decepticon material this picture sheds some light on the evil transforming machines and I’m so excited. The red Decepticon is called Shatter and will be voiced by Angela Basset. The blue Decepticon is named Dropkick and will he be voiced by Justin Theroux. Sounds awesome to me. *thumbs up*

Aquaman

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A teaser still hasn’t been released for Aquaman but there will obviously be…fish-people in this movie. I don’t know whether I should get excited about this picture or laugh at it. This is definitely going to be a different type of superhero film.

Shazam

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I don’t know anything about Shazam but it definitely looks…well, interesting. A superhero origin story about a kid that says a magical word and becomes a superhero sounds compelling enough. I hope it strikes the same coming-of-age chord that Spider-Man: Homecoming did.

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

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First of all, the very name for this movie sounds hilarious. Secondly, The Lego Movie was absolutely hilarious so I don’t see why this film won’t be too. I mean, look at this picture. It’s so funny looking. Lol.

Fantastic Beast: The Crimes of Grindelwald

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It’s young Dumbledore helping a student in Hogwarts. Why is this picture making me so nostalgic? I love the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and this movie is giving me very, very good vibes indeed.

So these are the pictures that excited me the most from the issue’s first look at Comic-Con’s upcoming featured films and television shows. Here’s the link to their website if you want to see more: http://ew.com/movies/comic-con-2018-first-look-photos/#godzilla-king-of-the-monsters

I hope this excited you as much as it excited me and I thank you for reading. Have a fantastic day.

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