But this summer, the absence of a Saturday night Disney and HBO took SDCC off this year, and that was a letdown. Especially considering that point to the final GoT season premiering in spring 2019, the show could very well end its run before Comic-Con 2019.or a look at the was deeply felt. In fact, both
At the opening ofin April, Disney set a record of 117 days for the fastest gross to $1 billion, according to Box Office Mojo. With that milestone and with numerous financial records for both and , it came as a shock to many that the studio would forgo San Diego this year, especially with some before next year’s SDCC.
Without the Disney-owned studio, and arguably without Disney itself, Warner Bros. and DC crushed most of the weekend’s news. By now I’m willing to bet you’ve either heard about DC’s new streaming service, watched at least one trailer for, , or the , or witnessed .
But what other news do you recall from San Diego this year?, the firing of Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, didn’t even come out of Comic-Con.
Yes, DC was easily the winner of the weekend, but we knew that going in, didn’t we?