San Diego's Comic-Con 2016 debuted trailers for several upcoming television series and movies. From DC Comics' "Wonder Woman," to Oliver Stone's drama thriller "Snowden," take a gander at a jam-packed list of trailers, teasers and sneak peeks below. Just in case you missed anything.
'Wonder Woman' — Warner Bros.
Gal Gadot made her "Wonder Woman" standalone film debut at Comic-Con with this trailer. And it was glorious.
'Suicide Squad' — Warner Bros.
The gang of bad guys in colorful costumes put out a trailer that addressed the fans in Hall H directly. Dang.
'Justice League' — Warner Bros.
Ben Affleck is back as Batman, and this time he's got jokes. Lots and lots of jokes.
'Doctor Strange' — Marvel / Disney
New "Doctor Strange" trailer rolls out a whole lot of footage of the new Marvel villain actor Mads Mikkelsen as Kaecilius.
'Snowden' — Open Road
Why was "Snowden" at Comic-Con? It's probably a conspiracy.
'Kong: Skull Island' — Warner Bros.
Tom Hiddleston fights a really big ape.
'Blair Witch' — Lionsgate
Not technically the sequel to the game-changing horror film from 1999 (there was another movie in between) but this surprise flick features the supposed brother character from the original missing trio. Also it's directed by Adam Wingard from the very chilling film "The Guest."
'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' — Warner Bros.
Harry Potter is back, except there is no Harry Potter, just a bunch of older dudes in 1920s America. But there's magic.
'Legends of the Hidden Temple' — Nickelodeon
A real movie inspired by a real ' 90s game show for children. What a time to be alive.
'King Arthur: Legend of the Sword' — Warner Bros.
The movie that answers the question, "What if King Arthur was some guy from Silver Lake?"
'Marvel's Luke Cage' — Netflix
Watch the first ever footage for the long-awaited Luke Cage series. This is the footage that blew the doors off Comic-Con. And the soundtrack is pretty great too.
'American Gods' — Starz
Neil Gaiman's novel comes to life. The Old Gods are rallying for a fight against the New Gods and the battleground is America.
'Star Trek: Discovery' — CBS
The first look at Bryan Fuller's brand new "Star Trek" series.
'Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency' — BBC America
Do you have room in your life for one more nutty detective? Of course you do.
'The Walking Dead' — AMC
There is only one question: Which cast member will Negan slaughter first?
'Sherlock' — Masterpiece/PBS
Sherlock's adversary Professor James Moriarty returns! You may ask, "But he's dead? How is this possible?" The answer is simple, this is television, not the real world. They can do whatever they like.
'The Flash' — CW
Last season Barry Allen went back in time to save his mom, and it worked. But will the survival of Barry's mom change the future? The answer is yes, it changes things tremendously. Take a look at the third season now.
'Legion' — FX
In the Marvel comics, Legion is mutant know-it-all Professor Xavier's son. But that connection appears to be buried in the first ever trailer for this comic book adaptation. Watch main character Dan Stevens ("Downton Abbey") struggle deciphering what's real and what is only in his mind.
'Fear the Walking Dead' — AMC
The remaining survivors (separated from their families and friends) head to Mexico. What do they find there? More walkers.
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