Hall H has become one of the premier attractions at San Diego Comic-Con. You've probably heard about the thousands of fans who spend the night in line for the chance to get in and see all of the big movie and television presentations with some of the biggest names in Hollywood.
Marvel Studios has provided quite a few memorable moments inside the legendary space, first debuting the Avengers cast together and making tons of announcements with lasting impacts throughout the geeksphere.
But after the media giant decided to skip out on a Hall H presentation in 2015, fans have reason to wonder every year if they're going to do so again. They returned in 2016 with the casts of Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy, and a huge announcement with Brie Larson confirmed as Captain Marvel.
However if Marvel decided to skip one year, what's to stop them from doing it again?
That question was rightfully asked during Monday's "open house" tour of Marvel Studios before the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 press screening, and head honcho Kevin Feige confirmed that the company would indeed have a Hall H presence at 2017's San Diego Comic-Con.
Last year they showed footage of Doctor Strange and gave glimpses of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnarok, and the new Guardians film. So what could possibly be on the horizon for 2017?
Maybe Captain Marvel's director will be announced, or maybe the name of the fourth Avengers movie following Infinity War. Maybe they'll show clips of Earth's Mightiest Heroes going up against Thanos, or even footage of Black Panther or Ant-Man & The Wasp?
Guardians and Spider-Man will be in the rearview mirror, but there are still a lot of projects on the horizon that we could potentially look forward to.
Who knows—maybe Feige will debut the titles of projects we haven't even heard of yet? Hey, a fan can dream.
We'll learn more at this Marvel Studios' Hall H panel during San Diego Comic-Con 2017, taking place at the San Diego Convention Center July 20-23.
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