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The movie is still almost a year away, but we're still learning more about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. We already know who Star-Lord's father is and why writer/director James Gunn picked that particular character. Now, we also know how one of the film's villains, Ayesha, gets mixed up with the team.
Since the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, everyone has been asking one big question: Who is Star-Lord's father? That answer was revealed last week not in a movie theatre, but at San Diego Comic-Con. Director James Gunn told us why he revealed that info now, and why it's so damn important.
Rarely do characters go through as dramatic a change as Stephen Strange will in the upcoming Marvel movie, Doctor Strange. He'll go from being a highly clinical, science-based surgeon to an ethereal, mystical being. Speaking with us, actor Benedict Cumberbatch explained why that was so crucial and exciting.
Fans who weren't in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con last week haven't seen it yet, but the first footage from Jon Watts' Spider-Man: Homecoming was excellent: It's got an upbeat, '80s high school vibe with one very surprising moment for Peter Parker, which we asked star Tom Holland about.
When comedic director Taika Waititi was hired to make the third Thor film, Thor: Ragnarok, most people didn't know what to expect. About 7000 of those people now know what to expect as Marvel played a video Waititi directed at Comic-Con, showing Thor and Hulk's whereabouts during Captain America: Civil War.
Celebrating a half-century of all things Starfleet, Star Trek 50: Artists 50 Years is a wonderful art exhibit that's kicking off at this year's Comic-Con before hitting the road to Las Vegas, Toronto, New York and other cities (unfortunately not Australia). But if you can't make it to those, here are a few pieces from inside the exhibit in San Diego, followed by a few of our favourite pieces in the show.
Remember that bit in Iron Man 3 where Tony Stark relaxes in his Iron Man armour on his couch? Well, good news for fans who've been waiting to create that moment on your toy shelf for three years: you finally can. If you're heading to San Diego Comic-Con with a fair chunk of change, that is.