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In a sea of Hollywood comic book and superhero movie franchise, Kingsman stands apart. The first movie, The Secret Service, was based on the comic co-created by Mark Millar and Watchmen's Dave Gibbons. But while the comic sold well, it was the movie adaptation that became a blockbuster, earning rave reviews, $US400 million ($507 million) at the worldwide box office, and a sequel, The Golden Circle -- a sequel based on no comic at all.

Since James Wan is still filming Aquaman, it won't be out for well over a year. Happily, Wan sent Jason Momoa from Australia, where the movie is being filmed, to Comic-Con to show fans a little something from the film -- but only the few thousand fans who made into the Warner Bros. panel. But that isn't going to stop us from telling you all about it.

As far as movie posters go, Marvel's official one for Ragnarok is pretty damned great as is. It's bright, it's fun, it conveys a sense of drama and action while also showing off the ridiculously over-qualified cast that's going to bring the film to life. Given how awesome it is, there are few things that could make it better -- and all of those things are Jeff Goldblum.

Director Ryan Coogler played a huge chunk of footage from Black Panther at Marvel's Comic-Con this Saturday evening, but Marvel did not elect to put it online. If you're annoyed by this, well, good news, because I saw the footage and I'm going to tell you everything about it. The bad news is after you read this, you're going to want to see the footage even more.

HBO premiered the first trailer of season two of Westworld to a packed house at San Diego Comic-Con. And who could have guessed? The park -- you know, the one where the robots who were being horrific abused by regular humans but then gained sentience and discovered how awful they have been treated -- is in a lot of trouble.

The first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok is one of those trailers you never, ever forget. So, the cast and crew had a lot to live up to at Comic-Con, but the new trailer take care of at all. It's a two-and-a-half-minute ball of action, awesomeness, humour, and insanity that may be the most purely fun Marvel movie trailer we've ever seen, all courtesy of director Taika Waititi. Guys, Thor and Loki are shooting people with laser guns.