San Diego Comic-Con isn’t the bustling hotbed of anticipatory fervor it once was, and with Hollywood writers and actors both currently on strike, this year’s event is shaping up to be a rather tame one. That said, there are still plenty of movie and TV trailers scheduled for release over the weekend, and we are here to bring you all of them. Check back here every day between July 20-23 for the latest movie and TV trailers released at San Diego Comic-Con 2023.
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Paramount offers up a new preview clip that expands on the “You ratted us out” moment we glimpsed in the first full trailer for the film, showcasing the chemistry between the turtles and their relationship to Jackie Chan’s Splinter.
Coming Aug. 2, 2023 to theaters.
Marvel Studios dropped a new trailer for their upcoming MCU movie The Marvels, giving us a look at the film’s villain Dar-Benn (Zawe Ashton) and showing us more of the shenanigans that ensue when Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris), and Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) switch places every time they use their powers.
Coming Nov. 10, 2023 to theaters.
Indian superstars Prabhas and Amitabh Bachchan headline this epic science-fiction adventure — one of the most expensive films ever produced in India — that appears to take place in a post-apocalyptic, Dune-esque world with a deep mythology.
Coming Jan. 12, 2024 to theaters.
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Twisted Metal showrunner Michael Jonathan Smith and stars Anthony Mackie and Stephanie Beatriz face off against each other as they play the series’ namesake video game together and chat about their relationship to the project.
Coming July 27, 2023 to Peacock.
Fox’s new animated comedy from Rick and Morty’s Dan Harmon debuts a new trailer ahead of the show’s special two-episode Comic-Con screening on Thursday night. The show centers on a dysfunctional mixed family of humans and mythological creatures in ancient Greece as they try to work out the kinks in their fledgling city.
Coming Sept. 24, 2023 to Fox.
Max’s adult animated DC antihero comedy gets a season 4 trailer with all the wit, sex, and blood fans have come to expect of the series, which follows Harley after her break-up with Joker as she tries to figure out her place in Gotham City.
Returning July 27, 2023 to Max.
Fans of the beloved Cartoon Network series Adventure Time have something new to look forward to, as Max offers a first look at its spin-off Adventure Time: Fiona & Cake. As the title implies, the series follows the characters Fiona the Human and Cake the Cat, who represent alternate versions of the original series’ Finn the Human and Jake the Dog.
Coming Aug. 31, 2023 to Max.
Issa Rae and Kid Cudi lend their voices to this animated series based on the Oscar-winning 2019 short film Hair Love. Like the film, the comedy series focuses on the relationship between a Black father and his daughter who bond when he does her hair for the first time.
Coming this fall to Max.
The Prime Video comedy series based on the novel co-written by show creator Neil Gaiman returns for its second season, offering this behind-the-scenes look with stars Michael Sheen and David Tennant and various other cast and crew.
Coming July 28, 2023 to Prime Video.
AMC unveiled an ominous teaser for its new Walking Dead spin-off series, The Ones Who Live, which follows Michonne (Danai Gurira) and her search for Rick (Andrew Lincoln) after, as she says in the trailer, “I found out he’s alive.”
Coming 2024 to AMC.
In addition to following up with Michonne and Rick, fans of The Walking Dead can also look forward to the return of fan-favorite Daryl (Norman Reedus). Unlike the other series, this one is set in France, where Daryl washes ashore, finds shelter at a convent, and attempts to navigate his new environment.
Coming Sept. 10, 2023 to AMC.
Lastly on the Walking Dead front, AMC also revealed that its spin-off Dead City, which follows the exploits of Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan), will return for a second season with brief announcement teaser.
AMC also offered a sneak peek at the second season of its acclaimed adaptation of the Anne Rice novel Interview with the Vampire, further expanding the story of Louis (Jacob Anderson), Lestat (Sam Reid), Claudia (now played by Delainey Hayles), and the rest of their coven.
Coming 2024 to AMC.
Adult Swim released an early first look at this Japanese anime version of the wildly popular animated sci-fi comedy series Rick and Morty. Following what appears to be the opening credit theme song, creator and director Takashi Sano appears to reassure fans and explain how he hopes he can live up to expectations.
This may not technically be a Comic-Con trailer, but Netflix did decide to drop a fresh new look at their upcoming live-action adaptation of the long-running manga and anime series One Piece. Is the timing coincidence? Probably not.
Coming Aug. 31, 2023 to Netflix.
The adult animated superhero series Invincible on Prime Video released a new teaser for the anticipated second season. Steven Yeun returns to voice the title character, along with Gillian Jacobs, Seth Rogen, Zazie Beets, and more, and they’re joined in season 2 by folks like Sterling K. Brown, Chloe Bennett, Ben Schwartz, Tatiana Maslany, and Optimus Prime himself, Peter Cullen.
Coming Nov. 3, 2023 to Prime Video.
Now, if you can’t wait for season 2 of Invincible, maybe you can temporarily scratch that itch with this special episode of the series, chronicling the origin story of Atom Eve, the character voiced by Gillian Jacobs. As the trailer indicates, it’s already available to stream now on Prime Video.
Streaming now on Prime Video.
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