-- San Diego Comic-Con officially begins tonight and will last through the weekend.
There is WAY too much happening at Comic-Con International: San Diego to list it all, but here's some of the top panels and events planned.
1 - 'Justice League'
The cast is also slated to be at the panel to talk about the film.
2 - 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle'
Tatum plus Bridges and Berry equal a lot of excited fans for this September film.
3 - 'Westworld'
4 - 'Game of Thrones'
Yep, the season 7 premiere had everyone raving about "GOT's" return this past weekend, and now the cast will speak to fans before the follow-up episode. On Friday, stars Sophie Turner, Gwendoline Christie and more will grace Hall H with their presence.
Netflix is going to have a field day at this year's Comic-Con. In addition to Marvel's "The Defenders," the streaming services answer to the big screen's "Avengers," there are also panels for "Stranger Things" season 2 and original films like "Bright and Death Note."
6 - 'Legion'
The "New Mutants" story line on FX, featuring Dan Stevens and Aubrey Plaza, was a huge, surprise hit this past year, pulling even more non-comic fans into the genre.
Friday at 5 p.m., the cast will talk about the highly-anticipated follow-up season and what to expect. Should fans "expect" a first look?
7 - 'Fear the Walking Dead' and 'Walking Dead'
AMC will bring out its biggest stars this weekend to promote both its "Walking Dead" franchises. Back-to-back panels will take place on Friday with Kim Dickens, Andrew Lincoln and more!
8 - Literally anything else you can think of!
Yep, you read that correctly. There is so much news that could break this weekend that you just can't predict.
Will anything be revealed from "Deadpool 2"? Will there be another "Thor: Ragnarok" trailer? Sometimes, there's just no way to know all the surprises that come from this huge event. These movies don't have official panels as of yet, but could squeak into their respective studio's block of time in a big way.
Also, lots should come from CW's flagship hero shows like "The Flash," "Supergirl" and more.
For the full schedule, head over to Comic-Con.org.
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