This year’s 2019 Comic Con event is absolutely packed with incredibly entertaining movie and TV show previews. This year’s highly anticipated line-up includes well-reviewed movies such as Terminator: Dark Fate, Pennyworth, Snowpiercer, and much more. Based on what is known so far the shows and movies are more special-effects driven than ever before. The storylines and plots are also refreshingly original. Regarding the franchise sequels, they are keeping it fresh while still delivering on age-old nostalgia.
The Top 5 Comic Con 2019 Movies and TV Shows
Terminator: Dark Fate – This is by far the most widely anticipated preview of the year. Linda Hamilton, who looks stunning at 62 years old, is set to pick up where she left off as Sarah Connor. This Terminator installment picks up exactly where Terminator 2: Judgment Day, ended. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Edward Furlong will also be starring in the film.
Snowpiercer – This science-fiction film is based on the highly acclaimed graphic novel by Benjamin Legrand, Jacques Lob, and Jean-Marc Rochette. The premise is based on a global warming catastrophe that takes place after an engineering cure badly fails. A new Ice Age occurs and threatens to wipe all life from Earth.
Pennyworth – The upcoming TV series called Pennyworth is also extremely anticipated. Based on a DC Comics storyline, the plot follows Thomas Wayne’s legendary butler referred to as Alfred Pennyworth. Pennyworth was a former British SAS soldier that is set loose on London in the 1960s, serving as Wayne’s chief of security. The series is set to air for a global audience.
Creepshow – The popular and world-renowned producers Stephen King and George A. Romero have teamed up to create this web-based television series which is based on a continuation from the first two Creepshow movies. The series showcases different horror stories and will definitely not leave viewers bored with the same storyline or plot.
Star Trek: Picard – After nearly 17 years, Patrick Stewart returns to his fan-favorite role as Jean-Luc Picard. The web-series plot offers viewers a much more in-depth view of Picard’s character and role as commander of the USS Enterprise starship. The time period is set at the end of the 24th century picking up twenty years later after the events that took place during Star Trek: Nemesis.