Now, getting a spot in San Diego Comic Con's fabled Hall H may now require a night in line outside the convention center, a whole lot of snack bars and more determination than your average Batman - but if you manage it this year, then it seems you'll be in for a real treat. After all, Warner Bros. is set to dish the dirt on some of its biggest upcoming movies at the 'Con, and the company's panel starts bright and early on Saturday July 23rd at 11.30 AM.
Wondering what those fans lucky enough to make it into the Hall H panel will see, though? Well, from the sounds of it...
Warner Bros' SDCC Panel Is Going To Be A-List All The Way
Which, seeing as legendary quip-master (and late-night host) Conan O'Brien is set to host, seems pretty appropriate - especially considering the vast array of shiny movie releases Warner Bros. has on its slate for the next year or two.
What, then, can Hall H-goers expect to see? Well, for one thing:
Superheroes (And Villains) Will Be Well Represented
Not only will Wonder Woman stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine and Connie Nielsen be attending, but pretty much the entire cast of Suicide Squad looks set to invade Hall H during proceedings. Thankfully, Lego Batman himself - Will Arnett - will also be there, presumably to ensure that the 'Squad don't get out of control.
Plus, with Justice League still filming in London, y'never know who might show up...
Kings Arthur And Kong Will Also Be There
Or, at least, Charlie Hunnam - star of the upcoming King Arthur: Legend of the Sword will, as will the cast of Kong: Skull Island. Which means that Tom Hiddleston will be in attendance, increasing the possibility of spotting a cosplaying Taylor Swift by several thousand percent. Expect a chance to hear co-stars Brie Larson and John Goodman being typically awesome, too.
You'll Be Able To Find Some Fantastic Beasts
Most notably the lesser spotted Eddie Redmayne, who'll be there promoting the increasingly imminent Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, along with co-stars Katherine Waterston, Dan Fogler, Alison Sudol, Ezra Miller and Colin Farrell. And yes, that does mean you're almost guaranteed to see Miller mess with the DC presentations, too - most likely in hilarity-inducing fashion.
What's more, if last year's panel is any indication, there'll most likely be new footage for most - if not all - of the films, as well as at least a few surprises along the way. Hopes are high for a casting announcement or two - and perhaps even some details of a certain Dark Knight's latest solo movie...
What do you reckon, though?
Are you super excited to find out what Warner Bros' Hall H panel will reveal?