While Comic-Con has many unannounced titles and films they reveal during presentations, the schedule below can only include what has been previously announced.
THURSDAY - July 24th
10 AM – Ballroom 20
It's been four full years since the show 24 officially ended. Now, Kiefer Sutherland will be back at Comic-Con to talk about the new 24: Live Another Day limited event series.
Penguins Of Madagascar – AKA The Benedict Of Cumberbatch
11:30 AM – Hall H
Benedict Cumberbatch, known best for his role in [Sherlock](series:201416) and Star Trek: Into Darkness, makes his Comic-Con debut to promote DreamWorks' upcoming film Penguins of Madagascar, a spin-off of the successful Madagascar franchise and the TV show based around these once zoo-kept flightless birds. He will be appearing alongside co-stars John Malkovich, Tom McGrath, and the animated film's directors Eric Darnell and Simon J. Smith.
George R.R. Martin Discusses In The House of the Worm
4 PM – Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront
While this Game of Thrones author is actually here to discuss In the House of the Worm, the chances are this will likely turn into a [Game of Thrones](movie:817617) discussion for a good bit of the time when everything is said and done.
FRIDAY - July 25th
Mike Tyson Mysteries
2:30 PM – Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront
The former heavyweight champ is the perfect example of just how wrong F. Scott Fitzgerald was when he said there were no second acts in American life. And to truly TKO that point, Tyson is at Comic-Con talking about his upcoming Adult Swim animated comedy series that sees the man once known as Iron Mike sleuthing around. Tyson will be there in person along with Rachel Ramras, Community’s Jim Rash and producer Hugh Davidson to give fans a first look at the show.
3 PM – Hall H
The Harry Potter films may be somewhat finished, but that doesn't mean Daniel Radcliffe is done! His latest movie is entitled [Horns](movie:466677), which will actually be Radcliffe's second major horror film after The Woman in Black.
The Maze Runner
4:20 PM – Hall H
[The Maze Runner](movie:575895), based on the highly successful young adult novel by the same name, definitely has the general audience very intrigued by its trailers. This mystery action adventure film by Twentieth Century Fox might just take us by surprise as one of the most promising young adult films of the year.
The Book Of Life
4:20 PM – Hall H
Guillermo Del Toro fans are eager to see the director's new animated feature exploring the rich culture surrounding Dia de los Muertos, a holiday that means Day of the Dead in English. Make sure to check out the trailer!
SATURDAY – JULY 26
Warner Bros: The Hobbit, Jupiter Ascending, Mad Max
10 AM – Hall H
We can definitely expect some awesome things from Warner Brothers this year, including the already announce look at [The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies](movie:512312), which is likely to air its first trailer this week, Jupiter Ascending, which is made by the creators of the Matrix series featuring stunning sci-fi effects and eye candy favorites Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum, and [Mad Max: Fury Road](movie:41445), an Australian post-apocalyptic action film.
Spotlight On Jim Steranko
1 PM – Room 9
There are lots of spotlights each year here on lots of comic legends, but few come with the sheer disruption and poignant legacy of Steranko. For one thing, Captain America: The Winter Soldier was dedicated to him. For another, his wildly innovative artwork and storytelling starting with the Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D. series in the 1960s was truly the start of what we call today the graphic novel. He also was the one behind the look of Indiana Jones in Raiders Of The Lost Ark. The Will Eisner Comic Book Hall Of Famer is a true raconteur, which means you should be there to hear the real story of the Silver Age.
Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For
2:50 PM – Hall H
Directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, along with the cast members return almost exactly 10 years later to the very same Hall H in which they first revealed Sin City's teaser trailer. Expect some nostalgia and some big stuff from this presentation if you're a Sin City fan!
Marvel Cinematic Universe
5:30 PM – Hall H
The moment we've all been waiting for! The panels for Marvel Studios! The titled presentation is the Cinematic Universe, which gives me the impression we can expect things from all sides of Marvel's film universe, including news on the Netflix series, Agent Carter, [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.](series:722469), and of course, the film universe.
American Horror Story: Coven
7 PM – Room 6DE
American Horror Story's success has lead to this story which is looking more and more promising with every revelation. As American Horror Story's first time at Comic-Con, it's not exactly clear what we can expect from them, but we will be getting a look at #American Horror Story: Freakshow by the end of it.
The Annual Jack Kirby Tribune Panel
10 AM – Room 5AB
The comic legend was Comic-Con’s first big-name guest many years ago and the confab remembers the now-deceased co-creator of Captain America, The X-Men, Fantastic Four and many more every year in homage. This year’s Jack Kirby Tribute finds the heirs of the King Of Comics in the midst of a petition to the Supreme Court for a hearing to get back certain rights from Marvel and Disney. Bet they talk about that.
Sons Of Anarchy
12:30 PM – Hall H
As the show's last and final season is set to air in September, one can expect to see [Sons of Anarchy](series:201186)'s biggest Comic-Con presence ever. Word on the street is that we could get some news updates on the prequel storyline as well.
2:15 PM – 6BCF
Ostensibly Quentin Tarantino is joining Dynamite Entertainment’s 10th Anniversary panel to discuss the comic book sequel to his 2012 pic Django Unchained, but with the Oscar winner no topic is off limits. Which means QT could bring up his shelved, live performed, maybe not shelved The Hateful Eight and what exactly is going on with it. Tarantino will be appearing with his Django comic co-plotter Matt Wagner as well as producer/comic co-editor Reginald Hudlin, Dynamite CEO and publisher Nick Barrucci and Dynamite senior editor Joseph Rybandt.