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"You have to decide the man you want to be." No truer words were ever said when it comes to Zack Snyder and Warner Bros. trying to figure out how to best bring Superman to the big screen after the lukewarm reception of 2006's "Superman Returns." Collider delivers a recap on the Comic-Con panel — and a look at the awesome new poster.
Marvel Mania at Comic-Con 2012! Tons of details were revealed about the Phase 2 movies, and ScreenCrush has the line-up as follows: "Thor: The Dark World" will hit theaters on Nov. 8, 2013; "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" will be released on April 4, 2014; the still-surprising "Guardians of the Galaxy" will come out on Aug. 1, 2014 and we'll likely be seeing Edgar Wright's take on "Ant Man" in 2015.
Let's not forget what character paved the way for the Marvel Movies as we know them today: the invincible Iron Man! Robert Downey Jr. was greeted in San Diego with as much fanfare as Tony Stark as he shared some secrets of "Iron Man 3," including an official confirmation that Ben Kingsley is, indeed, playing the Mandarin.
The King of the Cinema of Cool made an appearance at Comic-Con as well. Moviefone has the details on the "Django Unchained" panel, where Quentin Tarantino, Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Don Johnson discussed the finer details of their epic revenge drama that arrives just in time for Christmas.
What's Comic-Con without Guillermo del Toro? The much-beloved fantasy director was met with thunderous applause as he took the stage to present footage from his upcoming sci-fi extravaganza, "Pacific Rim." Giant monsters, giant robots and Ron Perlman!
And then, of course, "The Hobbit." Director Peter Jackson, along with stars Martin Freeman, Ian McKellan, Richard Armitage, Andy Serkis, surprise guest Elijah Woodand screenwriter Philippa Boyens were on hand to give Comic-Con attendees an extended look at "An Unexpected Journey."
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