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How To Follow Marvel's SDCC 2019 Panel From Home

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If you want to watch the Marvel Studios SDCC 2019 panel online, we've got some bad news for you. San Diego Comic-Con is one of the biggest events on the film calendar, and no panel this year is quite as big as Marvel Studios.

The MCU sat Comic-Con 2018 out due to a reluctance to discuss the future beyond Avengers: Infinity War's cliffhanger ending, but now that Thanos has been defeated, it's finally time to learn what's next. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige is expected to take to the Hall H stage and reveal details on the major upcoming MCU movies, confirming release dates, cast and story details for the likes of Black Widow, The Eternals, Shang-Chi, Black Panther 2 and Doctor Strange 2.

Related: Predicting Marvel's Complete Phase 4 Slate: 2020-2023

Marvel Studios' Hall H panel takes place at 5:15pm-6:45pm PST/8:15pm-9:45pm EST/1:15am- 2:45am BST. Unfortunately, you're not in San Diego and didn't queue up overnight to get into the panel, we have some bad news: Marvel's SDCC 2019 Hall H panel will not be available to watch live online. This is true of all Comic-Con Hall H panels, in a bid to keep the events exclusive. Full footage of panels is eventually released online, but only in the days or weeks after the convention.

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Worry not. Screen Rant will be there in Hall H to provide all the biggest Marvel developments direct to our Twitter and on the site as it happens. Whether it's Shang-Chi's actor or Doctor Strange 2's title, you won't miss out on any of the breaking news. The only thing that you won't get online is any of the exclusive footage Marvel plays to Hall H. It's expected that something will be shown from the in-production Black Widow, but as has been the case with most Marvel movies that play SDCC, that won't be released online. However, we'll have detailed footage descriptions ready to run after the event.

As for what it is we'll be treated to at Marvel's SDCC panel, there's going to be a lot. No future MCU movies have been officially confirmed. Expect release dates through to 2022 at the earliest, story details for Black Widow, casting for The Eternals, concept art for Shang-Chi, and details for Black Panther 2, Doctor Strange 2, Thor 4 and Guardians of the Galaxy 3.

But that's not all. In addition to all the breaking news coverage, over the next few days, we'll be diving deep into all the reveals and analyzing what they mean for MCU Phase 4. You may not be able to watch Marvel's SDCC 2019 panel online, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on any of the fun.

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