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'Justice League,' 'Thor,' 'Westworld' and more at Comic-Con

Comic-Con offers a glimpse into the hottest upcoming TV shows and movies. We've got all your updates here.

Welcome to Comic-Con's Hall H, where Hollywood heavyweights are previewing the most anticipated movies and TV shows of the next 12 months.

Marvel once again stole the show with a bevy of exclusive footage. The studio kicked things off with a humorous summary of the franchise from Paul Rudd (Ant-Man) and Michael Peña (his sidekick), which segued into an introduction of Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet Van Dyne, Hope Pym's mother and Hank Pym's wife. 

The panel was an overload of geeky goodness, from extended looks at "Thor: Ragnarok" and "Black Panther" to the "Avengers: Infinity War" footage screened last week at Disney's D23 Expo. It made that crazy-long Hall H line worth it. 

But that wasn't all on this busy day at Comic-Con. 

  • Warner Bros released the first trailer for "Ready Player One," which dazzled the crowd with pop-culture references like "Iron Giant" (who plays a big role), a DeLorean from "Back to the Future" and "Tron." The film, about a dystopian society hooked on VR, got Steven Spielberg to Comic-Con to answer questions from the fans. 
  • Warner's DC Cinematic Universe got bulked up with the confirmed inclusion of "Flashpoint," "Green Lantern Corp" and "Wonder Woman 2" with star Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins. The panel included "Justice League" stars Ben Affleck (Batman), Gadot, Ezra Miller (Flash) and Ray Fisher (Cyborg). 
  • "Stranger Things" got crowds stoked with a new trailer that mixes in Vincent Price's voice and a remix of Michael Jackson's Thriller. 
  • Likewise, "Star Trek: Discovery" unveiled its own new trailer

Updated at 9:05 p.m. PT: We closed down our live feed of tweets and updated with a list of the announcements today. Thanks for joining us!