Comic-Con Movie Trailers: The Witcher, Top Gun: Maverick, More From SDCC 2019

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San Diego Comic-Con 2019 day one is in the books and day two is under way, and that means that the floodgates have been opened for new movie trailers. Whether it's an upcoming film, live-action series, animated revival, or anything in between, there's sure to be a tease of it at the show, which means you'll no doubt be spending the next few days with your eyes glued to screens. We're now in Day 2, and there are a lot of Marvel panels on the way, and Netflix's The Witcher panel is also coming up, where we might get the first trailer for the upcoming show.

To help you keep up with the latest trailers, we've put together a roundup where you'll find the coolest ones from the show in one, convenient place. Thus far we've been given our first proper look at Top Gun: Maverick and a terrifying look at It Chapter 2. The trailers are going to keep coming, so be sure to check back here regularly.

Top Gun: Maverick

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As you can probably guess from the title, Tom Cruise returns as Maverick in the sequel to Top Gun, the 80s-era flick about just a bunch a guys being dudes in high-speed fighter jets. It seems, however, Mav hasn't changed all that much. In fact, that seems to be the crux of the movie as, despite being a decorated pilot, Mav hasn't ascended up the ranks. He's still the same old cocky fighter pilot.

It Chapter 2

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Pennywise the dancing clown is returning to terrify eggboys once again in It Chapter 2. At the end of the first film, the Losers Club drove him away but, knowing that the evil clown would one day return to Derry, Maine to feed on the fear of a new generation. Having faced the horror head-on and emerged victorious, they vowed to return to Derry should he reappear. And it just so happens that he's back...

His Dark Materials

HBO revealed a new trailer for His Dark Materials, its upcoming adaptation of the Philip Pullman trilogy of fantasy novels Northern Lights (known as The Golden Compass in the US), The Subtle Knife, and The Amber Spyglass. Its cast includes James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Dafne Keen.

Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

After spreading his wings into the thriller and horror genre, as well as a few superhero TV shows, Kevin Smith is returning to a fan favorite. More specifically, two fan favorites: Jay and Silent Bob. The mischevious duo are back and getting a reboot, except, it seems like not much has changed. The trailer for Jay and Silent Bob is puerile, risque, and very silly in exactly the way fans expect. Snooch to the nooch.

Cats

Easily the most disturbing trailer so far, even topping It: Chapter 2's, belongs to Cats. The unsettling blend of animation and real-life performances makes for a bizarre trailer, especially when considering the talent involved: Judi Dench, Idris Elba, Ian McKellen, and more.

The Witcher

During a panel at SDCC Netflixfinally showed off the first full trailer for its adaption of The Witcher and it looks pretty darn good. We Henry Cavil gets lots of screen time, which means we get to see just how faithful the show will be to design of everyone's favorite badass monster slayer, and we're pleased to say he's looking very good. It's also a very compelling trailer in other regards too, the world it sets up looks and sounds interesting and, from what we've been shown, it looks like it's going to be a suitably dark and mature fantasy tale.

As mentioned above, there's going to be lots more trailers over the coming hours and days, so this article will be updated frequently. If you want to stay on top of the latest news stories as they break, make sure to check out our SDCC 2019 hub. It's going to be an exciting show and we've already had news that Edward Furlong is returning to play John Connor in Terminator Dark Fate, confirmation that Agents of Shield is coming to an end, and more.

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