Marvel Studios to Skip SDCC ’23

After blowing the doors off Hall H last year, Marvel Studios has decided to skip San Diego Comic-Con this July. Though the move is sure to upset fans, it’s hardly surprising given the current climate in Hollywood. The ongoing WGA strike has caused Marvel Studios to put productions on several projects on hold and the looming SAG strike would mean the Hall H stage would be pretty empty as actors would sit it out.

SDCC ’22 was a huge hit for Kevin Feige and company with the announcements of Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, Avengers: Secret Wars and Daredevil: Born Again leading the way. Feige also revealed that Phases 4-6 would make up the Multiverse Saga and dropped trailers for a few projects. Given Feige’s insistence that the studio won’t show up in San Diego unless it can over-deliver, sitting out 2023 makes sense. With talent likely to sit out the event, once the studio updated its theatrical slate via an official release, there’s not much left to deliver.

Source: The Wrap

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