Our goal was to make this the most faithful comic book to movie adaptation fans have ever seen. However, Lee just jokingly said that the Marvel employees were staring at him with dagger eyes, he even challenged them, “When you say I’m not allowed – will I be arrested?”

But OH NO. There’s still more bombs to be dropped from the annual, sprawling mecca of all things pop culture/comic/cultish. This one for X-Men: Apocalypse looks stellar.

According to LA Times, the unexpected footage brought the hall packed with 6,500 people to their feet as they clapped and chanted, “One more time!” It was instantly met with a standing ovation and loud applause, especially with the end of the trailer showing McAvoy sporting Professor X’s signature bald head, a first since the actor took over the character from Patrick Stewart.

This is a world that has grown to accept mutants, mostly.

Meanwhile, despite the excitement, fun and positive outcome of the Comic Con 2015 in San Diego, The Verge pointed an aspect that needs to be improved in the next Comic Cons. One of the biggest shockers of the weekend was that we got to see a trailer from the upcoming film by Fox, “Deadpool”.

Meanwhile, “The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials”, out September 18, showcased a new trailer and an extended look at the new monster of the movie: the Cranks.

-Oscar Isaac talked about his role as the villainous Apocalypse, saying he wields incredible “powers of persuasion”, which is how he enlists Storm, Psylocke, Magneto, and Angel onto his side. Flicks And The City/via YouTube Stan Lee joined the cast of four Marvel films on stage at San Diego’s Comic-Con for an epic selfie.

Director Josh Trank said he had not been to Comic-Con since he was 15.

Hardwick made sure to note the irony of his return for a big studio movie. Due out next month, The Fantastic Four is a reboot starring Miles Teller, Michael B. A good-humoured Ryan Reynolds let it to not take, to let go of ironic allusions to his animated, green suit as “Green Lantern”. The upcoming superhero flick is slated to open in cinemas on February 12, 2016.

Deadpool is released to USA theatres next year.

Bruce Campell is back as Ash in the first trailer forAsh vs Evil Dead, which will be premiering on Starz later this year.