Comic-Con 2019: Here's everything that happened on Day 2

Day two of San Diego Comic-Con has arrived, which means this annual pop culture extravaganza is officially in full swing. The first day brought plenty of excitement, with a whole heap of trailers and news dropping. (Edward Furlong is back! Holy crap, that terrifying trailer for It Chapter Two!) The second day promises even more to come, with panels for Veronica Mars, Game of Thrones (sans showrunners), and Netflix’s The Witcher among the scheduled events, and EW will be there to bring you all the hottest scoops.

Read on for all the major news revealed during day two, and don’t forget to check out our live coverage of all your favorite casts from our video suite! (This post will be updated throughout the day to reflect breaking news.)

First trailer for Mayans M.C. season 2 released

Ahead of the show’s Sunday Comic-Con panel (moderated by EW’s own Lynette Rice), FX dropped the first trailer for Mayans M.C. season 2, teasing the tensions to come in the new season of the Sons of Anarchy spin-off.

Brandon Routh is returning as Superman for The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover

Supermen will abound in the CW’s massive Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event. Brandon Routh, who played the Man of Steel in 2006’s Superman Returns, will reprise the role for the crossover, alongside Tyler Hoechlin‘s Arrowverse version. Shortly after the news broke, the Legends of Tomorrowcast joined us in EW’s video studio, where Routh (who plays Ray Palmer/The Atom on the CW show) discussed donning the iconic suit once more.

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EW exclusively revealed first look photos from TBS’ Snowpiercer

We finally have our first look at TBS’ long-awaited Snowpiercer TV adaptation, as EW unveiled exclusive photos showcasing stars Daveed Diggs and Jennifer Connelly. Check out the photos here — if you’re not on board, you’re going to miss the train.

Hulu dropped the new season of Veronica Mars a week early

Fans eagerly awaiting Hulu’s revival of Veronica Mars found their wait cut short: It was announced at the end of the show’s panel that the new season was available effective immediately, jumping the announced July 26 premiere date by a week. Earlier, the cast joined EW’s Samantha Highfill to dish on the revival, promising a more “adult” show with plenty of buns and guns. Now you can see for yourself.

The Avengers crashed the Russo Brothers’ panel with adorable video messages

As the Avengers: Endgame directors reflected on their work and teased future projects in Hall H, some of the Avengers themselves popped in via video chat. Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Paul Rudd, Robert Downey Jr., Tom Holland, and Chadwick Boseman thanked fans for supporting Endgame before grilling the brothers with such urgent questions as which MCU Chris truly has America’s ass.

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DuckTales revealed familiar faces to appear in upcoming episodes

Not only did Lin-Manuel Miranda made a surprise appearance on the DuckTales panel, but the panel unveiled a new poster revealing many familiar faces will pop up in upcoming episodes. Those include Daisy Duck, Goofy, and numerous characters from the beloved Disney Afternoon slate. Check out the poster and more exclusive images here.

Fear the Walking Dead renewed for season 6

Fans are eagerly awaiting Sunday’s midseason finale of Fear the Walking Dead, but the show’s producers whetted fans’ appetites even more with the announcement that the show will return for a sixth season. The team also unveiled a trailer for the second half of season 5 (premiering Aug. 11) and announced new casting news, and the cast swung by the EW studio to tease the midseason finale.

Related content:

  • EW’s full Comic-Con 2019 coverage
  • See all the stars at Comic-Con 2019’s biggest panels
  • Comic-Con 2019: Everything that happened on Day 1
  • Comic-Con Must List: The 10 things we’re most excited about at Comic-Con 2019

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