Marvel brought a lot of news to San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend. The fans in attendance were also treated to exclusive footage. However, some of them have leaked onto the internet and the studio is not happy about that.
Kevin Feige, the senior president of Marvel Studios, took the stage at San Diego’s iconic Hall H on Saturday for a show that lasted more than an hour. In its presentation, the producer not only announced a lot of new titles, but also showed a number of exclusive trailers.
Although the organization often works to prevent people from filming in the room and posting photos online, the studio has had no luck this year. Trailers for both the aforementioned movies have since appeared online — albeit in potato quality.
This is of course not the intention. So Marvel is trying to take pictures offline quickly – pleading for copyright. Watching a poor quality trailer doesn’t do the creators’ work anyway.
So fans will have to be patient with the official trailers.
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