Back in November, DC's blog revealed the comic book publisher will join its parent company to form one "super-sized" space at the convention. The combined DC/Warner Bros. booth will find a home in the entertainment section of the exhibit hall, right near Artist Alley. SDCC-goers can expect to see DC comic books, films, television and more alongside Warner Bros.' other popular franchises in the exhibit hall.
Despite this mega-exhibit, Warner Bros. has decided to skip Hall H entirely. Instead, the studio will host its "ScareDiego" event to promote It: Chapter Two. ScareDiego will not only spotlight It: Chapter Two, but also other horror films. The event will likely feature additional It footage and possibly a new trailer, though it's unclear whether the event will feature a panel.
At the time of writing, Warner Bros. has several DC films in various stages of development. The Suicide Squad, Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), Joker and Wonder Woman 1984 are all scheduled to release between October this year and August 2021.
Comic-Con International in San Diego runs Thursday, July 18 through Sunday, July 21.