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24 more exclusive movie and TV trailers from Comic-Con 2015

Published Jul 14th, 2015 9:20AM EDT
Best New Trailers Comic-Con 2015

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Wait, you thought we were done showing you all of the awesome new exclusive trailers and teaser videos spilling out of San Diego Comic-Con 2015? Not even close.

On Monday we rounded up the 10 best trailers Comic-Con had to offer this year, and if you haven’t already seen them, you can view them all right here. If you want to get a taste of some of the best new movies and TV shows set to debut this year, you really should.

Now, however, we’ve got plenty more action to show you. We’ve dug through the deepest depths of the Internet and come up with 24 more trailers, teasers and other new videos that debuted exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con 2015. These movies and TV shows will be among the most exciting premieres of the year, and you can get a taste of them all right here.

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Agents of SHIELD


The Bastard Executioner

Childhood’s End


Con Man

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

Doctor Who

The Expanse

Fear the Walking Dead

The Flash


Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2


The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

The Man in the High Castle

Once Upon A Time


The Shannara Chronicles


The Strain


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