Marvel won’t be presenting at Hall H for this year’s Comic-Con fans, according to the social post of one Hollywood movie director.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn was asked Saturday if he would be in San Diego for the annual convention of pop culture in a few months.

He posted the following in the Facebook chat:

“I’m not sure. Marvel isn’t going so I’m not sure I will either.”

What? No Marvel?

Bloggers jumped on the statement that appears to hint that Marvel Studios – not Marvel as a whole – will skip the July event at the San Diego Convention Center.
For Comic-Con veterans, Marvel Studios is always a big draw for fans who queue up to see stars of upcoming movies.

This year, it was expected to return with its annual entourage of big celebrity names to promote the upcoming movies “Avengers:Age of Ultron” and “Ant Man.”
Marvel’s longest running super hero team the “Fantastic Four” will be featured in the upcoming movie from 20th Century Fox.

Comic-Con 2015 spokesperson David Glanzer said his staff normally doesn’t begin planning the exhibit floor layout or the panel schedule until the beginning of May.
Even so, Glanzer said not everyone appears every year.

“It’s not unusual for a studio to miss a day or a studio to combine their presentation with another studio slot,” Glanzer said. “As of right now, we haven’t heard anything.”

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