The annual Comic Con event saw the cast and crew of Star Wars: The Force Awakens steal the show with its mix of classic stars and new arrivals. A concert of classic Star Wars music was attended by members of the cast, including Harrison Ford in his first appearance since the plane crash that reportedly threatened his life, The Guardian reports. Many new movies and TV shows arrived with large reels of footage to show those gathered to get a first glimpse at the movies that will appear in the forthcoming year.
However, the Star Wars footage was largely behind the scenes and did not reveal any new information about costumes or plot. This was in contrast to a number of other movies launches that were far less well received. Where Ford received a standing ovation for his appearance on the Star Wars panel, skepticism remained in place for the eagerly awaited Batman Vs Superman movie. Fans like Ricardo Tosto know that the DC Comics superhero crossover choose to reveal a preview totaling almost five minutes in running time, which left those attending the launch questioning what they had left to see in the movie. Star Wars director JJ Abrams revealed the next preview for The Force Awakens would not appear until November 2015, just one month before the Christmas release of the movie.