Looks like third time's the charm for Conan O'Brien, who's he's packing-up his late-night TBS talk show Conan (and his stash of sweet-looking Funkos) for another go-around at Comic-Con International (SDCC). Conan at Comic-Con will be held at San Diego's Spreckels Theatre from Wednesday July 19 to Saturday, July 22, and air at 11 pm ET/PT on TBS (with episodes available the next day across TBS and Team Coco's digital, mobile and on-demand platforms). An added addition to this year's coverage is the Conan360 Live Pre-Show, which will air live every night across all of Team Coco's social handles.
From the TBS press release, here are O'Brien's guests for all four days:
Wednesday, July 19
Bright: Will Smith (Hancock), Joel Edgerton (Midnight Special), Noomi Rapace (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo), Edgar Ramirez (The Girl on the Train) and Lucy Fry (11.22.63)
Supernatural: Jared Padalecki (House of Wax) and Jensen Ackles (My Bloody Valentine)
Thursday, July 20
A surprise film cast to be announced
(Reporter's Note: Right now, there's a bit of a DC vs. Marvel "tug-o-war" on social media about whether the "surprise film" listed will be either Justice League or Thor: Ragnorak. My thoughts? I wouldn't be surprised to see the cast from Black Panther take the stage; or if we're thinking non-Marvel/DC, then I would consider Steven Spielberg's adaptation of Ready Player One another possibility)
Saturday, July 22
The Lego Ninjago Movie: Dave Franco (21 Jump Street), Olivia Munn (X-Men Apocalypse), Justin Theroux (The Leftovers), Zach Woods (Ghostbusters), Michael Pena (Ant-Man), Kumail Nanjiani (The Big Sick) and Abbi Jacobson (Broad City)
Sunday, July 23
Game of Thrones: Alfie Allen (John Wick), Jacob Anderson (Episodes), John Bradley-West (Borgia), Gwendoline Christie (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Liam Cunningham (Doctor Who), Nathalie Emmanuel (The Fate of the Furious), Conleth Hill (Suits), Sophie Turner (X-Men: Apocalypse) and Isaac Hempstead Wright (The Awakening)
Bright is a fantasy/action film directed by David Ayer (Suicide Squad) and described by the film's distributor Netflix as such: "In an alternate present-day where magical creatures live among us, two L.A. cops become embroiled in a prophesied turf battle."