Due to the spread of coronavirus, for the first time in 50 years, San Diego Comic-Con has been officially cancelled. However, the four-day convention was scheduled for late July but organizers didn’t want to take any chances so they cancelled the event. Many fans were left disappointed including Filmmaker James Gunn, who brought a number of Marvel films to the convention, the director expressed his own sadness, he wrote, “It’s the right thing to do, but I’m still sad to hear about #SDCC being canceled this year. I’ll miss all of you. We as creators, studios, and publishers will have to find ways to make it up to you the fans in other ways.” After his tweet, fans requested him and Warner Bros. to hold a digital panel for Suicide Squad sequel or release footage from the film, however, nor Studio or James confirmed anything.