This photo by The Hollywood Reporter was taken 30 minutes before the casts of the two Marvel movies took the stage at Hall H on Saturday at Comic-Con.
It was hard getting them all to stop hugging and shaking hands, THR reports. Letitia Wright, who plays Shuri in "Black Panther" shook hands with Hiddleston, saying, "Nice meeting you, Tom. Now get your butts on the stage!" Yes, ma'am!
Danai Gurira summed up the shoot after giving co-star Lupita Nyong'o a hug: "This is a real family moment."
The only missing star who already at Comic-Con: Tessa Thompson (warrior Valkyrie in the "Thor" sequel), who was tied up with back-to-back panels.
From left to right, here's everyone in the photo:
"Thor: Ragnarok" opens November 3rd, 2017 and "Black Panther" on February 16, 2018
Read more about the shoot over at THR.
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