Day one of San Diego Comic-Con featured the 10-year reunion of the popular AMC show "Breaking Bad.” The reunion featured the whole cast back together again, including Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris, Bob Odenkirk, and many other cast members. After 10 years, the show still holds up as one of the best television shows of all-time.

Also, another highlight of day one of Comic-Con included another panel in Hall H, featuring the cast and director of the new “The Predator” movie. The cast includes Keegan-Michael Key, Sterling K. Brown, Trevante Rhodes, Jake Busey, and Boyd Holbrook.

The movie is directed by Shane Black, who has directed films like “Iron Man 3” and 2005’s “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.” They revealed some new information during the panel about the upcoming remake of the 1987 classic, which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Crossover happening?

There was speculation that a crossover could be in the works, but “Breaking Bad” creator, Vince Gilligan, stopped that speculation. According to CBS, Gilligan said that “you will not see Walt and Jesse on “Better Call Saul,” a spin-off of the show.”

There were some connections to “Breaking Bad” in “Better Call Saul,” a spin-off of the show. For instance, there’s an episode of “Better Call Saul,” which references Lalo, which is also mentioned in “Breaking Bad.” This scene featured Walter and Jesse kidnapping Saul and he reacted to his kidnapping by pleading, “Please lalo, don’t do it.” While there may not be main characters like Walt or Jesse appearing on the spin-off show in the coming future, references like these did appear throughout the show.

Remake to a horror classic

Another highlight from Comic-Con yesterday was Shane Black’s,The Predator” panel at Hall H. The cast, as well as the director, were all there to talk about their upcoming movie. During the panel, the trailer for the upcoming film was released, according to The Los Angelos Times. The trailer shows a group of mercenaries who have a mission to hunt down a monster, called the predator.

According to The Los Angelos Times, Shane Black stated that the characters in the remake are similar to the characters in the original “Predator.” He said that “It was kind of a wink, you have these super muscular guys with weapons that were absolutely ridiculous.”

Shane Black further said, “There’s a faction on the Predator homeworld that’s been bested, they send their champions to earth and they don’t come home.” Their species is decreasing in numbers, and they are trying to survive with whatever they can.

While Day one of San Diego Comic-Con has passed, day two is currently underway. Stay tuned for more updates on future panels.