Can you watch CinemaCon online? (Will the CinemaCon trailers be released online?)

CinemaCon 2022 is underway and this year’s annual event has drawn the biggest studios in the game and is creating a lot of buzz thanks to the massive announcements which have dropped thus far.

Unfolding in Las Vegas from April 25 – April 28, CinemaCon, the Official Convention of The National Association of Theatre Owners, is a gathering for the worldwide motion picture theater industry featuring exclusive Hollywood product presentations debuting upcoming films, must-see premiere feature screenings, and appearances from today’s biggest stars, producers and directors.

This year’s event is garnering a lot of excitement among moviegoers who have found themselves curious to know whether they can watch CinemaCon panels online. But is this an option for those who don’t have tickets to the event in Las Vegas or were unable to make the trek out to Vegas for the in-person gathering?

Can you watch CinemaCon panels online (2022)

Unfortunately, CinemacCon panels are not available to watch online. While many pop culture events such as New York Comic Con and San Diego Comic-Con offer live streams of select panels, making it easy for those across the globe to enjoy the panels, CinemaCon does not currently have any live streams for its various events.

Do studios release CinemaCon trailers online?

Unlike at other major pop culture events such as San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic Con, a majority of the footage including trailers and first looks at upcoming films shown at CinemaCon tend to remain exclusive to the event.

Thus far during this year’s event, it has been teased that the first-look footage for films including Kraven the Hunter, Black Adam, The Flash, Shazam! Fury of the Gods, Wonka and more have been shown during various panels. While those in attendance were able to enjoy the footage, studios such as Sony and Warner Bros. have yet to release any of the trailer or footage from the event online for fans to enjoy.

It remains unclear whether any studio might share their promotional footage with audiences across the globe via social media, but right now it’s looking like most of the footage being shown during this year’s event is designed to remain exclusive to those in attendance.

Do you wish CinemaCon offered an option to watch its panels via a live stream online? Are you disappointed that so many studios seem to be showing footage that is exclusive to the event? Let us know in the comments below!