Walt Disney Co’s Marvel Studios on Monday encouraged superhero fans to return to movie theaters, a show of support for pandemic-battered cinemas trying to stage a comeback amid competition from streaming services.
“See you at the movies,” said a three-minute-long trailer designed to stir excitement for 10 upcoming Marvel films including “Black Widow,” “Eternals” and a “Black Panther” sequel.
The video also showed footage from inside a theater of fans reacting to the decisive battle scene in “Avengers: Endgame” in April 2019.
The world may change and evolve, but the one thing that will never change: we’re all part of one big family. pic.twitter.com/jZVYL6fOq6
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) May 3, 2021
Marvel’s The Eternals is directed by Oscar winner Chloe Zhao and a first look at some of the footage from the film was also shared with fans. It also gave fans a small glimpse of Angelina Jolie’s superhero avatar as she sported blonde locks and was even seen wielding a blade.
The Eternals clip also unveiled the first look of Salma Hayek’s character. She is dressed in a cowgirl avatar.
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— lex (@ATR3lDES) May 3, 2021
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— viv (@wickedjolie) May 3, 2021
Disney is offering “Black Widow” for a USD 30 charge through the Disney+ streaming services on the same day it debuts in theaters in July.
Source: News 18