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The COVID-19 pandemic might stalled the movie industry but it didn’t stop it. Now that vaccines are being distributed amongst the masses, studios are inviting audiences back to the cinema. None bigger than Marvel Studios is leading that effort. Black Widow, which has been delayed so many times now, will be debuting in cinemas July 9th and soon after a flurry of new Marvel films will be debuting as well.
Academy Award winning Director Chloe Zhao’s Eternals’ teaser highlighted a particularly star-studded crew of celestial beings with Angelina Jolie wielding a mystical sword, Salma Hayek mounting a horse and Richard Madden, Kamail Nanjiani, Lauren Ridloff, Gemma Chan and Lia McHugh shapeshifting between civilian and Eternals garb. The film, dropping November 5, will depict a race of immortal beings tasked with protecting the earth from villains termed The Deviants. This is the race of aliens that Thanos is rumored to have come from.
Even further into the future, Marvel also revealed the official title for the July 2022 Black Panther sequel as Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Chadwick Boseman’s role will not be recast in the film. And perhaps in reference to Iman Vellani’s appearance as Kamala Khan following her performance in Disney+’s Ms. Marvel, the Captain Marvel sequel will be titled The Marvels. Also teased were sequels for Spider-Man, Thor, Doctor Strange, and Guardians of the Galaxy also the highly anticipated martial arts action film, Shang-Chi. Unsurprisingly, Marvel kept the teasers rolling, capping off the jam-packed trailer with a previously seen Fantastic Four logo.
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