Love and Thunder – Deadline

Disney kicked off its CineEurope presentation in Barcelona today with 12 minutes of footage from July’s Marvel Vierquel Thor: love and thunderand teased trailers throughout the show and looks at the other upcoming titles, including four never-before-seen scenes from James Cameron’s Avatar: The way of the water

Ahead of the Thor Tony Chambers, Disney’s head of global theater distribution, emphasized the importance of immersive storytelling and the studio’s “robust, diverse slate” that initiated approximately 60 minutes of footage that was then introduced by EMEA Head of Theatrical Distribution Nick Rush. and EMEA Head of Studio Marketing Lee Jury.

There were pre-recorded messages from the likes of Marvel boss Kevin Feige, who noted that even after 14 years, it “feels like we’re just getting started.” Thor star Chris Hemsworth regretted not being in Barcelona for the sangria that “always tastes better” in the Spanish city when he love and thunder scenes.

For Lucasfilm’s indian jones 5Harrison sent Ford a video noting that it’s been 13 years since the last movie and that it was “time to put the fedora back on and crack the whip.”

We also saw clips from haunted housePixars Elementary and Strange worldand the David O Russell-directed ensemble of New Regency Amsterdam

Sam Mendes sent a video to talk about Searchlight’s realm of light† The 1917 director said he wrote this new film during lockdown after that film, calling it an “extremely personal story” about music and movies and finding love in unlikely places.

Repping Searchlight, International Head Rebecca Kearey Introduced a Trailer for Whodunnit See how they walk with Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan and a teaser for Martin McDonough’s The Banshees of Inisherin with Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. Searchlight also showed the opening scene of knight about the illegitimate son of an African slave and a French plantation owner who elevates himself to great heights in French society as a composer.

Thor director Taika Waititi’s Next goal wins was treated to an eight-minute preview. The film is about the American Samoa football team, which suffered its biggest defeat in World Cup history by losing 31–0 to Australia in 2001, but was given a new coach in the form of Michael Fassbender.

Disney closed the show with a personal visit from Avatar producer Jon Landau who flew to Barcelona from New Zealand to promote the upcoming sequel. He said Avatar: The way of the water was in the final stages of post-production and that it was important to be in Barcelona “to show our support to the exhibition community”.

Before showing four scenes from the film, Landau noted that the strengths of James Cameron’s scripts lie in their universal themes; “There’s nothing more recognizable than family,” he said before throwing a message from Cameron.

Cameron from New Zealand said that the Avatar team “pushed the boundaries even further…each shot is designed for the largest screen and highest resolution possible…I believe the audience wants it.” He added: “We as an industry are not going away.”

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