Werewolf By Night Trailer Brings A Black And White Camp To The MCU

Marvel Studios released the first trailer for the upcoming werewolf at night special.

Unveiled during Disney’s D23 celebrations, the werewolf at night The trailer introduces Marvel fans to Jack Russell (Gael García Bernal), who transforms into the titular lycanthrope character. Surprisingly, the special, at least based on what’s shown in the initial trailer, fully embraces a cheesy, classic black-and-white horror-movie aesthetic, right down to the vintage-style movie opening matinee. Plus, eagle-eyed viewers get their first look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe debut of the monstrously heroic swamp-dwelling man-thing.

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News of what’s next on Disney+ werewolf at night The Halloween special premiered in August 2021. The special is directed by Michael Giacchino, a veteran composer who has worked on movies like Jurassic World: Dominion, the batman, Spider-Man: No Way Home and more. Giacchino previously directed a 2018 short film titled monster challenge and a 2019 episode of Star Trek: Short Hikes. “I’ve had a great time,” Giacchino said earlier when he was asked about working on werewolf at night. It is an incredibly challenging process. I love it.” She continued, “Every day I’ve had fun working on it, and we’re in the middle, and I hope we can share a lot more about it very soon.”

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The special’s official synopsis reads: “A new werewolf by night roams the Southwest, but all is not as it seems! A young man, a family curse, and an unholy experiment turn out to be a dangerous combination for a small town in Arizona.” All young Jake wants is to protect his people, but who will protect him from the monster within?

Who is the werewolf at night?

Created by Roy Thomas, Jeanie Thomas, Gerry Conway and Mike Ploog, Jack Russell first debuted in 1972. marvel projector #two. The character went on to star in his own solo series, werewolf at nightwhich ran for 43 issues until 1977. werewolf at night Issue #32, published in 1975, also contains the first appearance of Moon Knight, who was originally hired to kill Russell but eventually decides to help him. Russell went on to star in several other series and made several additional appearances over the years. In October, the character will meet Moon Knight at the Moon Knight Annual #1 from writer Jed MacKay, artist Federico Sabbatini, and cover artist Rod Reis.

werewolf at night premieres on Disney+ on October 7.

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