Disney and Marvel dropped A LOT of new trailers during the Super Bowl 1 year ago

Disney and Marvel dropped A LOT of new trailers during the Super Bowl

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These all look pretty fantastic.

The Super Bowl is usually a very good time for companies to get as many eyes on their new products as possible. Millions upon millions of Americans and loads more around the world always tune in to the watch the big game, which is why the 30-second slots apparently cost as much as $5.6 million!


Still though, Disney can afford it (having made ALL of the money in 2019), and this year they splashed out on no less than three spots during Super Bowl LIV, showing off teasers for two upcoming movies and three new shows arriving on Disney+.

We guess the big one is the megamix teaser for Disney+'s upcoming Marvel shows, namely WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, and Loki. Why is this the big one? Well, it is the very first time we've actually seen anything from the Loki show, and even though it wasn't a lot, that line of "I'm going to burn this place to the ground" is enough to get us very excited.

While the streaming service still doesn't arrive here for almost two months, this won't play out like The Mandalorian, as we all maddeningly try to avoid spoilers online. All three of these new shows will drop worldwide on the same day, with The Falcon and The Winter Solider and WandaVision both set to arrive before the end of 2020, and Loki due to drop in early 2021.

Then we've got Black Widow's new teaser, which gives us more time with Natasha's pre-Avengers family, namely Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), Red Guardian (David Harbour) and Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz). We also get a new look at the movie's villain, Taskmaster (we still don't know who is behind that mask), who pulls off a very Captain America move here. Black Widow arrives in Irish cinemas on Friday 1 May.

And last but not least, we've got a new look at Mulan, which really does seem to be an out-and-out action movie. As opposed to recent live-action Disney remakes, this seems to use the original as a jumping off point to tell the same story in a very different way, apparently taking a lot of inspiration from wushu movies like Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and House Of Flying Daggers. Mulan arrives in Irish cinemas on Friday 27 March.


All clips via Walt Disney Studios & Marvel Entertainment

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