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Horror film “Werewolf by Night” from Marvel Studios

Disney and Marvel have released a new teaser trailer for their upcoming special, which will air exclusively on Disney+ next month on October 7, 2022. Werewolf by Night is a wonderful Halloween special directed by Michael Giacchino based on the Marvel comic book character. the same name.

Werewolf by Night is slated to be the first TV release in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to share continuity with franchise films and stars Gael Garcia Bernal, Laura Donnelly and Harriet Sansom Harris. “A secret group of monster hunters gather at Bloodstone Castle following the death of their leader and engage in a mysterious and deadly competition for a powerful relic that will bring them face to face with a dangerous monster.” Werewolf by Night is a retro horror movie with Marvel elements.

“Gael Garcia Bernal starred in the special as Jack Russell, known in Marvel comics as Werewolf by Night. Created by Gerry Conway and Mike Plow in 1972, Jack is an ordinary human who bears an ancient family curse that turns him into a werewolf. After he manages to defeat his bestial nature, he becomes a wandering hero who uses his powers to fight demons and other forces of evil, often crossing paths with other Marvel heroes in the process.”

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“While the special will supposedly be a onetime deal, the chances of Night Werewolf appearing in other MCU titles cannot be discounted. In the comics, this character has been a frequent guest for other heroes, especially the creepiest members of the Marvel Universe. Moon Knight, played in the MCU by Oscar Isaac, started out as a villain in the Werewolf comics. Other characters the werewolf is closely associated with include Blade, who is about to get his own movie starring Mahershala Ali, and Doctor Strange, portrayed by Benedict Cumberbatch in the MCU.”

Source: Variety

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