Werewolf By Night Trailer Released At D23


The very first Werewolf By Night trailer was released at this year’s D23 Expo, and it was truly wonderful. I would also argue that this upcoming Disney Plus Marvel Halloween special is the most interesting upcoming project in the MCU.

It was also revealed that the Halloween special was directed by Michael Giacchino. This will be the first time he’s ever directed anything. Giacchino is a famous composer and has composed the scores for big Hollywood blockbusters such as The Batman and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. He is a brilliant composer and it really looks like he’s also a brilliant director. You can check out Halloween special’s trailer below.

Werewolf By Night trailer released at D23 Expo

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I was really not expecting what this trailer ended up delivering. The series look like it’s going to be so much fun and actually really quite spooky. The show looks like a throwback to the black and white horror films of the ’30s and ’40s. I also got some real Hammer Horror vibes from this series, which I really loved!

Marvel announced at D23 just today that it was directed by composer Michael Giacchino and it stars Gael García Bernal. This is going to be a true monster horror story and I am all down for that! The trailer features a group of unusual suspects gathered together, and one of them is the Werewolf by Night. They find themselves in a race to stay alive as the end of the night approaches. Marvel Studios’ Special Presentation: Werewolf By Night (that’s it’s full title), will stream on October 7th only on Disney Plus.

What do you make of this news? Are you looking forward to watching Werewolf By Night when it’s released on Disney Plus? Did you like the look of Werewolf By Night’s trailer? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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