In mid-February, football and movie fans will meet to honor Super Bowl LVI, which will take place in Los Angeles. The audience will be treated to an exciting series of Super Bowl trailers showcasing forthcoming huge blockbusters that will be released in 2022 during the intermission.
Marvel has previously used Super Bowl Sunday to tease big narrative developments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Upon the return of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2021, the studio will devote its attention to Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier film. Marvel made a point of bringing them up ahead of the July release of Black Widow, which will include a new Captain America and Bucky Barnes, among other characters.
Due to the release of three new Marvel Cinematic Universe films and five new television shows this year, people are looking forward to Marvel’s Super Bowl ad in 2022. There appears to be an exit strategy in place, as Marvel Studios’ television and film businesses continue to perform admirably in recent years.
Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, as well as Pixar’s Lightyear are among the Hollywood trailers that will be shown during the Super Bowl this year (June 17).
More than a half-decade has passed since any Marvel Cinematic Universe picture released in late April or early May earned Super Bowl advertising. Avengers: Endgame, Avatars: Infinity War, and Black Widow are among of the most anticipated films of the year (before being delayed from its May 2020 debut).
Even if Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe includes more than six new films by 2022, it makes sense for Marvel Studios to prioritize the first two films in the series. The complete trailers for Moon Knight and Doctor Strange 2 have not been released since the end of 2021, despite the fact that the NFL’s biggest night is less than three months away.
Marvel Studios frequently dedicates a full minute of Super Bowl ad time to each of the contestants. It’s almost guaranteed that the Super Bowl XLIX will contain a new Marvel Cinematic Universe teaser, just like past MCU Super Bowl teases.
It will explore Egyptian mythology as well as Marc Spector’s several personas in Moon Knight, which will feature Oscar Isaac. Currently, it looks like Doctor Strange 2 will completely upend the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) by incorporating more magic and Multiversal hijinks than has ever been seen before.
Regardless of what the newest previews suggest, the Super Bowl on February 13th should be an exciting event from every angle.
The first episode of Moon Knight will air on Disney+ on March 30th at 9 p.m. In cinemas on May 6, Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness will be released.