The two largest Marvel Cinematic Universe films Avengers and Iron Man 3 were re-released in Hong Kong as movie theaters opened:
The Avengers and Iron Man 3 were re-released in movie theaters after the opening of Hong Kong. Since the coronavirus pandemic delayed the release of most films, Hong Kong will show two Marvel Cinematic Universe films when movie theaters begin to open.
The Avengers and Iron Man 3 will be shown in theaters:
The pandemic has hit the global economy in the last three months. As some countries begin to rebuild and remove castles, businesses are finding ways to adapt and reopen. According to THR, Hong Kong intends to reissue the first film Avengers and Iron Man 3 to bring people back to theaters.
These are the two largest MCU films, and both had more than $ 1 billion at the box office. The Avengers is the first official superhero team, and Iron Man 3 explores Tony Stark, who is mentally recovering from the battle in New York. Two films will be shown in movie theaters from May 28 to June 10. Marvel is not the only studio to republish its films in Hong Kong like Warner Bros. The Dark Warner trilogy and The Matrix will also play in movie theaters this summer.
Several other countries are also rereleasing pictures:
Other countries are trying to recreate popular films to attract people to return to movies. China plans to re-release all four Avengers films, as well as two classic Christopher Nolan, Inception and Interstellar. Japanese cinemas Toho reissue classic films such as The Wizard of Oz, Bonnie and Clyde, Blade Runner, West Side Story, and E.T. Extraterrestrial. As infection rates in the United States decline slowly and states are considering canceling homestay orders, we hope that more Americans will be able to return to films sooner rather than later.