The Mandalorian, GOTG Vol. 3, Indiana Jones 5 and More Can be Seen at Disney’s CCXP Booth

Disney’s bringing the big guns to Brazil.

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The 2022 Comic Con Experience in Brazil will feature the full Disney arsenal (CCXP). The House of Mouse is having a great year, with many eagerly awaited releases coming from every corner of its entertainment empire. From Elemental to Indiana Jones 5 and everything in between, Disney offers visitors a number of impressive displays. Collider’s Steve Weintraub, however, took pictures of everything on display at the sizable convention for those watching at home.

Booth for Indiana Jones 5 gets ready for Harrison Ford’s last outing.

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Harrison Ford’s final performance as the title explorer in Indiana Jones 5 received much attention throughout the year. The main image for the film, which shows Indy walking through a dark cave with just a little bit of light peeping through, is framed by a sizable 3D rock structure in the display for the eagerly anticipated end cap to the franchise. Crates and a rope bridge add to the overall aesthetic and create a sense of exploration. It sets the stage for the movie’s convention panel, which will undoubtedly include much information about the film and, hopefully, a new teaser.

Indiana Jones 5 has a lot to live up to after the letdown of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Even though we already know that the adventurer will be passing the baton in his final onscreen appearance, there still needs to be more information about the movie’s plot. Antonio Banderas, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Kretschmann, Boyd Holbrook, Shaunette Renée Wilson, and Ford will appear alongside Ford onscreen. In addition, James Mangold will take over as director from veteran Spielberg, who is now an executive producer. It’s also anticipated to be John Williams’ last movie, which adds another finality to the franchise.

Before Season 3, The Mandalorian Made an Appearance.

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As the program prepares for Season 3, The Mandalorian’s display includes a model of its titular character standing at the ready in keeping with Lucasfilms. Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) was first introduced to audiences in 2019 while traveling and developing a friendship with the young Grogu, better known to fans as Baby Yoda. As it continues from Season 2 and the other Star Wars spinoff, The Book of Boba Fett, where Mando made an appearance as a guest, Season 3 has a lot in store. In February, the show will finally return after a two-year hiatus and focus on the Darksaber and the Mandalorian homeworld. CCXP, which will host a panel at the event, will most likely provide more information about what to expect in the future in the upcoming season.

Following the recent release of the series, Willow Will Have Her Own Fantasy Castle

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Willow, a fantasy series, has led the way for recent Disney releases. On November 30, the television series debuted, bringing back Warwick Davis’ Nelwyn sorcerer. Willow (Val Kilmer), who has become toughened by his experiences with Madmartigan (Val Kilmer), is leading a new group of intrepid individuals to save the brother of Princess Kit (Ruby Cruz). The band of misfits must find themselves as they journey into the vast lands beyond their homes to fulfill their mission and defeat evil. Weekly new episodes of the show are available on Disney+. Still, Collider’s own Ross Bonaime assures us that it’s always a good time. “A tapestry of love, loss, heartbreak, and healing, all wrapped up in the adventure of a lifetime that will undoubtedly keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end,” he describes the program as being. Disney created a charming little fantasy setting with a castle as its focal point for the eagerly awaited series.

Before its December release, a sizable display is put on for Avatar: The Way of Water.

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Avatar: The Way of Water promoted the release of the sequel to the all-time highest-grossing movie in terms of more recent releases. On December 16, James Cameron’s follow-up will return viewers to Pandora through a brand-new adventure that will reacquaint viewers with Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldaa). They are forced to relocate across Pandora, exploring vast areas of the planet that were never explored in Cameron’s original epic because they have a family now, and a familiar threat threatens their existence. The display effectively captures the movie’s scope with enormous images of the characters and the lush world they live in that are illuminated in blue light.

Colorful Characters from Elemental Take Center Stage in Display

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The display for Disney’s newest Pixar animated film, Elemental, features Wade (Mamoudou Athie) and Ember (Leah Louis), the movie’s two central characters, front, and center. There is also a screen playing the movie teaser, which displays the colorful world of the film and its inhabitants, composed of all the elements. Wade and Ember, both fire and water beings, exhibit an opposite attract dynamic in the story, which screams classic Pixar. Even though Wade is very laid back and Ember is much bigger and tougher, they discover they have more in common as friends. It is scheduled to debut on June 16, 2023. The animation studio is poised for another triumph with Peter Sohn at the helm.

Fans are excited for Vol. 3 thanks to the Guardians of the Galaxy trailer.

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Due to a highly regarded holiday special and a new movie that will be released soon, The Guardians of the Galaxy have recently gained attention. Disney made a small exhibit to promote the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in May 2023. Marvel fans will flock to CCXP to attend panels for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Guardians, where Kevin Feige, the big man himself, will also be present to share some exciting Marvel news. Few details are available about James Gunn and the Guardians’ last adventure. There is still a chance that the panel will include a second showing of the SDCC-exclusive trailer. It’s anticipated to be a significant sendoff for the group, which has appeared in some of the MCU’s most adored movies to date.

Disney 100 Booth Reflects On 100 Years of Magic

The Disney 100 exhibit is a massive celebration of everything Disney has achieved over the years, featuring a who’s who of characters from throughout the company’s history, all adorning a massive background along with a statue of Mickey and a video. The Disney 100 Years of Wonder celebration, which was first revealed at the D23 Expo, is the company’s global strategy to commemorate its 100th anniversary. It includes significant upgrades to all Disney World parks, with a special emphasis on Disneyland. The changes the initiative will bring, such as the new decorations and performances expected to debut next year when the event officially kicks off on January 27, may be covered in the video.

The Little Mermaid Display Provides a Magnificent View of the Sea

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A breathtaking look at life underwater for the upcoming live-action The Little Mermaid completes the array of displays. To transport viewers underwater, it has a design made up of coral and rocks, as well as a scene in which Ariel (Halle Bailey) is seen gazing up at the surface. It follows Ariel, whose fascination with the human world reaches a boiling point after rescuing a Prince named Eric from a shipwreck. The plot is similar to that of the classic animated film. King Triton, her father, opposes her desire to live in their world. Things only get more difficult for the titular Little Mermaid when she becomes involved with the sea witch Ursula. On May 26, 2023, the movie will return to the underwater world.

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