Not counting today’s episode, we’ll see two more What If…? installments before Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings opens in theaters on September 3rd.
Shang-Chi release date will not be delayed
We’ve been wondering over the past few weeks whether Marvel and Sony will delay Spider-Man: No Way Home. Sony already postponed Venom 2 again. On top of that, it inked a $100 million deal with Amazon to send the new Hotel Transylvania to streaming. The animated feature is skipping its theatrical release entirely.
Spider-Man 3 is one of the most anticipated MCU films of the year. But the pandemic might force Marvel and Sony to delay the December 17th release date. That might be why there’s no trailer yet. That’s just speculation at this point, however. What’s clear is that
Marvel’s Eternals follows in early November, and Kevin Feige hinted during the Shang-Chi red carpet premiere that
How does it work?
Whether or Marvel ends up delaying other MCU films set to premiere in 2021, you can still score an early Shang-Chi IMAX screening. It’s happening in 25 markets across the US, which means die-hard Marvel fans can see Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings more than two weeks before the September 3rd release date.
Witness the rise of Marvel’s next Super Hero! Sign up now for a special @IMAX early screening of #ShangChi and the Legend of the Ten Rings in 25 markets at 7p local time. First come, first serve. RSVP here and claim your seats for the movie: https://t.co/7KHgIANCgg pic.twitter.com/7RbuxMvjgb
— Shang-Chi (@shangchi) August 17, 2021
This also means we’ll get even more Shang-Chi spoilers before the reviews are out on August 23rd.
To score tickets for this early Shang-Chi screening, head over to this link and check whether the movie is available in your market today. It’s on a first-come, first-serve basis, so you’ll have to hurry. It’s unclear at this time whether these fan screenings will happen again any time before the September 3rd premiere.