by Michael Giacchino Night Wolf is Marvel Studios’ first TV special, and this playful horror story is the perfect way to ring in the Halloween season on October 7th.
Werewolf took over in horror genre Doctor Strange in Crazy Diversity Where in the universe stops, as a Disney+ special presentation is right 681s and ’14s . The black and white function, almost running 75 after a few minutes, Jack · Russell (Gael García Bernal) joins other monster hunters to the Bloodstone Temple to compete for the manor’s most sought-after relic. The manhunt that followed might be Marvel’s scariest and bloodiest story to date, surprising Giacchino, director and composer of werewolf , which still lands TV – 14 Rating.
“We always thought it was going to be TV-MA, but I wasn’t always involved in the ratings and all that was happening,” Giacchnio told The Hollywood Reporter . “But I’m sure you’re absolutely right that black and white does help us stay within bounds.”
From Marvel and DC to Star Wars and Pixar, Gia Chino has composed music for nearly every major franchise, but his first love has always been filmmaking. At the helm of 450 and After a few shorts , it was only a matter of time before his directorial debut. (The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences defines feature length as minutes.)
“In this town, whatever you do first, this is what you always do. Even on Twitter On, people also say, ‘Wait, I thought you were a composer. I don’t understand that,'” Giacchino said. “It was like, ‘Well, no one is one-dimensional.’ So I will always be grateful to Kevin Feige for giving me the opportunity to show that I do other things and enjoy other things.”
In a recent interview with THR, Giacchino (pronounced Juh-key-no) also discussed how he heard his Voices of longtime collaborators, including JJ Abrams, Matt Reeves and Brad Bird.
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I submit to Disney! Anyway, when I watched it, I thought it was the first R-rated or TV-MA project of Marvel Studios, but the Internet said it was TV-09. Does black and white help fight blood and keep TV ratings up – 14?
do you know? Maybe. You may be right. I’m not sure. We always thought it would be TV-MA, but I’m not always involved in what’s going on in terms of ratings and all that. So I’m not sure, but I’m sure you’re absolutely right, black and white does help keep us within bounds.