A special video of TWICE, which recommends the screen X screening of
"Captain Marvel," which is set to be released on Tuesday.
The special footage released by TWICE greeted fans with the original "Captain Marvel"
pieces. "The screen X seems to be a trend these days," Nayeon said. "We can
meet Captain Marble with the screen X that is unfolding at 270 degrees
instead of one screen."
"If you look at the scene of Captain Marvel's battle in space on
screen X, you will feel real," Jihyo said. "I am hopeful that the movie
will feel the excitement of the screen X and the sense of live
immersion." Finally, Mina's strong recommendation: "Go all
together to screen X, where you can see" Captain Marvel" bigger and
The Panorama Steel, which was released with a special video of
TWICE, has a space of 270 degrees Panorama, which is the main
stage of the film, giving the audience a feeling of being in space. It
is also expected that the movie will bring a sense of immersion that the
general public cannot feel and enjoy the movie.
"Captain Marvel" is the first Marvel Studio piece in 2019 that
tells the story of a lost pilot, Carol Danvers (Bree Larson), who met
S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Nick Fury (Samuel Jackson), and became "Captain
Marble," the last hope of the Avengers.
The movie "Captain Marvel" is the third film to work with Marvel Studios,
and it is expected that "Black Panther" and "Antman and Wasp" will be
released on screen X, attracting global audiences' positive reviews, and
"Captain Marble" will also have a huge success.
ScreenX is the world's first multi-face theater introduced by CJ CGV in 2012,
and it has released a number of blockbusters through collaboration with
Hollywood distributors. In 2016, he was selected as a pilot project led
by the Ministry of Science, Technology, Information and Communication in
recognition of his outstanding technical skills, and has been working
on developing technologies, producing contents, and advancing into
In addition, through cooperation with Korean CG manufacturers, Korea's CG industry has
prepared a turning point for the Korean CG industry. Currently, it
operates 200 screens in 17 countries including the U.S., France,
Switzerland, Britain, China, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Turkey,
Japan, and the United Arab Emirates.
Reporter Park Byung Yoon
Translated by Jellyjelly07