China, the country where the new type of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which has cost the lives of more than 20 thousand people to date, has emerged, will re-show Marvel’s Avengers films to restore the cinema industry and regain viewers who have closed their homes with fear.
China, the center of the new type of coronavirus pandemic, is slowly returning to normal. The country, which took control of the epidemic and prepared to remove the quarantine in its zero point Wuhan as of April 8, took an interesting step to re-strengthen the cinema industry damaged in this process.
According to the news of The Hollywood Reporter, China is preparing to showcase Marvel Studios’ blockbuster Avengers movies in theaters. The films will meet the audience on the big screen in the next few days or weeks. In addition to the Avengers, China is preparing to re-launch cult films such as the Harry Potter series, Avatar, Inception and Interstellar, thereby aiming to bring film lovers back to the movie theaters.
The coronavirus outbreak reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) for the first time on December 31, 2019 by the Chinese government affected many countries around the world in a short time. The prolonged list of infected people and those who died due to the virus led to the announcement of the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic.
According to the information provided by Johns Hopkins University, there are currently 486,592 COVID-19 cases worldwide approved. While 114,713 of this number recovered, 22,020 unfortunately died. While scientists around the world are trying to find a solution to this global crisis, healthcare professionals advise people to follow the social distance rule and stay away from crowded environments.