- The makers of the films “Sword Art Online Progressive” and “Eternals” are teaming up for a unique advertising campaign.
- In the clip, the drum of advertising is stirred for both films.
- Shortly after the start is with “Sword Art Online Progressive – Scherzo of a Dark Dusk” a sequel has already been announced
In front of the rays of the setting sun they look at each other, the protagonists of Marvel’s latest blockbuster movie “Eternals“and Kirito, Asuna and Co. from” Sword Art Online Progressive – Aria of a Starless Night “. What looks like the blockbuster crossover of the year turns out to be a clever advertising strategy from Disney and Aniplex.
While “Sword Art Online Progressive – Aria of a Starless Night” started in Japanese cinemas on October 30, 2021, “Eternals” premiered on November 5, 2021. In view of these two films with blockbuster potential, the production studios decided to take a special measure. Instead of declaring war on each other, the studios cooperated for a special trailer and want to get fans excited about both films.
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While in Marvel’s “Eternals” after the recent events in the MCU, immortal aliens who have been hiding on earth for 7,000 years now intervene in the battle for the planet, in “SAO Progressive” Kirito and Asuna have to escape a video game. In addition to many other players, they are captured in a virtual world and get to the bottom of the mystery. The anime film will get a sequel in the course of 2022 with “Sword Art Online Progressive – Scherzo of a Dark Dusk”.
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|Rate Sword Art Online
|Animation, Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
|First broadcast in Germany
|Tokyo MX, ARTE France Cinéma, AT-X, BS11, Chiba TV, GTV, TV Aichi, Teletama, Tochigi TV, tvk
Aniplex, A-1 Pictures, ASCII Mediaworks
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