CinemaCon 2023 Welcomes Film’s Newest

CinemaCon 2023 Welcomes Film’s Newest

CinemaCon has made its 2023 return to Las Vegas’ Caesars’ Palace. This year’s film lineup has proven to be some of the most exciting. Studios like Warner Brothers and Sony Pictures debuting many of their most anticipated movies. While it carried a stacked queue of previews, red carpet pictures, and major announcements from all of the large production companies, the first two nights have already served as a success. The event takes place Monday April 24 until Thursday the 27th. The event has a lot in store and fandoms should be excited to witness what’s to come. 

What is CinemaCon?

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CinemaCon initially began in 2011, taking its first step and evolving into the film convention that it is now. The convention holds an audience from over 80 countries. It has become one of the most anticipated cinema events in Hollywood today. The event includes presentations from production studios of all kinds. With minor and major studios debuting their newest works for those in the industry to see. CinemaCon has allowed for a more diverse, educational, and international world of film. The convention typically takes place at the Ceasar’s Palace in Las Vegas and has also called for some of the biggest stars on it’s red carpet. 

From The Big Screen To The World

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While the many film previews that debuted at the convention have already been seen by general audiences, CinemaCon has also introduced a multitude of newer productions and never before seen previews. 2023 has already left an imprint, with movies like Barbie and Dune taking the red carpet by storm. Announcements and previews also varied as well. Spider-Man, The Flash, and Aquaman were only some the films also making cinema debuts. Major stars like Zendaya, Timothy Chalamet, and Margot Robbie made appearances. Film talk spurred on the carpet, with social media also obsessing over Ryan Gosling’s decision to stay in Barbie character. CinemaCon 2023 has only just begun, yet it has definitely taken the industry by storm.

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