Dubai, Sep 15: If your child is a fan of 'Ant-Man', 'Captain America', 'Iron Man' and 'Spiderman' then there is a bright chance of him becoming a brave man in future who is not less than a hero in real life, according to experts.
They said that superhero movies can not only expand children's imagination and emotions, but also instil bravery in children.
In the run up to the Sharjah International Children's Film Festival (SICFF) that will be held in October, parents are urged to discover their children's talents and help them get inspired through the powers of superheroes to become their true future heroes, Khaleej Times reported.
With the increased hype over Marvel Cinematic Universe entries like Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War, and Pixar's long-awaited sequel Incredibles 2 that grossed over $1 billion worldwide just this year, superhero movies are the most dominant in Hollywood, and there is never a shortage of them in theatres.
Clinical psychologist at the Dubai Physiotherapy and Family Medicine Clinic Superhero Valeria Risoli said flicks generally serve the imitation side of children in a good sense since it allows them to use their imagination feel empowered and stronger. (UNI)