It’s pretty clear that we’ll have more Marvel series on Disney + this year than arguably. Star wars series. At the top of the first Disney / Marvel TCA session, Marvel Studios President and Creative Director Kevin Feige gave a brief overview of the studio’s plans.
March 5 marks the end of the first season of WandaVision.
Then March 19 The Falcon and the Winter Soldier debuts. This will take place over six episodes, with a speculated (if Disney doesn’t skip weeks) season end date of April 23.
The MCU’s next big event after Falcon and the Winter Soldier is the feature version of Black Widow May 7. However, it is not clear if all global markets will be open as the crackdown on Covid and vaccinations increase by then. Disney will know next month if they will move the Scarlett Johansson movie. It’s not just about reopening New York and Los Angeles and easing capacity restrictions, but also the rest of the world. Rival distributors assume that the next date Black Widow would move on July 9 where Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings is split. Disney CEO Bob Chapek said the studio’s intention was to Black Widow as a theatrical release, not as a Disney + – theatrical or strictly streaming release. Feige didn’t mention anything Black Widow go to the streaming service today.
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Then, as announced today, Disney + Thor spin off Loki the series will be released on June 11.
Feige then updated the TCA press corps with the following Disney + / Marvel series today:
“A little after Loki, we will have our first animated series which is What if? and i’m here on the set where we end Ms. Marvel. We also shoot Hawk Eye currently, and in a few weeks we are starting She-Hulk, about a week later, we start Moon knight in addition to our features for the MCU through Disney +. “
Not all Marvel / Disney + series will get Season 2 or 3, some will, and Feige hasn’t revealed her hand on which of those would be. Sometimes that series turns into a feature on the big screen. A WandaVision Season 2 isn’t imminent, but Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch story will head straight to the Sam Raimi-led sequel Doctor Stranger and the Multiverse of Madness (calendar for March 25, 2022). Ditto for the Ms. Marvel series slated for release on Disney + later this year; this series will bleed in function Captain Marvel 2 (dated November 11, 2022).
Eternal hits the big screen on November 5th, then Sony / Disney / Marvel Spider-Man: No Coming Home is scheduled to take place on December 17th. And it’s your Marvel year 2021. Other Marvel 2022 theatrical releases include Thor: Love and thunder May 6, 2022 and Black panther 2 July 8 of next year (however, there is also an MCU series Wakanda planned as fidgetcube reported for the first time).
“The fun of the MCU is obviously all the crossover we can do between series, between movies. So it will vary depending on the story. Sometimes it will go into a season 2, sometimes it will go into a feature film and come back in a series, ”Feige said.
“Sometimes, and yet to be announced, we do think and plan second and third seasons for some of the upcoming series,” he added.
All we know Star wars so far this year is the Book by Boba Fett coming this fall and animated series Star Wars: The Wrong Lot hits May 4.