Disney + Day brought an ad truck to Disney’s premier streaming platform. And since the main attractions of the service for the year were derived from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the MCU, it was to be expected that new announcements would be made for 2022. And it didn’t disappoint. Between logo updates and new confirmed series, 12 productions have been announced for the next two years of the MCU on Disney +. Check which they are!
Series with gigantic potential, Knight of the Moon is about the homonymous hero who will be played by the versatile Oscar Isaac. Recording has already started and a teaser has been released and is now available for Disney + subscribers. In the video, Oscar Isaac is seen disturbed in a museum, hearing voices and having attitudes that do not match his movements. Next, an all white figure is seen landing on someone. Thus, the Moon Knight running and jumping through the buildings is revealed. The series is expected to address these voices in the character’s head and is slated to air in 2022.
Another superhero who won an exclusive subscriber teaser was the Woman-Hulk. Portrayed by Tatiana Maslany, Jennifer Walters is cousin of Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) and a lawyer specializing in superheroes. After receiving a blood transfusion from her cousin, she eventually gains her powers and transforms into a Woman-Hulk. In the video, she presents herself to the public as a lawyer who does “a little extra”. We also see her being tested by her cousin, who will be featured on the show as the Hulk and Bruce. Scheduled for release in 2022, the production also gained a new logo.
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Surrounded by expectations and controversies due to the character’s popularity and the supposed changes she will undergo in the adaptation, Ms. Marvel won a fun scene of Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) learning to use her powers while wearing a Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) costume. The video is also exclusive to subscribers, who will be able to discover the series between June and July 2022.
Although there is already a rumor, the character Eco, who will appear in the next series of Gavião Arqueiro, will win his own series on Disney +. Portrayed by Alaqua Cox, Echo is a deaf young woman who grows up believing that Daredevil was responsible for her father’s death. However, with his debut in the Clint series, it is very likely that Marvel will change the story by making him believe that Hawk was responsible for it. Their skills consist in reproducing the movements of their rivals. Still without a confirmed release date, the series will begin recording in January 2022.
Agatha: House of Harkness
After stealing the scene in WandaVision, Kathryn Hahn’s Agatha Harkness was another character for whom her own series was confirmed. The witch will now be commanding her solo adventure, which still has no date or additional information revealed.
Set at the heart of Iron Man, Iron Heart follows young Riri Williams (Dominique Thorne) on her quest to become the MCU’s new armored superhero. The girl will debut in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which is set to debut in 2022. Filming for the series will begin in April 2022, but has no release date yet.
Another production that had already been announced before, Invasão Secreta got a new logo (above), with colors referencing the Skrulls, and released its first official image. We see a Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) without an eye patch and sporting a beard and white hair. Remember that Nick is in space with the Skrulls, which must be the motivation for this series, which has no date set for its premiere.
What if…? – Second Season
Winning a few fans, the series What If…? confirmed its second season. The Watcher (Jeffrey Wright) will return to observe stories based on characters from this new phase of the studio in theaters, like Shang-Chi. The logo has been released, but production still does not have a date for its debut.
Introduced in the first season of What If… ?, Marvel Zombies will have its own animated series to develop this bizarre and very interesting universe. Anyone who has watched the episode knows that the plot left several hooks to explore, such as the relationship with Visão, who kidnapped humans to feed Wanda Zumbi, or Spider-Man himself, who managed to survive. The logo has been released, but no release date.
Spider-Man: Year One
Set on the MCU, Spider-Man: First Year (but could also become Spider-Man: Freshman) takes place before Captain America: Civil War (2016) and wants to showcase the life of Peter Parker as he tries to establish himself. like a superhero. With this more comedic approach, it’s to be expected that many fan complaints about the Tom Holland franchise will be dropped. Like the other animations, the logo has come, but not the release date.
The most beloved baby stick in movie theaters is back, now in a full-fledged animated series. The story should follow Rocket Raccoon and Baby Groot get involved in the galaxy’s biggest mess when they don’t need to help the Guardians. The series had previously been announced, but it now has a new logo and still does not have a release date.
Missing in service, unite! The time-honored – and still considered one of the best Marvel animations of all time – animated series of the 1990s X-Men will have a sequel launching directly on Disney +. One of the biggest draws for the gringos is the return of the original cast of voice actors. Let’s just hope Disney Brazil has the sensitivity to call on the original Brazilian voice actors to reprise their roles as well. The premiere date has not been released either, but it is expected to air in 2023.
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