For the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 2020 was supposed to be a unique year. But shortly after the year, the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19) contracted these plans. With movie theaters still closed, theater calls are still up in the air. However, filming of the shows resumed. Find out what the first Disney + release will be in 2021.
Originally planned for Spring 2021 release, WandaVision that was the culmination of a burnout when the pandemic closed in March 2020. Because it will be tied to upcoming films like Doctor Strange in Multiverse of Madness, the release of the show became critical to the continuity of the MCU.
WandaVision stars Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as their characters Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch) and Vision. Inner vision died Avengers: Infinity War, but the series brings it back in a way that is as magical and mysterious as the relationship. WandaVision will begin broadcasting on January 15, 2021, featuring six events.
‘The Hawk and the Winter Soldier’
Originally designed as the first series in an MCU canon, The Hawk and the Winter Soldier that seems to be the simplest presentation. As the title suggests, it follows Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie), now equipped with the Captain America wing, and Sebastian Stan ‘s Bucky Barnes.
Other returning familiar characters include Emily VanCamp as SHIELD assistant producer Sharon Carter and Captain America: Civil War villain Zemo. The Hawk and the Winter Soldier arrives on March 19, 2021, and there will also be six events.
Of the three live action series in production in 2020, Loki the farthest thing when COVID-19 was introduced. Star Tom Hiddleston had barely shared his first behind-the-scenes shot from the set when they shut it down for a while. But fortunately, they started again.
When audiences finally saw a deceptive false god, he made his way quickly after a revised version of the 2012 Battle of New York. Armed with the Tesseract (Space Stone), he gets away – but he’s in a new kind of problem. Loki premiered on Disney + in May 2021 with six episodes.
‘So what …?’
While the pandemic affected all other Marvel series, one avoided many of the usual conditions. What if? is a lively show, showing major MCU events if they had happened differently. And it will bring back many of the fan favorite characters.
Among them is the late Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa. Because animation is a long process, Boseman recorded his voice for the show before he died in August 2020. He (and many others) can be heard indoors. What if? Season 1 when it first appears on Disney + Summer 2021 with 10 events. Quarter 2 TBD.
Of the original six Avengers, only Clint Barton from Jeremy Renner came away without his own film. However, Marvel had other plans for it. The character returns to get over Hawkeye’s costume to a new hero: Kate Bishop.
After a year of rumors, Hailee Steinfeld and Renner were filmed Hawkeye in December 2020, confirming its throw. The series premiered late in 2021.
‘Ms. Marvel ‘
At Disney’s D23 Expo in 2019, Kevin Feige announced another new series in development. Marvel featuring Kamala Khan (played by innovator Iman Vellani), a Muslim-Pakistani-American teenager who gains powers as his hero, Captain Marvel. It is also expected to start at the end of 2021.