Marvel’s Kevin Feige was on hand at D23 to make a few announcements about the shows and films coming to the Disney+ streaming service. First up ,”Avengers Endgame” will be streaming exclusively on Disney+ from December 11th.
Next, they showed off the first footage from the animated “What If…?” series and it was confirmed there will be twenty-three episodes, one for each of the MCU movies released so far. The animation style seems to be akin to that in “Star Wars Resistance” and showed off things ranging from Hayley Atwell’s Peggy Carter becoming Captain Britain to Steve Rogers in Iron Man style armor.
That was followed by the news that Kate Herron has been hired to direct the “Loki” TV series. The six-episode series will explore where Loki went after picking up the Tesseract in “Avengers: Endgame”. The series is said to be a “brand new adventure” for the character.
“Falcon and The Winter Soldier” will be a deeper dive into the pasts of both characters, while Helmut Zemo (Daniel Bruhl) and Sharon Carter (Emily Van Camp) are confirmed returnees. There’s also a new character in this series named John Walker (aka U.S. Agent) played by Wyatt Russell.
“WandaVision” is said play like a warped 50s sitcom – Dick Van Dyke meets FX’s “Legion” and “half classic sitcom, half epic MCU adventure”. Also confirmed to be joining the show is Kathryn Hahn as their nosy neighbour, Kat Dennings reprising her “Thor” role of Darcy Lewis along with Randall Park returning as Agent Jimmy Woo from “Ant Man and The Wasp”.
There was also a few more announcements about three new shows – “Ms. Marvel,” “Moon Knight” and “She-Hulk”. Check the other articles for those.