Disney+ has three upcoming Marvel and star wars series to release this year. Marvel’s “The Falcon and the winter soldier” will launch in August and is followed by “The Mandalorian season 2″ in October. This is further followed by “Wanda Vision” in December. Disney CEO Bob Iger stated the company’s quarterly income a day before yesterday(Tuesday). Iger also teased about the continuation of The Mandalorian season and confirmed the news that previous Marvel character would come back in future MCU movies. Earlier, Marvel Studios’ president Kevin Feige talked about the return of this character in the future.
The Falcon and Winter Soldier is continued with the same two stars Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan in the lead roles. The two actors deal with Captain America and Helmut Zemo (Daniel Brühl), who framed the Winter Soldier for psychological oppressor assault in the movie Captain America: Civil War. Coming to Wanda Vision, featuring Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and the Vision (Paul Bettany), will partly be during the 1950s and link into the Multiverse of Madness of Doctor Strange.
You can check out the official trailer of Wandavision below.
Now we are left with only “The Mandalorian,” which doesn’t need any presentation now- it is the Star Wars show of Baby Yoda. It stars Pedro Pascal in the number one spot with a helmet covering the face.
Release Date and Starring details of The Mandalorian and Others
Wandavison will release in December and the Falcon and the Winter soldier debuts in August this year. “We produce and present these shows all under the Marvel’s banner, and the shows feature the same stars from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, who played the same roles in the Marvel movies,” Iger said in a statement.
Iger later said, “Our preference of future years is with TV shows that begin with the Mandalorian season 2 in October. Later the shows may continue from The Mandalorian’s point, which has the possibility of introduction of different characters and the probability of taking these new characters in their direction, making it a series. Then, we also have a prequel to Obi-Wan and Rogue One series in development.”
Marvel has produced some of the biggest hits of Hollywood movies of which Avengers: End Game was the film that stood in first place in the overall box-office collections worldwide. We expect the same kind of character development we saw in all of the Marvel movies. We have to wait until these shows release on Disney + to see what the series’ are holding for us within them.