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The Disney+ Day 2021 special is now available to watch online.
Major Marvel Cinematic Universe revelations were made at Disney+ Day yesterday.
With the streamer’s two-year anniversary came a slew of announcements and sneak peeks at forthcoming programming. There are 12 titles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that will be released in 2022 and beyond. We’ll give you a quick overview of each, but if you want to see it for yourself, join up for Disney+ right now.
Let’s take a look at all of the announcements now.
1. The X-Men (1997)
The famous television program is returning, with fresh tales but the same nostalgic feel. Beau DeMayo wrote and executive produced the series, which will premiere in 2023.
Moon Knight is number two.
A vigilante with dissociative identity disorder stars in this action-adventure series. Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac), dressed in a white outfit, battles criminals and his own inner demons as he embraces the might of the moon deity Khonshu. Moon Knight is set to debut in 2022.
3. The Incredible Hulk (She-Hulk)
Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) is a lawyer who specializes in superhuman law. She does, however, have her own remarkable secret that she utilizes for good. She-Hulk will debut in 2022.
Ms. Marvel, number four
Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), a 16-year-old Pakistani American living in New Jersey, will be presented to the audience. Kamala, who has always admired Captain Marvel, discovers one day that she, too, has superhuman abilities. Ms. Marvel is set to hit theaters in 2022.
5. What Would Happen If… Season 2 is now available.
The Watcher has returned after defeating Ultron to monitor new heroes and explore new realms in the ever-expanding Multiverse. What If…? has yet to get an official release date. Season 2 of the show.
Echo (Alaqua Cox), who will make her Hawkeye debut, will be getting her own series shortly.
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A brand-new animated series following Peter Parker as he prepares to become Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’ll feature an art style that harkens back to Spidey’s early days. The release date has yet to be determined.
8. My name is Groot.
A collection of shorts that follow Baby Groot as he grows up and becomes a mischief-maker in the universe. It is planned to be released in late 2022 or early 2023.
Ironheart (number 9)
Riri Williams (Dominique Thorne), the MCU’s all-new Iron Man, will make her debut in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever before getting her own standalone film. Ironheart’s release date is unknown.
House of Harkness is Agatha Christie’s tenth novel.
WandaVision’s own Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) reprises her role as the witch that threatened Wanda momentarily. The release date has yet to be determined.
Secret Invasion (#11)
Returning as Nick Fury and Skrull Talos, Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn explore a larger narrative involving the Skrulls. In 2022, Secret Invasion will be released.
Marvel Zombies, No. 12
What we witnessed in What If…? was just the beginning. The plot reimagines the Marvel Universe, with a new group of heroes against an ever-growing horde of zombies. The release date has yet to be determined.
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