6 Marvel TV shows are officially set to arrive in 2021
Earlier this month on Disney’s Traders Day name, Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige revealed plans for a staggering variety of shows set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Titles like Ironheart, Armor Wars, and Secret Invasion had been undated however dangled in entrance of MCU followers who, after a year with none new big-screen Marvel storytelling, had been able to champ on the bit. However what was truly on the horizon for 2021?
On Tuesday, Disney officially introduced plans for each theatrical and Disney Plus releases in 2021. The slate consists of six Marvel sequence, in addition to three theatrical options. We knew the early plans: Kicking off the year might be WandaVision in January, adopted by the Disney Plus launch of Falcon and Winter Soldier in March. After that, audiences will lastly get to see Black Widow when it’s theatrically launched on May 7.
The schedule additionally solidifies Loki, the time-jumping heist sequence starring Tom Hiddleston, for a May 2021 launch. After that, Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings arrives to theaters on July 9, adopted by What If…? later in the summertime.
A year after its authentic launch, Eternals will head to theaters on Nov. 5. Marvel will spherical out the year with two extra releases: Ms. Marvel and Hawkeye, each concentrating on “late 2021” premieres on Disney Plus.
The Marvel schedule joins a packed calendar that features the Premier Entry debut of Disney Animation’s Raya and the Final Dragon on March 5, the Bob’s Burgers film on April 9, the live-action 101 Dalmatians film Cruella on May 28, Pixar’s Luca on June 18, Peter Jackson’s Beatles documentary Get Again on Aug. 27, Steven Spielberg’s West Aspect Story on Dec. 10, a cartoon redux of Night time on the Museum set for the vacation season, and two Star Wars sequence, The E book of Boba Fett and the animated Clone Wars sequel The Bad Batch.