On its first-ever Disney+ Day, the streaming service announces a dozen of live-action and animated series of Marvel superheros which are scheduled to arrive on the platform, much to Marvel fans’ joy.
AceShowbiz -Get ready for a dozen of Marvel series on Disney+. On its first-ever Disney+ Day on Friday, November 12, the streaming service announced a dozen of live-action and animated series of Marvel superheros which are scheduled to arrive on the platform, much to Marvel fans’ joy.
Among them is “X-Men ’97“. Debuting in 2023, the animated show is set to pick up where the original series ended following its five-year run between 1992 and 1997. Disney+ also offers fans with the first look at “Moon Knight“, starring Oscar Isaac as Marc Spector.
In the footage, Isaac’s Spector can be briefly seen waking up and wandering around a museum, surrounded by Egyptian exhibitions. Later, while standing in darkly lit hallways and looking in a mirror, he says, “I can’t tell the difference between my waking life and dreams.”
Another scene features Spector in his Moon Knight costume. He’s violently beating someone up in a wrecked public bathroom. “The voice, in your head. It devours you,” someone says in voiceover.
Also getting the first look are “She-Hulk” and “Ms. Marvel“. In the first footage of “She-Hulk”, Tatiana Maslany‘s Jennifer Walters can be seen flaunting her green skin and white-and-purple costume. Mark Ruffalo‘s Hulk also makes an appearance, teaching his cousin how to control her transformations.
As for “Ms. Marvel”, the first trailer for the show sees Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan, a Muslim, Pakistani-American who idolizes Captain Marvel. Introducing her as the first Muslim superhero, the video features a lot of people praying in a mosque. Elsewhere in the trailer, Kamala is seen standing at a mirror while wearing her Captain Marvel cosplay.
Back to Disney+ Day, Disney+ also announces new series, including “Echo“, “Spider-Man: Freshman Year” and “Marvel Zombies“. Serving as a “Hawkeye” spin-off, “Echo” stars Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez, a deaf Native American superhero. Her character will first be introduced in Hawkeye. Written by Executive Producer Jeff Trammel, “Spider-Man: Freshman Year” follows Peter Parker on his way to becoming Spider-Man in the MCU.
Meanwhile, “Marvel Zombies” center on a new generation of heroes battle against an ever-spreading zombie scourge. Disney+ also announced that “What If…?” had been picked up for a second season.
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