Avengers: Endgame served as an end to all the hype among its fans.
We’re finally getting more details on upcoming projects involving Marvel’s characters. MCU fans are waiting to see what’s to come of some of their favorite characters after the events of Avengers: Endgame.
Some of the Disney + shows will feature the return Loki, Scarlet Witch, and The Vision, the Winter Soldier and Sam Wilson.
We are getting reports that the latter has a date hopefully set in stone. Falcon and Winter Soldier will be coming to your homes in August 2020 and so will begin the Marvel streaming reign once again.
We knew Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan would be reprising their movie roles as the title stars, of course—but now there’s more to go with that.
Falcon and The Winter Soldier series confirmed
According to reports from Deadline, Disney had said that The Falcon and The Winter Soldier would release in the first year of Disney+ — November 2019-2020 — and we now have a more concrete window.
A solo director director will be heading what the “six-part mini-series” that will air in August 2020: Kari Skogland, whose vast TV directing credits include stints on Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale, Netflix’s The Punisher, AMC’s The Walking Dead as well as the upcoming NOS4A2, Showtime’s Penny Dreadful, and many others.
According to HR, Disney “in talks” to come aboard The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: Emily VanCamp, who played SHIELD agent Sharon Carter in Captain America: Civil War and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Daniel Bruhl, Civil War’s villainous Helmut Zemo.
If those two join the mini-series, we can kind of begin to guess the plot, though Deadline cagily notes it had heard “Mackie’s accepting the shield from Captain America at the end of Avengers: Endgame will figure into the miniseries, but the studio had no comment on where it goes.”
Though we are familiar with few important cast characters who may appear onscreen—we still don’t know much about what the story will involve.
It has also been reported that Daniel Bruhl, who played Baron Zemo, and Emily Van Camp, Sharon Carter are in negotiation talks to return as their characters.
Those returning characters could add a lot to this 6-part series and might even open the return of an aged Steve Rogers—fingers crossed for some S.H.E.I.L.D action.
This show can have Bucky possibly living a somewhat normal life in a lot of unfamiliar surroundings or situations.
We’ll just have to wait and see when more news of Disney’s streaming service’s new show Falcon and Winter Soldier is released.
Other Marvel series to be released
Marvel has plenty of characters which haven’t been given much screen time and fans are also eager to know their past.
So a handful of miniseries, with a Loki series starring Tom Hiddleston and WandaVision starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany being two of the confirmed shows.
Marvel also recently confirmed Falcon & Winter Soldier with Anthony Mackie and Stan both returning.
The intrigue for the series has only risen after Avengers: Endgame’s ending where Captain America passed on the mantle and shield to Falcon.
Such events raised buzz among the fans to know more.
Well, apparently, it’s now clear that the Disney Plus shows will be set post-Endgame. A Fan page La Buhardilla Marvel, which shares all the Marvel World news daily, again shared some good news.
It claimed that CEO Bob Iger has confirmed that all of the Marvel series due to arrive on the streaming service will not be prequels of earlier Marvel Phase movies.