Marvel Studios is going full speed ahead with their Disney+ TV shows.
At the recent Marvel Studios panel at CCXP19 at São Paulo, Brazil over the weekend, Kevin Feige announced that the trio of Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel and She-Hulk should all be “ready” sometime in late 2020.
Feige did not explain exactly what “ready” meant, so it could either mean one of two things: all three shows could be released on Disney+ come end 2020, or are ready to begin production.
A safer bet would be the latter, though, but it wouldn’t be surprising if Marvel Studios shelled out one of these shows out of the blue next year. If all goes well, we could expect these shows to premiere as early as 2021.
Currently, there haven’t been many names that have surfaced as to who will star as the new trio of Marvel superheroes. However, we do know that all three shows already have writers and developers attached to them. Namely, they are Jeremy Sister (Umbrella Academy) for Moon knight, Bisha K. Ali (Four Weddings) for Ms Marvel, and Jessica Gao (Rick and Morty) for She-Hulk.
What’s even more exciting is that the three shows will all eventually join the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe tapestry at some point after their respective shows have ended.
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