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  1. Today during an investor call, Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that the new Marvel based Falcon And The Winter Soldier series would premier on the streaming service this coming August. Wandavision will make it's premier later in the year in December. The new streaming service has brought in 28.6 million paid subscribers as of February 3.
  2. The Universe is expanding. Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and Loki are coming soon to Disney+.
  3. Deadline is reporting that Noah Mills has signed on to cast of the Disney+ Marvel Studios series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Mills will be joining the series with Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Daniel Bruhl, Emily VanCamp, Wyatt Russell, Desmond Chiam and Miki Ishikawa. The series is a spinoff of the Captain America movies with Mackie and Stan reprising their roles as the Falcon and Bucky Barnes and is being directed by Kari Skogland Sources have revealed that Bruhl will reprise his role as Baron Zemo while VanCamp will return as Sharon Carter (aka Agent 13), and Russell will play John Walker who is also known in the comics as the fanatic Super Patriot. Specific details about the story as well as other roles are being kept tightly under wraps. Disney has declined to comment. The series, executive produced by Malcolm Spellman, is slated to premiere on Disney+ in August. Mills is credited with being a series regular role in The Enemy Within, which aired for one season on NBC, and he previously co-starred on NBC’s The Brave.
  4. Due to the recent earthquakes, the Disney+ Marvel Studios series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has suspended filming from its Puerto Rico location. Sources have not confirmed if production will continue in the Puerto Rico location going forward; most likely elsewhere. Originally, a two-week production shoot was planned in Puerto Rico with cast and crew arriving tomorrow. Last Tuesday, the island of Puerto Rico was hit with a 6.4 magnitude earthquake in its Southern coast, reportedly the island’s biggest in a century. There was another earthquake on Saturday that shook the island with a reading of 5.9. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier series is a spinoff from the Captain America movies with Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan reprising their roles as the Falcon and Bucky Barnes. The series will reportedly debut in late 2020. Source: Deadline
  5. ABC is starting to shop around for another superhero series after Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is set to finish after its upcoming seventh season and the broadcast network is in talks again with Marvel. ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke told Deadline that she was looking forward to working with Marvel Studios President and Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige, but said that they had not discussed which particular characters would be suitable for a broadcast show. “We love our partners at Marvel and we’re sad to see [Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D] go, it’s been a big part of our history. We’re looking forward to working with Kevin Feige and we’re at the very beginning of conversations with him now about what a Marvel and ABC show might look like. Right now, Marvel’s focus has been on Disney+, as it should be,” Burke told Deadline at the Winter TCA Press Tour. ABC was developing a new series with a Marvel female superhero, but those plans stalled. In 2018, ABC gave a production commitment to an untitled hourlong drama from Wonder Women writer Allan Heinberg, Marvel Television and ABC Studios. Written by Heinberg, it was about female characters with superpowers. But in classic Marvel tradition, few details were offered.
  6. Marvel is reporting that WandaVision is now slated to hit the Disney+ streaming service ahead of schedule in 2020. The new show was originally announced to be released in the Spring of 2021. WandaVision stars Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, reprising their MCU roles as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch and Vision, respectively. Additionally, the series stars Teyonah Parris, who is playing the adult Monica Rambeau, along with Kat Dennings and Randall Park returning to their roles as Darcy and Jimmy Woo. They’ll all be joined by a brand new character, a “nosey neighbor,” played by Kathryn Hahn. Scheduled for the Fall of 2020 will be The Falcon and Winter Soldier, which stars Anthony Mackie (Sam Wilson/The Falcon) and Sebastian Stan (Bucky Barnes/The Winter Soldier), along with Daniel Brühl and Emily VanCamp reprising their roles as Baron Zemo and Sharon Carter, respectively. We’ll also meet a brand new character, John Walker, who will be played by Wyatt Russell.
  7. Have you ever met anyone, of any age, who inspired you to do better, be better, and strive for a better future? Finding young people who have made their own steps and forged their own paths towards the greater good was the first mission of Marvel's Hero Project -- the next mission was to give these real-life heroes the recognition and celebration they deserved. In Marvel's Hero Project, a new series streaming exclusively on Disney+ when it arrives on November 12, several extraordinary, inspiring kids got their time in the Super Hero spotlight for the work they've done in their communities across the country. Their causes are as diverse as they are, and on Marvel's Hero Project, Marvel comic editors found a way to tell their stories. In every episode, each outstanding kid will be surprised to find out that they've been immortalized in a Marvel Comic -- which will be available for free in Marvel Unlimited and the Marvel Digital Comics Store! -- as a brand new Super Hero, putting them among the ranks of the Marvel heroes they love. Marvel's Hero Project set out to prove that it doesn't take an iron suit, super strength, or a mythical hammer to be a hero -- just seeing a problem and having the passion to solve it in a creative way is what made these kids heroes. And now you will be able to see their stories and be inspired by them. Marvel's Hero Project premieres on November 12, streaming exclusively on Disney+. Pre-order it now on DisneyPlus.com.
  8. Sources from within have informed Variety that film, TV and music star Hailee Steinfeld has been offered a lead role in the upcoming “Hawkeye” limited series at Disney Plus. Steinfeld will play the role of Kate Bishop if accepted. Bishop is a Marvel Comics character who took up the Hawkeye mantle after Clint Barton. She is also a member of the group known as the Young Avengers. Jeremy Renner is set to reprise his role of titular bow-wielding hero that he has played through multiple films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, most recently in “Avengers: Endgame.” Steinfeld's film credits include starring in films such as “The Edge of Seventeen,” “Bumblebee,” the “Pitch Perfect” franchise, and for lending her voice to the Oscar-winning animated film “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.”
  9. The Marvel series based on the Avengers superhero Hawkeye has tapped AMC's Mad Men writer and executive story editor Jonathan Igla to act as a writer and executive producer. The series is being developed for the upcoming streaming service Disney+ with Jeremy Renner reprising his titular role as the bow-and-arrow wielding superhero. The story is due to focus on Clint Barton, a non-superpowered hero, trying to teach another hero with an affinity for the bow, Kate Bishop, how to be a hero with no super powers. Marvel has planned a series of shows to debut on the Disney+ with the Hawkeye series tentatively set for a fall 2021 debut and is part of Marvel’s Phase Four round of releases. Phase Four includes the debut of Marvel shows on Disney+, the first one being The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, set for a fall 2020 unveiling. That is to be followed by WandaVision (spring 2021), Loki (also spring 2021), then Hawkeye. At D23, Marvel chief Kevin Feige announced that shows featuring She-Hulk, Ms. Marvel and Moon Knight were also in the works. The key creative team for the Phase four shows include Igla along with Malcolm Spellman penning Winter Soldier, with Kari Scogland directing; WandaVision has Jac Schaeffer as showrunner; and Loki has Michael Waldron writing and executive producing. Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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