Along with yesterday’s (August 4th) news that Mulan is headed to Disney Plus this September 4th, Disney CEO Bob Chapek also offered an update on the upcoming Marvel Disney Plus TV shows.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was originally set to release this August, however the series was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The show plans to resume filming this fall, and a new release date has not yet been announced.
On The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki and WandaVision, Chapek commented: ‘It’s such a priority that we are hopeful this will be coming shortly’.
WandaVision is currently set to be released this December 2020, while Loki is planned for early 2021. It’s unclear at this time if either have been affected by the pandemic.
Black Widow is still sticking to its November 6th release date, and it doesn’t seem there are any plans to send it straight to streaming – with Chapek describing Mulan’s direct to Disney Plus release as ‘a one-off’.
Star Wars spinoff The Mandalorian will still be hitting Disney Plus this October.
You’ll be able to stream the MCU shows exclusively with a Disney Plus subscription. This will also give you access to Disney’s massive entertainment library, including the entire Star Wars saga, the rest of the MCU and classic Disney movies. Why not try Disney Plus today?