After a year filled with delays due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Marvel Studios’ first Disney+ offering, WandaVision, will finally premiere in January. Production is also well underway or has concluded on a number of other series that are set to hit Dinsey+. Production for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which was originally scheduled to be the first MCU project to launch on Disney+, has concluded. Filming on Loki has continued, Ms. Marvel is now in the early stages of filming, and cast and crew for Hawkeye have gathered to begin work after Thanksgiving.
The last two shows from Marvel Studios’ initial Disney+ lineup are now preparing to start production in March of next year. In recent months we have learned that lead actors have been cast for both She-Hulk and Moon Knight. It is now reported that both projects are in the process of casting for supporting roles.
According to a report from Charles Murphy of Murphy’s Multiverse, production on the Nick Fury-led Disney+ series revealed in September will begin in “mid-2021”. The series is being penned by Kyle Bradstreet and will see Samuel L. Jackson reprise the role of Fury.
Murphy also states that where possible, Marvel Studios is “pairing up” projects. This doesn’t mean that the projects will be directly related, just that Marvel Studios is planning to work on two Disney+ productions simultaneously. With the Nick Fury series set to begin work next summer, it’s likely that we may hear more about its partner series in the near future.
Murphy suggests that the studio has begun work on “2-3 other projects with Ironheart being mentioned by multiple sources.”