The Marvel Cinematic Universe is officially beginning Phase 4 with its first Disney+ series in WandaVision premiering on January 15, 2020. Kevin Feige has stressed the importance of these shows to the continuity of the MCU. Following WandaVision, we will have shows like The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and the Loki series both coming up not too long after. Fans are getting very interested in the Disney Plus side of the MCU, with series like Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight and She-Hulk introducing new characters.
We received our first casting news for The She-Hulk series in September when Deadline reported that Tatiana Maslany would be taking on the role of Jennifer Walters. We were also given an update when it was confirmed by Deadline that Kat Cairo would be directing the pilot episode and acting as executive director for the series. Now, after some time has passed we officially have an update on when production for the series will begin. It was originally reported by The Hollywood Reporter that shooting for both She-Hulk and Moon Knight will begin in March of 2021.
This is contrary to a report released by The Direct that stated She-Hulk would begin filming in February. This gives fans some hope as many productions were shut down back in March of 2020. We will have our first Disney+ show premiere as soon as January and by March of 2021, most of the current Disney+ shows we know of will be either in the process of filming or finished.