“Moon Knight,” Marvel Studios’ newest TV show to hit Disney+ Hotstar, has become the superhero franchise’s most distinctive offering for fans everywhere.
Unlike other well-known superheroes, Marvel has created a unique narrative about a self-destructive superhero who fights with himself and tries to escape from everything. Actor Oscar Isaac stars in the series as Marc Spector/Moon Knight, a mercenary with dissociative identity disorder. “Moon Knight” was created by Jeremy Slater and director Mohamed Diab helmed the web series which was released on March 30.
Watch the series trailer here:
Besides “Moon Knight,” many other MCU projects are slated for release in 2022. From the highly anticipated Benedict Cumberbatch star “Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness” to Chadwick Boseman star “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” here are the release dates for the upcoming ones. Marvel movies and web series.
“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”
In the sequel to ‘Doctor Strange’, acclaimed filmmaker Sam Raimi takes the helm of the highly anticipated film ‘Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness’. The film is set to hit theaters on May 6. Based on what we know from the trailer, we’ll see Doctor Strange face off against an evil version of himself from another timeline. Evil Doctor Strange was first introduced in the Marvel animated series “What if”, where he was shown to have apparently consumed many beings from different universes and gained mystical powers as evil as possible. After discovering her immense potential at the end of Marvel Disney+’s “WandaVision” series, Elizabeth Olsen is reprising her role as Wanda Maximoff, aka the Scarlet Witch. She is now meeting paths with Doctor Strange, who is trying to maintain some sort of order amidst the chaos of the multiverse.
“Ms Marvel,” Marvel Studios’ first on-screen Muslim hero, will debut on Disney Plus on June 8. Recently, the studio released the first trailer for the series, which stars Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan, aka Ms Marvel, a Muslim American teenager. growing up in Jersey City. In the trailer, Kamala is seen as an avid gamer and voracious fan-fiction scribe with an oversized imagination – especially when it comes to Captain Marvel (played by Brie Larson in MCU). Still, Kamala feels she doesn’t fit in at school and sometimes even at home until she gets superpowers like her idols.
“Thor: Love and Thunder”
Director Taika Waititi, who revitalized the “Thor” franchise with “Thor: Ragnarok,” returns for this star-studded sequel. ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ sees the return of Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster, who takes over as Thor after Chris Hemsworth’s role, with the film set to be released on July 8. Guardians of the Galaxy also makes an appearance, the film picks up where ‘Avengers: Endgame’ left off. Thor was last seen aboard a spaceship with the Guardians of the Galaxy, leading many to speculate that he will appear in the third Guardians of the Galaxy movie. The film also features Christian Bale as the monstrous villain Gorr the God Butcher.
“Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse” (Part One)
The computer-animated superhero film, directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson, is the first installment of a two-part sequel to “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” (2018) . It will be released on October 7, 2022. Character voices for the upcoming film were provided by Shameik Moore, Oscar Isaac, Hailee Steinfeld, Jake Johnson, and Issa Rae.
“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”
Director Ryan Coogler originally planned for “Black Panther 2” to feature the return of Chadwick Boseman in the lead role, but after the actor’s unexpected death in the summer of 2020, Coogler began reworking the script. Boseman will not be replaced in the sequel, the story of which is kept secret. However, the set of Coogler’s hit 2018 film is set to return in ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’, while Dominique Thorne will make her MCU debut as Riri Williams aka Ironheart, an inventor who designs armor to challenge Tony. Stark, Iron Man. Thorne will star in an “Ironheart” TV series for Disney+ after “Black Panther 2.”