10 New Marvel Projects Announced at Disney's D23 Expo

10 New Marvel Projects Announced at Disney's D23 Expo ...

The Disney fan club, known as D23, has hosted a biannual exhibition event to showcase upcoming Disney projects. Lucasfilm, Marvel, and 20th Century managed the event, which announced many new launches. Marvel, in particular, brought several titles to the table to kick off Phase 5.

Fans are getting excited about a new superheroes while waiting for Phase 4 of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever to be completed.

'Fantastic Four'

The highly anticipated Fantastic Four project has been officially revealed. While most of the film's production details are under wraps, WandaVision director Matt Shakman has announced that the revamped Fantastic Four project will be under his leadership.

Marvel did not disclose any casting choices for the film, leaving fans to speculate whether John Krasinski would return to fill Mr. Fantastic's shoes.

'Ironheart'

Ironheart has no official release date, but fans may anticipate it to be announced after the release of Wakanda Forever. Riri Williams has already been revealed to take the place of Tony Stark as the next Ironman.

Hood, the film's villain, has also been revealed. Hood will most likely be IronHeart's first adversary in a complex game of magic and technology.

'Captain America: New World Order'

Fans have been left to speculate on what will happen to Bucky Barnes and Sam Wilson following Falcon and the Winter Solider's conclusion, and Sam Wilson will take on the role of Captain America's patriotic throne.

Shira Haas, Danny Ramirez, Tim Blake Nelson, and Carl Lumby are just a few of the actors expected to join Anthony Mackie in the fourth Captain America film.

'Werewolf by Night'

Werewolf by Night will be a Halloween special on Disney+, a black and white horror film that follows a group of monster hunters as they track down a werewolf that has been hidden among them this year.

In this epic Halloween adventure, Gael Garcia Bernel joins a large cast of actors. The program will be available on Disney+ on October 7, 2022.

'Secret Invasion'

Fans have been waiting for this announcement for a long time, and it's finally here. Samuel L. Jackson returns as Nick Fury as he tries to uncover a phony Skrull plot to take Earth.

Nick Fury will have to reunite with the Shield agents once more to save the world from an alien threat. The film will premiere on Disney+ in 2023, although it is possible that Secret Invasion will overlap with the Armor Wars series in the future.

'Daredevil: Born Again'

In the now Disney-lisenced Daredevil: Born Again show, Charlie Cox and Vincent D'Onofrio will reprise their roles as Dardevil and Kingpin. Fans can expect the same dark energy as before.

The actors said that the show will have 18 episodes, and that production will begin as soon as it is finished. Fans can only speculate as to what will happen to the Man Without Fear.

'Echo'

Vincent D'Onofrio has a new role in his return as the powerful Kingpin. This time he will be exploring what it means to be an uncle to Echo, his adopted niece, played by Alaqua Cox. Cox was famous for shooting Wilson Fisk in the eye with an arrow in the Disney+ series Hawkeye.

Echo, being the first deaf superhero, has the capacity to mimic any move her opponent throws at her. Cox will be investigating the character's Native American heritage as she navigates deep feelings of revenge for Kingpin.

'Loki' Season 2

Tom Hiddleston announced the second season of the stunning Disney+ series Loki. It's well-deserved, as the response for the first season was outstanding.

Jonathan Majors will reprise his role as the evil Kang the Conqueror in the next season, who appears to be taking Thanos' place as the new Marvel threat. Fans can expect to watch the series sometime in 2023.

'Thunderbolts'

Only the concept art for Thunderbolts was unveiled at D23, along with the news that the film would most likely conclude Marvel's Phase 5 film, but there is still much excitement surrounding the announcement that the thunderbolts will be created by Julia Louise Dreyfus' character, Valentina Allegra de Fontaine, who was last seen in Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

Black Widow, Ghost, Task Master, Red Guardian, and Bucky Barnes will be featured in the Thunderbolts in the end of 2022.

'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever'

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is Marvel's final Phase 4 film, which many fans have been anticipating. Letitia Wright will reprise her role as Shuri, T'Challa's sister, in the film. He described him as a "disturbing figure" who "made an impact on the Marvel universe as a whole."

Wakanda Forever will be released in theaters on November 11, 2022. Fans can anticipate returning characters as well as new ones in an exciting new chapter for Wakanda.