Marvel’s ‘Ms. Marvel’ and ‘Hawkeye’ Still Targeting 2021 Releases On Disney+

Because of the pandemic 2020 was the first year in ages that we didn’t get a brand new Marvel Studios release and 2021 looks like it will be an overload of content.

The Ronin first revealed back in August that The Falcon & The Winter Soldier’s debut had been bumped to 2021 and added a production order for upcoming shows which had been mostly on-point. We have another update tidbit to share as we’re hearing that both Ms. Marvel and Hawkeye are still expected to debut at some point in 2021 despite production hiccups due to COVID-19.

However, what is the plan now might change as time goes on.

The key thing will be how Disney+ plans to rollout their multiple MCU shows as WandaVision will kick-off on January 15th with Falcon, What-If…?, and Loki unclear where they’ll land on the streaming service’s schedule. WandaVision and Falcon’s delays will certainly help Disney+ keep more eyeballs on the service for the first half of the year.

She-Hulk and Moon Knight will not begin filming until March suggesting they won’t be ready until 2022.

Here is a reminder what the MCU film slate looks like.

Black Widow – May 7th 2021

Shang-Chi & The Legend of The Ten Rings – July 9th, 2021

Eternals – November 5th, 2021

Spider-Man 3 December 17th, 2021

Thor: Love & Thunder – February 11th, 2022

Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness March 25th, 2022

Black Panther 2 – May 6th, 2022 (Subject To Change)

Captain Marvel 2 – July 8th, 2022 (Subject To Change)

Ant-Man 3 – TBA

Deadpool 3 – TBA

Blade – TBA

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