Disney promises new Marvel and Star Wars announcements for D23

Disney recently teased major news about it war of stars and Wonder Features that will all be announced at this year’s D23 Expo.

On the show’s website, Disney teased Saturday, Sept. 10, “Filmmakers, celebrity talent and surprise guests will join representatives from Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm, among others, on stage … to present theatrical and Disney+ titles.” The announcement goes on to say, “Attendees will see exclusive footage and be among the first to know what else is in the works.” This year’s D23 Expo, taking place September 9-11, will mark the first time since 2019 Host panels, presentations and interactive events for fans in person.

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While no details have been announced yet, it’s worth noting that Disney has been emphasizing the new announcements since late last year.

Both franchises currently have a slew of upcoming shows and blockbuster movies in the works, many of which haven’t received any solid updates since their announcement. For Marvel Studios, this may include The Guardians of the Galaxy Christmas Special, i am groot, Secret invasion, arms wars and many others likely to appear on Disney+.

That war of stars Franchise, meanwhile, has a long list of announced projects whose current status remains a mystery, such as a film trilogy at the top Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson and one directed by director Taika Waititi. While none of these projects appear to be in active development right now, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy previously offered the audience an idea of ​​where they might be war of stars Franchise will progress.

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When it comes to movies, Kennedy stated in a recent interview, “We continue to move beyond existing sequels when we look at our movie space… The sequel era is what we talk about a lot when it comes to where we are.” how far we go with our films and how far we will deviate from them. That’s very much the space we’re focusing on.

The future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn’t been discussed as thoroughly, with a plethora of films and shows currently in the works and no clear end to the ongoing Phase 4 in sight. Just recently, the upcoming thunderbolts Film found its director in Jake Schreier, Eric Pearson wrote the screenplay. Filming is rumored to begin sometime in 2023.

Source: D23

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