Marvel Reportedly Removes Two Disney+ Series From 2022 Schedule
With Marvels Phase Four in full swing, it appears as though there has been a delay, as Marvel reportedly removes two Disney+ series from its 2022 schedule.
With the incredible 2021 in the rearview mirror, Marvel and the MCU have continued expanding on what is certainly the most exciting and uncertain future for the vast and decade-long cinematic universe.
Spider-Man: No Way Home continued the Phase Four tradition of deteriorating the delicate Multiverse, following in the footsteps of both Loki and WandaVision.
With Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness primed to attack the issue of that same deteriorating Multiverse, it is very apparent that Phase Four requires the most meticulous planning as its convoluted narrative is in danger of going from intriguingly complex, to confusing.
It appears, in an effort to juggle the carrying releases that tackle this very delicate idea, Marvel reportedly removes two Disney+ series from its 2022 schedule.
First brought to fans by ComicBook.com, the development has come by way of the Marvel Japan website, which features a lineup of all the projects slated to debut to audiences this year.
There were the obvious inclusions, with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Moon Knight next on the schedule for March and May respectively, the site also included the likes of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Thor: Love and Thunder, She-Hulk, Ms. Marvel, and I Am Groot.
What was noticeably missing from the lineup was the currently filming Secret Invasion, and the second season of Marvel’s What If…?
Both series were lacking a release date but were both on hand for the Disney+ Day presentation that built fan anticipation for the various 2022 releases for Marvel’s lauded Phase Four.
With Secret Invasion currently filming in the UK, fans have gotten their first look at just what to expect out of the series, but knowing the MArvel method of developing their projects, it inst a massive surprise for the series to still need the necessary reshoots and final touches that could very well push it a year away.
It is just as feasible to imagine a scenario where the Marvel team in charge of What If…? wait until they are able to use properties not yet shown in the current MCU landscape; needed the continued development of Phase Four to ensure their ability to use certain characters.
This news is obviously in no way verifiable, so we can only make assumptions as to what Marvel’s plans are until they confirm, or deny any developments.
Keep in tune to Marvel Blog for any updates!