‘Ironheart’ Details Emerge from D23
It is one of the most interesting projects of the Phase Five slate that was given updates at last weekend’s massive Disney event, as Ironheart details have emerged from D23.
There are a few days bigger for Marvel fans than the D23 convention that takes place annually in Anahiem California.
An event that gathers all of the massive brands from the Disney umbrella and allows them to take the stage to discuss what is on the ledger for the coming years.
Marvel was, as they are every year, from stand center at the event; presenting some of their biggest announcement in the world of video games, theme parks, upcoming films, and Disney+ series.
Among those projects that received massive updates from the event, none may have been as interesting as the Ironheart details that emerged from the massive Marvel panel that took place last Saturday.
Although any of the footage that was shown to those in attendance won’t be released to the public, we do know that footage was shown, and we do know that it gave viewers the gist of what they could expect from the series.
Not only was Anthony Ramos confirmed to play The Hood, but Discussing Film recently shared that the project is primed to delve into, “the battle between Magic and Tech.”
‘IRONHEART’ explores the battle between Magic and Tech. #D23Expo pic.twitter.com/HECb7SXfTH
— DiscussingFilm (@DiscussingFilm) September 10, 2022
It is a very interesting point of development for the project, as that news joins the limited knowledge we have over the cast of the film, which will include Ramos and Dominique Thorne’s Riri Williams.
We know that Williams is set to represent the Technology side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with The Hood representing the magic side, and it will be incredibly interesting to see how those two words collide in the series.
Ryan Coogler and Anthony Ramos joined Kevin Feige on stage to give fans at #D23Expo an early look at Marvel Studios’ Ironheart: https://t.co/XHWSrqZRli pic.twitter.com/LzRFSTmzXY
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) September 11, 2022
Williams is set to make her MCU Debut in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, where director Ryan Coogler will introduce her, before presenting her in the Ironheart series that he is helping to develop.