The thing we found today definitely looks like it has spent some time in Westview and has been trying to break out!
If you’re like us, you’ve likely found yourself throughly entertained by (and also extremely confused by) each episode of WandaVision.
Is Wanda really in control? What’s actually going on here? And, the age old question, is it Mephisto?! But, if you’re wondering just HOW popular WandaVision is, fans have just proved how much they love the series considering they basically crashed Disney+ to watch the new epsiode!
Recently, Disney held its Investor Day conference and shared SO MUCH info about SO MANY new Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, Disney live-action, and Disney animated shows and movies, along with new Nat Geo content and updates on Hulu shows as well!
Basically, it was an entertainment OVERLOAD. And while some of the new things announced will premiere in theaters, MOST of the announcements related to shows and movies of all kinds coming to Disney+. It was a LOT. So, today we’re breaking it down for you and sharing ALL (yes, ALL) of the shows and movies discussed during Investor Day that are coming soon to Disney+!
During yesterday’s Investor Day conference, Disney shared details about SO many upcoming projects, including Star Wars shows, animated series featuring some of our favorite Disney princesses, and more!
Marvel’s Kevin Feige also gave fans some HUGE info about upcoming Marvel shows and movies, and we got to see trailers and clips from lots of upcoming projects. Today, we’re sharing all of those clips with you!
During the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards this year, we finally got to see a trailer for another new original series coming soon to Disney+ — Marvel Studios’ WandaVision.
Shortly after we saw the Disney parks shut their doors, we started to see stores, restaurants, and experiences across the country, like movie theaters, close down as well.
With distributors unable to theatrically release their content, some have turned to digital at-home releases instead. Is this a temporary trend out of necessity, or could Disney capitalize on this with their future film releases?