Here’s what we know about the exciting slate of Disney-related content on the way throughout 2021.
The Falcon And The Winter Soldier – With Wandavision wrapping up its season on March 5, this Captain America spinoff will keep the MCU goodness going two weeks later. Season premiere March 19.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch – this ‘Clone Wars’ animated spinoff drops on Star Wars Day, May 4. Disney says each character brings to the team “a singular exceptional skill that makes them extraordinarily effective soldiers and a formidable crew.” So it’s Star Wars Fox Force Five?
Black Widow – the long-delayed Phase 4 MCU film is set to hit theaters on May 7.
Loki – My brain still hurts from the Avengers: Endgame time-heist that made a Loki TV series possible despite his apparent death in the opening moments of Infinity War. I’m sure the June 11 premiere on Disney+ will explain everything.
Monsters At Work – Not MCU or Star Wars, but an old-school Disney property, the Monsters, Inc. sequel series starts on Disney+ July 2.
Spider-Man: No Way Home – The once-endangered Sony/Disney partnership continues with its third installment starring Tom Holland. No Way Home swings into theaters on December 17. But what happens with Spidey after that? Tom says No Way Home fulfills his contract, but he’s definitely up for more.