Disney+ is doing something very different with its new Marvel show
Good news for the bingers.
Disney+ have revealed that upcoming Marvel show Echo, the Hawkeye spin-off starring Alaqua Cox, will be releasing in a slightly different way from past series.
Releasing on November 29, Kevin Feige revealed at a Disney presentation this week that all of the episodes will drop simultaneously in a change from the normal week to week scheduling of previous Marvel shows.
Cox will reprise her role as Maya Lopez, a deaf Native American hero, who featured in the show centering around Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye. The show will follow her as she leaves New York City and returns to her hometown in Oklahoma.
Kin star Charlie Cox and Vincent D'Onofrio are reportedly reprising their roles as Daredevil and Kingpin.
In the presentation held in New York, Feige also announced that Loki will return for its second season on October 6. Tom Hiddleston will be joined by Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant who all reprise their roles from season one. Oscar-winning Everything Everywhere All at Once star Ke Huy Quan is also set to feature.
Unlike Echo, episodes for Loki season two will release weekly.
This week's announcement confirms that Marvel is slowing down with its Disney+ releases. With 11 titles dropping across 2021 and 2022, Marvel originally had five live-action shows to debut this year.
As well as Loki and Echo, Secret Invasion starring Samuel L. Jackson will release on June 21. Ironheart, a spinoff of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and Agatha: Coven of Chaos, a spinoff of WandaVision were also supposed to release this year. However they are now expected to debut in 2024.
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