Overnight Disney unveiled its new streaming platform, Disney+, at a special event in Los Angeles. Attendees were given a first look at the operating system of the platform which included some very interesting information for comics fans!
First up we got a sneaky peek at the logo for the Falcon & Winter Soldier series which is upcoming on the platform.
It was also confirmed that another Marvel series will star Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprising their roles as Scarlett Witch and Vision. The series has been rumoured for some time but this is our first confirmation that the show is happening for real.
During the presentation we also learn that the series will be called WandaVision.
During a flurry of confirmations the studio also confirmed Tom Hiddleston’s involvement with the upcoming Loki series.
Finally on the Marvel side, the studio confirmed that Captain Marvel will debut on the platform when it launches in November.
In the Star Wars universe we get a first look at the official logo for The Mandalorian. The show will debut in November alongside the streaming service which is confirmed to cost $6.99 per month or $69.99 for a full year subscription.
It was also confirmed that Star Wars: Cassian Andor is in production for the streaming service. Diego Luna has been confirmed to return to the role first seen in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
No word yet on when the streaming service will hit international territories but we’ll keep you updated as news rolls out.