On a packed day of Disney's D23 Expo, Disney Plus unveiled the new streaming platform.
No less than six new series were announced within two hours Disney does not play around when it comes to streaming wars, and neither do we. Without further ado, you'll find five takeaways from day one at the Anaheim Convention Center:
Disney Plus Content Bonanza
The eagerly anticipated Disney Plus experts have come up with listing all the old, classic Mouse House real estate This version will be available on the streamer from the start on November 12th. However, if you put all of Disney's entire, admittedly extensive library of old content in one place, you can not rip the mustard in the waters with sharks like Apple and WarnerMedia. What does Disney do as an answer? Lean more into your IP library to bring out new shows with subtle twists. Think of a new "Lizzie McGuire," but she's 30, "The Muppets," but it's a non-scripted shorthand, Star Wars, but it's a samurai western series with "The Mandalorian," Obi-Wan Kenobi but he is … oh no Wait, it's still Ewan McGregor.
Spiderman Tags Out, Three New Heroes
Kevin Feige was in the news this week because he was involved in the spit of Marvel-Sony, which has led to Spiderman's future on the MCU through a thread. Feige, however, appeared optimistic about the Disney Plus presentation, spoiling his usual barrage of eye-catching Marvel announcements. This time, it was a threefold blow to a "Mrs. Marvel series featuring a Muslim-American superhero named" She Hulk ", meaning that Bruce Banner has company in the Hulk division, and" Moon Knight ", which is definitely called the Am The least noticeable and well-known exhibited Marvel estate felt. While the potential loss of Spiderman is undoubtedly a major blow to Marvel's front-page filming, Feige has begun to show that the content powerhouse is fully committed to extending its box office dominance to the TV side.
"WandaVision" is a sitcom
After the three new series followed a parade of well-known Marvel faces. Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan raved about "Falcon and the Winter Soldier" without really saying anything, and Tom Hiddleston appeared on the jumbo screen for 30 seconds to greet and not much about his new "Loki" series to betray. Then, however, the most surprising revelation came from the Marvel section of the Disney Plus presentation: "WandaVision" becomes "half classic sitcom and half spectacular MCU". If you get baffled by this, imagine how the reaction goes down. In the hall, Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen unveiled a clip for the series, which consisted primarily of old footage from Scarlet Witch and Vision featuring clips from The Dick But it still seems a bit difficult to confront Dick Van Dyke with an almighty mutant and a … any vision.
A Adorably Furry Affair
Disney knows how to play in front of an audience. Around the middle of the Disney Plus presentation, as the parade of announcements seemed to drag on, they brought the dogs out. Talking about dog movies has historically been a mix, to say the least, but the trailer for Disney's live action "Lady and the Tramp" looks absolutely adorable. The revelation that all dog comedians in the movie were rescues made only the "awws" in the room louder. However, apart from blurred ears and wet noses, there are still some question marks hanging over the film, primarily how it deals with recasting its villain cat duo and its stereotypical, almost racist portrayal in the original film. The trailer may be enchanting, but the success of "Lady and the Tramp" depends on whether its cash register bark is larger than its bite.
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