Some good news for those Marvel fans thirsty for adventure. The highly-anticipated The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, which was supposed to debut on Disney+ this month, is preparing to return to production. The same for other Marvel limited series, Loki and Hawkeye. All production was shut down in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Comic site, Murphy’s Multiverse reports that crew members have returned to work in Atlanta this week to “begin preparation for the resumption (or in some cases the beginning) of filming.”
The site notes, “Crews for The Falcon and The Winter Solider, Loki and Hawkeye moved back into town and got the ball rolling again on the three upcoming Marvel Studios Disney Plus streaming series, joining the crew for the Untitled Spider-Man Sequel, which had previously begun prep work.”
All work is supposed to begin on August 17. Loki and Hawkeye will remain at Pinewood Studios. After Falcon is wraps filming, the production will jet to Prague for 9 days.
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Apparently the hope is to get Falcon and The Winter Soldier on Disney+ before the end of 2020.
As for WandaVision, it’s said that they still have work to complete in Los Angeles, and with things still looking bleak here, Marvel may have to rethink this strategy.
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The TV productions join the untitled Spider-man: Far From Home three-quel, where crews have already reported. The news also means casting news might begin to trickle out for the productions over the next several weeks.
SOURCE: Murphy’s Multiverse