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Disney Gives NEW Look at Falcon and Winter Soldier, Loki & Wandavision

Written by: Chae’ Jones – February 5, 2020 5:33pm PT

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Tom Hiddleston retweeted a 30 second video from Disney Plus twitter account.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier premieres on Disney Plus this August. The upcoming show takes place following the events of Avengers: Endgame. Sam Wilson (previously the Falcon, currently taking on the new role of Captain America) and Bucky Barnes (AKA Winter Soldier) team up for a global adventure.

Wandavision, also debuts in 2020 and the 1950s inspired series sees the two superheroes attempting to live the simple life in the suburbs. Like all things surrounding magic and powerful robot beings, the setting is entirely not what it seems. The new footage showed both characters jumping in and out of various timelines and even pausing to put Wanda in her classic comic book ensemble for the Scarlet Witch.

Loki is expected to arrive on Disney Plus in 2021 and also picks up after Avengers: Endgame. Although there’s still no details as to what will be happening in the series, the new clip ends with Loki menacingly promising, “I’m going to burn this place to the ground.”

The Loki series also adds a new cast member, actor Owen Wilson who’s stranger to the Disney family, as he voices Lightning McQueen in Pixar’s Cars franchise. Wilson is also known for his roles in Wedding Crashers, Zoolander and Night at the Museum.” Although his official role hasn’t been disclosed by Marvel, I can safely believe Wilsons role might be unlike any we’ve seen before.

Lastly, for all you Star Wars fans, if you’ve been waiting for news on when you can watch season two of The Mandelorian and discover what ‘the child’ has been up to during the break, it’s been confirmed that season two will hit Disney Plus in October!

For all the latest Disney news, make sure to check out Disney News Weekly (link to show playlist) on Youtube every Tuesday on our Popcorn Talk Network.

About The Author:

Chae’ Jones is an actress, host, and writer in Los Angeles. She currently hosts Disney News Weekly on Popcorn Talk.

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