Marvel Studios Disney+ Series To Return To Film In July | LRM’s Barside Buzz

You ready for the Marvel Studios Disney+ shows to continue production?

Disney+ is hard-up for content. As great of a deal as their service seems to be, that has been one consistent piece of criticism it has faced. In spite of the back catalog content, there isn’t much to justify a consistent membership. I’ll admit, the main reason I’m still a member is because I’m a total Disney whore and am always down to revisit their classic content. I also enjoy revisiting the Disney Channel Original content from my childhood. But I fully recognize that I am the weird one here — and that there isn’t enough for the average Joe to justify paying a monthly fee.

And Disney knows it. It’s why they’re leaning so hard into their branded content. Between Marvel Studios and Star Wars, they are doing their best to ensure the longevity of their service is secure. Sadly, COVID-19 has been running rampant, and in the wake of that, countless productions were delayed. Among them were shows like Loki and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. What was especially heartbreaking is that the latter show is (still, apparently) set to hit the streamer in August.

But how could they hit Disney+ when we don’t even know when they’re returning. Well, we may have a bit of an answer. Let’s start with stuff that’s true. WandaVision is going back into production this July. This came via a Facebook update from Tampa Bay Comic Con. They had to regretfully report that Paul Bettany would be unable to attend because of the show’s production. But what about the others?

We have some news in the form of a rumor, which comes from Murphy’s Multiverse writer Lizzie Hill. 

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“We were all excited by recent news Paul Bettany had to cancel a July comiccon [sic] due to WandaVision filming,” Murphy’s Multiverse writer Lizzie Hill tweeted. “I’ve just learned that [Loki] and [The Falcon and the Winter Soldier] are also expected to continue filming in July. This is a new source for me & I must keep it anon but I believe it!”

As with all rumors, take it with a grain of salt, but it does feel reputable. Because of the update from Tampa Bay Comic Con, we already know Disney is starting up productions around July. With that in mind, I see no reason why WandaVision would be the only one — especially since The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is supposed to hit soon.

Does this mean the show will actually hit the streamer in August? That’s a great question, but it’s not one we have a legit answer to yet. We’ve heard rumors that Disney+ may release the first season in two separate chunks, but that hasn’t been corroborated by anyone else. Plus, we don’t know if they even shot the first three episodes in their entirety yet.

Yes, this entire thing is one big question mark still, and it doesn’t help that Disney+ has continued to be silent about the whole fiasco. But, at the very least, it does sound like productions will start up soon enough. Are you excited to see these Disney+ Marvel Studios heading back into production? Let us know down below!

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SOURCE: Tampa Bay Comic Con, Lizzie Hill

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Joseph Jammer Medina

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and contributor at LRM Online. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.

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