Marvel has revealed a first look at “Falcon and Winter Soldier,” “Loki,” and “WandaVision” during a special Super Bowl spot on Sunday…
There’s a new Captain America, a Scarlet Witch and a vengeful Loki headed to Disney+.
On Sunday during the Super Bowl, Marvel debuted a first look at a trio of new series — “Falcon and Winter Soldier,” “WandaVision,” and “Loki” — headed to the streaming service starting later this year.
The video starts with a look the shield that previously belonged to Captain America, which was passed to his good friend Sam Wilson aka Falcon in the closing moments of “Avengers: Endgame.” Judging by the footage, it looks like Sam is trying to brush up on his shield throwing skills while teaming up with Bucky Barnes as they prepare to go to war with Baron Zemo, who was last seen during the events of “Captain America: Civil War.”
The spot also featured the first footage from “WandaVision,” which has been described as the most unique creative endeavor ever attempted by Marvel Studios. The series reunites Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) with Vision (Paul Bettany) who died in “Avengers: Infinity War” when Thanos ripped the mind stone from his head to complete the Infinity Gauntlet. The video flashes back and forth from color to black and white and event showocases Wanda in her classic Scarlet Witch outfit from the comic books.
Finally we get a brief glimpse at “Loki,” which sees Tom Hiddleston return to the role he made famous in several Marvel films. This alternate universe take on the character shows what happened to Loki after Tony Stark, Captain America and Ant-Man traveled back in time to retrieve the Tesseract (aka the Space stone) as they attempted to undo Thanos’ damage when he wiped out half of life in the universe. Unfortunately, Tony failed to take back the stone and Loki escaped with it through a portal.
Now his new series will follow the alternate world Loki, who still has possession of the Infinity stone.
Take a look at the new footage with “Falcon and Winter Soldier” as well as “WandaVision” debuting on Disney+ later this year with “Loki” expected to arrive in 2021.