BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER Rumored To Introduce Ironheart; WEREWOLF BY NIGHT Coming To Disney+?

We have two big rumours to share with you today, as it's claimed that Riri Williams will make her MCU debut in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, while a Werewolf by Night series could be heading to Disney+.

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Until Marvel Studios announces its future plans, there continues to be a lot of rumours doing the rounds about where the Marvel Cinematic Universe is heading following the events of Avengers: Endgame.

With that in mind, we have two big rumours to share with you today!

Last month, there were reports that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was set to film in and around the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge. At the time, there was speculation that could lead to a cameo appearance from Riri Williams, a character who will don her own Iron Man suit in Disney+'s Ironheart (her comic book counterpart attends MIT). 

Now, The GWW's KC Walsh has taken to Twitter to claim, "a source I trust has seemingly confirmed [the] speculation and indicated that Riri Williams is set to pop up in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever." This would make sense, and if true, we could see Riri's story play out across this sequel, her solo series, and Armor Wars

Talking of Disney's streaming service, The Cosmic Circus has just run a story which claims that a Werewolf by Night series is on the way and is currently being developed with the working title, "Buzz Cut" (the production company, meanwhile, is named "Natural History Productions LLC"). Apparently, shooting begins next February, which is a surprise when we've heard no casting news. 

Of course, with past rumours pointing to Werewolf by Night appearing in Moon Knight, it's feasible the character has been cast in secret. He's an odd choice of lead for his own show, though. 

It's added that Echo should begin shooting at the end of January, while work begins on Ironheart in April.

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