HAWKEYE & MS. MARVEL Will Debut In 2021, According To Hasbro's Latest Investor Presentation

While much has been said about the status of the upcoming Hawkeye Disney+ series, it looks like it's still on course for a 2021 debut and it sounds like Ms. Marvel will be joining him.

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Hasbro, as part of their Investor Event presentation at New York Toy Fair 2020 this morning, revealed a preview of their upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe-based Marvel Legends line, seemingly confirming - and reaffirming - in the process much of what has been speculated over the course of this past year. 

As expected, their 2020 line of Legends products will focus on a pair of theatrical MCU releases in Cate Shortland's Black Widow (May 1) and Chloé Zhao's The Eternals (November 6) and a pair of Disney+ titles in Malcolm Spellman's The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (August) and Jac Schaeffer's WandaVision (December). There are also toys on the way for Disney XD's Spider-Man: Maximum Venom animated series and Crystal Dynamics/Eidos Montréal's Marvel's Avengers video game.

2021 is where things get considerably more interesting as the theatrical release calendar reiterates four big titles for the year in Destin Daniel Cretton's Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (February 12), Sam Raimi's Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (May 7), Jon Watts' untitled Spider-Man sequel (July 16) and Taika Waititi's Thor: Love and Thunder (November 5). 

Michael Waldron's Loki (Early 2021) and A.C. Bradley's What If...? animated series (Mid-2021) are both still on track to debut in 2021 and it looks like so is Jonathan Igla's Hawkeye (Late 2021), which has been rumored to begin production this September. However, it does appear as though Marvel Studios may have made a slight change to their schedule and slotted Bisha K. Ali's Ms. Marvel to make its debut before the Jeremy Renner-fronted series.

If that's the case, then fans should expect some sort of major casting news within the next few weeks/months, possibly to coincide with the official announcement of a Captain Marvel sequel, where Kamala Khan is also rumored to play a part.

Everything here is, of course, subject to change at any given moment, but for now, 2021 is really shaping up to be the biggest year the Marvel Cinematic Universe has ever seen. 

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