Lot of upcoming STAR WARS and MARVEL series

During today's Disney Investor Day presentation, lots of upcoming Star Wars and Marvel titles are revealed. Not surprising, most are coming to Disney+ (coming to Singapore in Feb 2021) including Disney's next animated feature, Raya and the Last Dragon which will premiere on Disney+ and in theaters simultaneously. 

Other announced titles include Obi-Wan Kenobi Series in which original star Hayden Christensen will make a return as Anakin. A pair of spin-offs for their hit Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian –Ahsoka and the intriguing-sounding Rangers of the Old Republic. Lando, a new series centered on the debonair scoundrel. A new Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers Movie. Also Amy Adams returning in Enchanted 2. The Princess and the Frog and Moana series. Nick Fury coming back for a Secret Invasion series. Marvel’s She-Hulk Disney+ Series cast revealed with Tim Roth to Reprise Role as Abomination and also a Ms Marvel series featuring Marvel's newest superhero. Two original MCU series, Ironheart and Armor Wars are coming to Disney+. So is Cars and Up spinoff series. 

Wonder Woman's Patty Jenkins will direct a new Star Wars movie Rogue Squadron. A new Fantastic Four film is coming from Spider-Man: Far From Home Director Jon Watts. Brie Larson returns as Carol Danvers in Marvel Studios' Captain Marvel 2 in 2022. James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy 3 Confirmed for 2023. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania full title announced. Mahershala Ali-Starring Blade officially confirmed as feature film. Christian Bale set to star as villain, Gorr the God Butcher in Thor: Love and Thunder. Despite the tragic passing of Chadwick Boseman, the role of Black Panther won't be recast in the upcoming sequel, Black Panther 2


Director of the Academy Award-winning short Bao, Domee Shi, brings us Turning Red. Meet Mei: she experiences the awkwardness of being a teenager, with an added twist: when she gets too excited, she transforms into a giant red panda. Turning Red comes to theaters March 11, 2022. Chris Evans takes over as a young Buzz Lightyear, the young test pilot that became the Space Ranger we all know him to be today. Lightyear launches into theaters 2022.

As always, some projects might be aborted along the way but at least there's a thing call hope.