It looks like Marvel Studios is eager to get started on its new shows as soon as possible. A new report reveals that the Disney+ shows Moon Knight and She-Hulk are already expected to begin production early next year.
The Hollywood Reporter recently shared some updates on Black Panther 2, confirming that the sequel is planning to cast Narcos: Mexico star Tenoch Huerta as the new main villain. In addition to that, the Marvel Cinematic Universe flick is set to bring back most of the original cast who will begin filming in Atlanta in July.
Interestingly, the report also revealed that Moon Knight and She-Hulk are already scheduled to begin production in March. The news comes just a few weeks after Oscar Isaac was cast as Marc Spector in Moon Knight while Tatiana Maslany is expected to play Jennifer Walters in She-Hulk.
So why are the Marvel shows starting production sooner than Black Panther 2? A source claims that these shows are something that the studio wants to focus on in the following year.
“The series are the priority,” the source shared. “Ramping them up takes a lot of focus. The movie machinery is well established.”
We're loving the idea that Moon Knight and She-Hulk will begin filming soon considering that both shows were expected to start production this year but have been delayed due to COVID-19. Needless to say, we can't wait to learn more about the Marvel projects really soon.
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