The first Marvel Studios Disney+ series of 2022, moon knight, is now halfway through its run, and many seem to be enjoying Steven Grant and Marc Spector’s journey as they navigate Khonshu’s agenda. After Oscar Isaac’s show ends, audiences won’t have to wait long for Iman Vellani’s Ms. Marvel. But what is thereafter? Well, She-Hulk, of course.
At least, that’s what many people have speculated. It might be What if…?of the second season, but, other than 2022, a more specific release window has not been available for the animated return.
As for Tatiana Maslany She-Hulkit was thought to air soon after Ms. Marvel ends its run – therefore, the end of summer. Unfortunately, it now looks like fans will be waiting even longer to see Bruce Banner’s cousin on screen.
Is She-Hulk Retarded?
A new post on the r/MarvelStudiosSpoilers subreddit shared information that indicates that Disney+ She-Hulk won’t air until late 2022 (November or December), potentially even January 2023. The subreddit’s mod team noted that the user who posted this has already shared accurate scoops regarding Marvel’s plans Studios, making it She-Hulk a more believable updated version.
The message also warns that there will likely be “lots of spoilers” in regards to She-Hulk soon to be shared online due to support from other visual effects companies to speed up post-production.
Another release date pushed back by the MCU
There was a time when Marvel Studios set a premiere date, even an unspecific release window, and that wasn’t going to change. Unfortunately, this is something that has changed since the pandemic hit.
From rearranging the Phase 4 roster to moving multiple projects forward by six months or more, these massive changes have happened more often than usual. More recently, Ms. Marvel has been pushed back from 2021 to summer 2022, and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever from summer to the end of this year.
While those once-release dates almost never budged, now it’s best to take all potential premiere dates with a grain of salt.
She-Hulk is undoubtedly tricky. Not only does the show likely have a plethora of VFX-intensive shots, given its leadership role is a Hulk, but there have also been reports of behind-the-scenes complications lately.
While these issues are just rumors, it looks like at least something is going on behind the scenes, even if it’s just tricky CGI. Hopefully, by the time the series lands, everything has been settled and fans will get the legal sitcom of Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige’s dreams.
She-Hulk is set to arrive on Disney+ at some point later this year.