As we learn more and more news about the upcoming Marvel shows on Disney+, Fangirlish wants to make it easier for the franchise fans to get up to date on everything they need to know. So this monthly round-up includes some of the biggest and most fun news from the last two weeks about all of our upcoming favorite Marvel Studios shows, like WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, and Loki.
WandaVision didn’t win any Primetime Emmys home, but the show still took home three Emmys. It won Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Program (Half-Hour), Outstanding Sci-Fi/Fantasy Costumes, and Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics.
That final award means that Kathryn Hahn‘s performed an Emmy-winning song in “Agatha All Along.” WandaVision‘s songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, are brilliant and made a list of songs all of us sang for months.
It makes us wonder whether the duo will return to the potential Agatha Harkness spin-off. We would love if Agatha’s show were partly a musical because we know that Hahn could pull that off. It’s a little early to create our wishlist for this show, but we’re too excited to contain it.
We know we’re not the only ones bummed by What If…? Season 1 being over already. So don’t stop appreciating the possibilities of the multiverse! There is still plenty of merchandise to buy in promotion of the series for Marvel’s Must Haves. So treat yourself to all the T-shirts, Funko Pops, and collectibles!
We are less than one month away from meeting Kate Bishop, Lucky the Pizza Dog, and a cast of other characters on Hawkeye. Of course, that means we are nearing the series’ rollout of Marvel Must Haves. But, for now, we are flooded with trailers and TV spots.
That’s only going to increase in the coming weeks, and honestly, we’re not even complaining. This is the kind of overwhelmed Marvel fans love. The latest trailer is especially exciting because it announced a two-episode premiere on November 24.
Plus, Hawkeye‘s official poster is what dreams are made of for comics and MCU fans alike! It pays homage to writer Matt Fraction and artist David Aja’s beloved comic run Hawkeye, published in 2012.
The poster takes inspiration from Hawkeye #6, published by Marvel Comics in December of that same year. Fraction wrote that specific issue, and Aja illustrated the cover. The entire run is available through Marvel Unlimited if you want to read up before the series.
Do you follow Samuel L. Jackson on Instagram? If not, we’re here to tell you that you should. Marvel fans are quick to note that Kevin Feige has an impressive MCU hat collection. However, Jackson is here to raise the bar as Secret Invasion‘s production begins.
A quick look at his Instagram shows a great love for Nick Fury and T-shirts that celebrate that character in the MCU. It would be a blast if, as production continues, Jackson ropes in some of his co-stars with cool T-shirts of their own.
We are all for a cast that appreciates and loves the characters they play, so we are happy to see the Secret Invasion production through the lens of Jackson’s shirt collection.