‘Loki’: Have MCU Fans Been Spoiled With 2 New Disney+ Shows In a Row?

Actor Tom Hiddleston
Actor Tom Hiddleston | Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

RELATED: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Could Be More Popular if It Came Out Before WandaVision as Planned

While the MCU has run exclusively on the big screen for 23 straight films, the franchise’s small screen debut in 2021 with WandaVision thrilled audiences with TV that was just as intense as the high-budget blockbusters Marvel Studios usually delivers. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier followed up WandaVision’s success in March and was likewise a brilliant adaptation of the movie franchise to TV.

Marvel’s TV shows bring the excitement of the films in the franchise, but that’s not to say that they’re not a little different than the movies. At about 10 hours of total runtime, WandaVision offered fans a lot of character development and an extreme character study in mental illness that just wouldn’t have been possible in a movie. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier likewise used its significant screen time over the show to explore healing and complex social issues.

Though the new Disney+ shows still deliver the trademark, high-impact superhero action that the MCU is known for, they also offer a wealth of deeper character exploration. MCU movies tend to run pretty long compared to other movies, but most of the characters focused on in the Disney+ stories have been largely neglected in character development up to this plain in the franchise. Fans are overjoyed to get more exploration of favorite, yet neglected characters and conflicts surrounding weighty, relevant social issues have really elevated these past two shows above the normal pop-culture fare.

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‘Loki’ arrives this June

Like it did for much TV and film, 2020 brought unexpected delays to many Marvel Cinematic Universe properties, much to the dismay of eagerly waiting fans.

But 2021, however, has come out the gate strong with back-to-back amazing Disney+ releases for the superhero franchise. WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier have both wowed critics and audiences with intriguing storylines the introduction of new plots.

With the conclusion of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, fans are eagerly looking forward to Loki‘s release in June to continue the story of the MCU.

Some fans have begun to think they’ve been spoiled, however, with two great shows one after another. Some eager fans are going to find it difficult waiting a full month after the conclusion of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier to see Loki.

Two hits in a row for Marvel

Actor Tom Hiddleston | Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

RELATED: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Could Be More Popular if It Came Out Before WandaVision as Planned

While the MCU has run exclusively on the big screen for 23 straight films, the franchise’s small screen debut in 2021 with WandaVision thrilled audiences with TV that was just as intense as the high-budget blockbusters Marvel Studios usually delivers. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier followed up WandaVision’s success in March and was likewise a brilliant adaptation of the movie franchise to TV.

Marvel’s TV shows bring the excitement of the films in the franchise, but that’s not to say that they’re not a little different than the movies. At about 10 hours of total runtime, WandaVision offered fans a lot of character development and an extreme character study in mental illness that just wouldn’t have been possible in a movie. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier likewise used its significant screen time over the show to explore healing and complex social issues.

Though the new Disney+ shows still deliver the trademark, high-impact superhero action that the MCU is known for, they also offer a wealth of deeper character exploration. MCU movies tend to run pretty long compared to other movies, but most of the characters focused on in the Disney+ stories have been largely neglected in character development up to this plain in the franchise. Fans are overjoyed to get more exploration of favorite, yet neglected characters and conflicts surrounding weighty, relevant social issues

Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet

      

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