Animated 'X-Men, / #339 - %Spider-Man,/#539,,&/spy,-#439 and/or 'Marvel Zombies' senior Announced for Disney Plus
The X-Men are back just not in live action.
Marvel Studios announced on Friday that the company is expanding its animated series for Disney Plus with three new shows: X-Men '97, Spider-Man: Freshman Year and Marvel Zombies.
After the Marvel movie franchise bought 20th Century Fox in 2019, and the movie "X-Men" became popular with the poorly received Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants, many observers expected that Marvel Studios would reboot the XMn and reintegrate the characters back into the US.
After the release of the X-Men animated series that debuted in primetime before the beginning of 2000, the company is rethinking its own origin story: The X/Me 97 was a long time success for the 20th Century Fox network, and it became recognizable in the first half of its first year at the time: it will be based on the 1990s success of the tv show that was widely credited for enabling the modern era of superhero cinema
The show is set to premiere in 2023.
This show follows Peter Parker's journey to becoming Spider-Man within the MCU, suggesting that it might be a perfect opportunity to evade this Peters origin story, whereas live-action movies with Tom Holland bypassed completely.
Jeff Trammel, writer and actor on Cartoon Network, Craig of the Creek is the headwriter.
The second season of the first animated series What if? Developed by the idea that the alternate universe premise is the apocalypse of epoch with the original author of The Marvel Universe, the limited series written by Robert Kirkman and created by Sean Phillips, began in 2005 when all the Avengers become zombies. In addition, he was able to send spiry Thanos to the next frightened and thus reclaim the universe.
What If...? director Bryan Andrews will direct the new series, with alum Zeb Wells being the head writer. The cure is the place, they will find it out.)
The three new series, along with Season 2 of What If... and the Guardians of the Galaxy spin-off I Am Groot, mark the first wave of animated shows from Marvel Studios. In August, whatif... announced the new addition of multiple animated series for Disney Plus, led to the discovery that animation afforded a wider array of storytelling opportunities impossible in live action.
You wouldn't have a humbling desire to do that, Winderbaum said. Any project that we create is going to be something that needs to go on with the story, to tell it, in order to not do it, Windnerbaum added. There's very little desire for whoever is creating the project and making if it'll be the same thing as he is, so we shouldn've gotten it to the end of the work, Windersbaum says.