Wow, what a day! Disney+ Day, to be exact. The streaming platform’s fake corporate holiday gave us little on the Star Wars front except for that Kenobi sizzle reel, sadly. On the MCU front, however, we got a little bit more.
As part of the marketing extravaganza, the streaming platform released a 14-minute video that celebrated all things Marvel. The first eight minutes were an homage to past MCU Disney+ shows WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and What If…?.
The last six minutes or so, however, gave us an extended Hawkeye sequence and first looks at Moon Knight, She-Hulk, and Ms. Marvel.
Here’s a quick rundown of what the video holds:
We’ve already gotten a lot of teasers for Hawkeye (see here, here, and here for three previously dropped trailers). What we haven’t gotten, however, is an actual scene from the series… until now! Just before the nine-minute mark we get an uninterrupted sequence with Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) and Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) going on a car chase, replete with Christmas music, bad guys in tracksuits, and a fun repartee between the two archers. If that wasn’t enough, we also got some trailer-esque cuts before and after said scene, including a shot or two of Pizza Dog.
Next up was Moon Knight, starring a very disturbed Oscar Isaac as Marc Spector. “I can’t tell the difference between my waking life and dreams,” Isaac(?) says in an odd Cockney accent. We then get some quick shots of Isaac looking terrified and someone (Isaac, most likely) hacking away at some corpses. It looks dark and kind of messed up, which fits the comic the show is based on.
We also got some She-Hulk, starring Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters (aka She-Hulk). We get a few quick shots here as well, including her talking with Smart-Hulk and the two of them in ‘70s attire in what looks like an homage to the ‘70s Hulk television show.
Ms. Marvel also gets a first look, and we see Kamala Khan (newcomer Iman Vellani) suit up for the first time, albeit in a outfit similar to the DIY attire Holland’s Peter Parker had in his first appearance.
The video ends with some What If…? and Loki recognition (the series were both greenlit for a second season awhile back) as well as acknowledging that there will eventually be other future Marvel shows including I Am Groot, The Guardians of the Galaxy’s Holiday Special, Echo, an X-Men ’97 revival, an animated series called Spider-Man Freshman Year, Ironheart, Agatha: House of Harkness, Armor Wars, Marvel Zombies, and Secret Invasion.
Phew! That’s a lot of Marvel. The clip ends with a bunch of quick shots from the aforementioned shows, including a glimpse of Moon Knight’s costume, She-Hulk in a very fancy dress, and this shot of Hawkeye apparently entering the LARP-ing world:
We’ll have to wait years for some of these shows to make it onto the streaming platform. The first one up, however, is Hawkeye, which premieres on November 24, 2021.