Disney Plus had its Investors Day 2020 event yesterday and revealed a ton of upcoming projects among financial data.
Here's a list of all the stuff that is coming out
Disney Plus Series and Animated series
-WandaVision, the first Marvel Studios show coming out on Disney Plus, got a new trailer ahead of its upcoming January 15th release date.
-The Falcon and the Winter Soldier also finally got a full trailer, along with a March release date.
-A first look at Loki, Disney’s highly anticipated short series based on Tom Hiddleston’s god of mischief character. The show also got a May 2021 release date.
-Hawkeye is premiering on Disney Plus in “late Fall 2021.” The studio also confirmed that Hailee Steinfeld will be appearing in the series.
-What If?, an animated series from Marvel Studios that features the voice acting cast of many Marvel Cinematic Universe stars, also got a new trailer that offered a first look at the upcoming series.
-Feige also announced three new series coming to Disney Plus: Ironheart, set to star Dominique Thorne engineering protégé Riri Williams; Armor Wars, which examines one of “Tony Stark’s biggest fears” and stars Don Cheadle, who is reprising his role as Colonel James “Rhodey” Rhodes; and Secret Invasion, the previously rumored Nick Fury-led series that will see Samuel L. Jackson reprise his role as the SHIELD director alongside Ben Mendelsohn’s Skull shapeshifter Talos. No release dates for the new projects were announced.
-Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige also gave some casting updates on the already announced Moon Knight, She-Hulk, and Ms. Marvel. Notably, Tatiana Maslany will play the lead role in She-Hulk, with Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner also set to appear, while Ms. Marvel star Iman Vellani’s Kamala Khan will appear in Captain Marvel 2. Feige noted that the shows will continue to interweave with the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe.
-Marvel Studios is working on a new Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special for Disney Plus, due out in 2022, that will be directed by James Gunn. The special will film alongside the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 3, also directed by Gunn and set for release in 2023. There’s also I Am Groot, a series of short films starring Groot.
-Disney Plus is getting two new Star Wars shows, both spinoffs of The Mandalorian: Rangers of the New Republic and Ahsoka. The three shows are planned to feature crossovers in the future, too
-Star Wars: The Bad Batch, an animated series about the Bad Batch of clones from The Clone Wars, will debut exclusively on Disney Plus
-Star Wars: Andor starring Rogue One’s Diego Luna is coming to Disney Plus in 2022
-The Acolyte, a new Star Wars series helmed by Russian Doll creator Leslye Headland, set in the “High Republic” era of the franchise, is coming to Disney Plus
-Hayden Christensen is returning as Darth Vader in Obi-Wan Kenobi
-A Droid Story, a new project for Disney Plus, will feature a new hero alongside R2-D2 and C-3PO
-Star Wars: Lando is a new ‘event series’ coming to Disney Plus
-Star Wars: Visions is an upcoming anime anthology series coming to Disney Plus
-Baymax!, a series based on Big Hero 6, is arriving in early 2022
-Zootopia Plus, a new series based on Zootopia, is hitting the streaming service in spring 2022
-Tiana, based on The Princess and The Frog, is premiering on Disney Plus in 2023
-A longform musical comedy series for Moana, hitting Disney Plus in 2023
-Encanto, a new movie set in Colombia with music written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, is in development
-Iwaju, an original longform series made in partnership with Kugali Media, is premiering on Disney Plus in 2022
-Disney is making a new Disney Plus spinoff movie starring the weasel character from the movie series, Buck. The movie, titled Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild, will star Simon Pegg as the voice of Buck. It’s premiering in early 2022.
-Feige confirmed that Black Panther 2 will not recast the late Chadwick Boseman’s King T’Challa. The film, set to be directed by Ryan Coogler, is still set for July 2022.
-A third Ant-Man film, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, is officially in development. Peyton Reed will return to direct, as will Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, and Michelle Pfeiffer. Quantumania will also introduce Jonathan Majors as Kang the Conqueror, one of Marvel’s biggest villains.
-Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness will tie in to both the upcoming Wandavision and Sony and Marvel’s third Spider-Man movie. The studio also confirmed that Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange will be appearing in the still unnamed Spider-Man sequel.
-Finally, Marvel Studios is developing a new Fantastic Four movie.
-Wonder Woman 1984’s Patty Jenkins will be directing the next Star Wars movie, Rogue Squadron, due out in December 2023.
-Disney also discussed the untitled Taika Waititi Star Wars movie, first announced in May, that had already been in development
-Raya and the Last Dragon premieres on March 5th, 2021 on Disney Plus via Premier Access and in theaters
-Luca, a movie set in Italy about a boy named Luca, will hit theaters in June 2021
-Lightyear, an origin story for Buzz Lightyear (who will be voiced by Chris Evans), is hitting theaters in summer 2022
-Turning Red, about a 13-year old girl going through puberty that transforms into a giant red panda when she gets excited, is in development
There are other projects in the pipeline as well which you can read at the source: https://www.theverge.com/2020/12/10/22167976/disney-investor-day-2020-biggest-announcements-plus-marvel-star-wars-pixar-animation
Due to the pandemic and all the projects coming up and running , the inevitable price hike increase for the service has been revealed to occur in March of 2021.
Disney Plus will raise its US subscription price by $1 to $8 a month in the US in March, Disney said Thursday as it unleashed a flood of news about its streaming services at a four-hour event. Disney laid out plans for as many as 20 new Marvel and Star Wars series, promised to let animation fans stream animated fantasy Raya and the Last Dragon the same day it hits theaters (for $30 extra), and revealed a new bundle that packages ad-free Hulu with Disney Plus and ESPN Plus for $19 a month.
With Disney Plus' success drawing in new subscribers like gangbusters and with that enormous budget looming, the service is raising prices for the first time since it launched about a year ago. The price of a US subscription is going up $1 to a $8 a month, with the annual plan jumping $10 to $80 a year; both hikes start March 26. In continental Europe, prices are going up by two euros to €9 a month, and it will be making similar price increases in Disney Plus' other markets.
Thankfully they didnt make subbers to pay the price hike starting now but new users starting March 2021 and current subbers who will renew the service next year will need to pay $79.99 for a year and $7.99 per month (for monthly subbers).
I'm currently on the yearly plan - paid $69.99 this year but some people got lucky and got a 3 year contract for $69.99 a year.