By Stephen Ippolito | August 7th, 2020
Last month, we heard that production for Loki and The Falcon and Winter Soldier would resume filming in Atlanta sometime in August. Now it appears that we are moving closer to that happening. According to Murphy’s Multiverse, crew members for both have arrived in the southern city, with the intent of beginning shooting in late August or early September. Crews working on the upcoming Hawkeye series have also arrived but won’t begin filming until October.
As everyone knows, Falcon and Winter Soldier was originally supposed to be released on Disney+ in late August. But after production was shut down in March and not able to start up again, it was forced to be pushed back to a yet to be announced date. As for Loki (Spring 2021) and Hawkeye (Fall 2021), they both have the luxury of time and are still expected to be ready for their intended release dates.
If the report is accurate, it’s good to hear Marvel Studios getting things going again. Anticipation for the first slate of shows to take place in MCU is growing by the month. On Tuesday, during Disney’s quarterly earnings call, CEO Bob Chapek praised the footage he had seen so far by calling it “fabulous.” He also said that the company would be holding an Investor Day sometime in the fall to show off the shows and others coming to their booming streaming service.