According to a Variety report, Disney is developing two stand-alone series based on Marvel characters Loki and Scarlet Witch, along with potentially giving superheroes who have not starred in solo movies their own shows.
And much like Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that saw Clark Gregg's Agent Phil Coulson make the jump from the big screen to the small screen, Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen are expected to reprise their roles in these forthcoming streaming shows. While these projects are still in the early stages, each series is expected to receive between six to eight episodes. The fiercest among the Dora Milaje, Okoye has had quite a bit of screen time considering when she was introduced into the MCU, and that's because we're all ready for even more, maybe with Shuri at her side. It is also being reported that Disney intends for the service to cost less than Netflix.
Variety is reporting that Disney is planning a roster of incredibly expensive Marvel series for its upcoming streaming service. Insiders stress the Avengers that have gotten their own movies like Iron Man and Captain America will not be featured in the series with the studios focusing on characters who have served as second tier characters in the MCU.
Variety reports that Disney is now in the process of working on a few new Marvel series that'll be premiering exclusively via their new streaming site. Unlike the Marvel shows over on Netflix, these shows will have Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige heavily involved and they will feature the actors that played the characters in the movies. Absolutely. Both Loki and Scarlet Witch have enough of a fan following to draw audiences in, and when you throw in the fact that Hiddleston and Olsen are reprising their roles, it sweetens the deal.
"I would love to [do a standalone], and I would love it to be House of M, which is a comic book series of The Vision and Scarlet Witch having a make-believe family".
Marvel and Disney have confirmed exactly none of this, but plans will begin to leak out more and more as Disney's late 2019 launch date approaches.