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Although the Infinity Saga came to a close earlier this year with Avengers: Endgame, we obviously haven't seen the last of several of our favorite characters. Many Avengers will soon be venturing to the small screen for limited series on Disney+, Disney's streaming service that is launching in November, and they all took turns teasing their new projects during Marvel's panel in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday. Here is what we learned about all of them.
Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie are reprising their roles of Bucky Barnes and Sam Wilson for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which better be a buddy comedy or we're all going to riot. They will be joined by Captain America: Civil War's Daniel Bruhl, as Zemo was teased in the short footage that was shown at the panel.
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The series will be the first of the MCU shows to premiere on the streaming service, making its debut in the fall of 2020. And the logo for the show, which you can see above, now features a certain shield, because as you're probably aware if you're reading this, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) handed over his iconic shield to Sam, and thus passed on the title of Captain America, in the final moments of Endgame.
Marvel is also developing a Loki-centered series starring Tom Hiddleston that will hit the streaming service in spring 2021. Although the fan-favorite god of mischief met his demise at the hands of Thanos in Endgame, as we also know, a different version of Loki escaped with the Tesseract in the year 2012, and that's who we will be following in the new series.
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