Secret Invasion from Marvel Studios sets a date for its Disney+ release
Marvel Studios has finally set a release date for Secret Invasion, Samuel L. Jackson and Emilia Clarke’s new Disney+ superhero series, and its sooner than expected.
Secret Invasion, Marvel Studios’ next series on Disney+, has finally got a release date on the popular streaming platform. As reported by ComicBook, The date was accidentally published by Disney themselves. All in all, the comic book adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Lenil Francis Yu in which the Skrulls manage to infiltrate the ranks of Marvel superheroes, will land on Disney+ on June 21, 2023.
The Skrulls are coming to Disney+ in time for summer
With the return of Bob Iger to Disney and the company's new strategy to favor quality over quantity, a date has finally been set for the new MCU TV show on Disney+, the first of phase 5. When Secret Invasion comes out, they will have spent a whopping eight months between the end of She-Hulk and the start of Secret Invasion, a record for Marvel Studios, since the longest gap so far was three months, specifically, between the end of Hawkeye and the start of Moon Knight.
The unwritten rule so far was to leave a gap of one or two months between series, although the shortest time between series in the MCU occurred between the end of Wandavision and the start of Falcon and the Winter Soldier, with only two weeks between them. It seems clear that Disney's new strategy is beginning to bear fruit.
Secret Invasion is a series by Kyle Bradstreet (Mr. Robot) with directors like Thomas Bezucha and Ali Selim. Its cast boasts names like Samuel L. Jackson, Emilia Clarke, Olivia Coleman, Martin Freeman, and Cobie Smulders. This time it will go well beyond the original comic to focus on Nick Fury's investigation of a Skrull infiltration in high places on Earth.
Source | ComicBook
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