Kevin Feige confirms 'Ms. Marvel', 'Moon Knight' and 'She-Hulk' series for Disney+

Hanna Flint
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The full MCU Disney+ series line-up revealed (Credit: Hanna Flint)

Disney hosted its Disney+ presentation at the annual D23 Expo and revealed some major news about its upcoming series.

Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige confirmed three new MCU series coming to the new streaming service: Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight and She-Hulk.

Ms. Marvel will appear in her own TV show as well as the movies and will have British comedian and writer Bisha K. Ali as its showrunner.

It was also revealed that WandaVision, starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, will be a sitcom inspired by The Dick Van Dyke Show and welcomes Thor character Darcy Lewis (Kat Dennings) Ant-Man and the Wasp’s Jimmy Woo (Randall Park) as supporting stars.

Captain Carter in What If? (Credit: Hanna Flint)

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Kathryn Hahn also joins the cast as a “nosy neighbour.”

Emily VanCamp is back as Sharon Carter in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier which will also see Wyatt Russell joining as John Walker.

There was also exclusive footage shown of the What If? animated series that takes the 23 MCU movies and reimagines them if one thing was different.

In one episode it will see Peggy Carter injected with the super serum and become Captain Carter. Her costume will feature the Union Jack in a big way as she goes on adventures and the series will also see Steve Rogers too.

Guardians of the Galaxy will also be featured with a black Star-Lord as well as The Winter Soldier fighting a zombie Captain America.

Feige confirmed that nearly every MCU cast member will lend their voices to the animated series.

The Loki series is set right after he escapes with the tesseract in the 2012 in Avengers: Endgame and his adventures will be explore over 6 hours.

It will also see Loki maybe getting a new friend though Feige kept a lot under wraps.

None of the Marvel live-action series have begun filming as of yet.

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Other news that was confirmed is a new series of Lizzie Maguire featuring Hillary Duff back as the title character as well as a Christmas movie called Noelle starring Anna Kendrick, Bill Hader and Billy Eichner.

Disney+ will have the entire Pixar library, the entire collection of animated Disney classics from the vault, MCU and Star Wars, Moana and Frozen, live-action films and thousands of hours of Disney Channel series and movies.

Disney+ begins streaming from November 12 in the US. The UK date has not been revealed.

Keep posted to Yahoo Movies UK for extensive updates from D23 Expo over the next few days.