Every Disney MCU and Star Wars Trailer Released Today

Disney held its semi-annual D23 event this weekend, featuring a slew of trailers, teasers, and short cutscenes from all things Disney coming this year and next. Special attention has been given to upcoming shows and movies to Disney Plus and new entries in star Wars and Marvel franchises.

A ticket and a personal presence was required to see some of the coolest quick previews, which means you’ll likely have to wait to get your first look at iron heartAnd the Indiana JonesAnd the or Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. But the company still took time to drop some teasers and trailers for the rest of us.


The sequel to the 1988 movie about a wizard in whom few believe, but who saves the world from an evil witch with the help of a child, a sorceress turned goat, a swordsman, two brownies, and a princess, gets a new trailer that shows more of the plot. Likes Dragon House And the Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power, This seems like a pretty big epic fantasy. But unlike those shows, it looks like this one is going to have a lot of humor. willow Premieres on Disney Plus on November 30.

Star Wars: Andor

Introduction to Really Excellent rogue one Finally got another trailer with a lot of plot. All the anxiety and misery will surely prepare you for a show about people condemned to death. Star Wars: Andor Premiere on September 21st.

Star Wars: Jedi Tales

While Disney had plenty of live shows to show off, it also took the time to give us a trailer for the animated anthology series, My grandfather’s tales. The show includes episodes focusing on Ahsoka’s training and the rise (and possibly fall) of Count Dooku. All six episodes will begin streaming on Disney Plus on October 26.

The Mandalorian

finally! Two years later, we got another season of The Mandalorian. This teaser trailer was light on plot but shows the Mandalorian reunion with his adopted son, Grogo, and much of the action involved else The Mandalorian as Bo-Katan (played by Katee Sackhoff). The Mandalorian It returns for a third season in February 2023.

secret invasion

Samuel L. Jackson returns to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in secret invasion. It’s a loose adaptation of the big Marvel comic book that finds Earth invaded by shape-shifting aliens. Jackson is back as Nick Fury, joined by returning characters Talos (Ben Mendelsohn), Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders), and Everett K. Ross (Martin Freeman) and James “Rudy” Rhodes (Don Cheadle). Olivia Colman also appears in the trailer. The six-part limited series is scheduled to premiere in 2023.

And speaking of Don Cheadle, Disney finally announced that his character, Rudy, will finally get his long-rumored Disney Plus series, armor wars.

werewolf at night

Marvel offered a black and white trailer for its profile werewolf at night Special, which stars Gael Garcia Bernal as the Lacanian protagonist, Jack Russell. The trailer also gives us a first – albeit brief – glimpse at Man-Thing. We don’t know much about the premise of the special yet, but it debuted on Disney Plus on October 7, just in time for Halloween.

Strong woman

Marvel debuted Strong woman Yesterday’s trailer shows what the store has in store for the rest of the season, with Daredevil (who also appeared at the event teasing his return from Disney Plus, born again) Make a guest appearance at the end. New episodes of Strong woman Streaming live on Disney Plus every Thursday.


While Marvel isn’t an official trailer, it’s revealed the cast for 2024 Lightning. The film, which follows a group of reformed super villains, stars David Harbor (The Red Guardian), Olga Kurylenko (Task Manager), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Fontaine), Florence Bui (Yelena), Hannah John Carmen (The Ghost), Wyatt Russell (US Agent), and Sebastian Stan (Bucky Barnes).

The Fantastic Four

Marvel gave us the release date the next day The Fantastic Fourwhich is scheduled to premiere on November 8, 2024. Details about the cast are still lacking, although we know that Matt Shukman, who directed WandaVisionHe will act as the director of this next movie The passing of John Watts in April. We’ll have to wait until D23 next year to find out more, said Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios.

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