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Here are the original Marvel shows, both old and new, that you can watch on Disney Plus, as well as what to anticipate if you’re venturing into these realms for the first time.

The release of “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” a billion-dollar-grossing film, in December provided a strong indication that Netflix’s long-running superhero episodes would be included in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after all.

Charlie Cox, who plays blind superhero/lawyer Matt Murdock on Netflix’s “Daredevil,” made a quick but amusing appearance. His entrance, along with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, validated what the Netflix programs had hinted at: that they were in the same neighborhood as the MCU’s Avengers.

You can now see Netflix’s erstwhile Marvel heroes on the same platform as the Avengers. “Daredevil,” “Jessica Jones,” “Luke Cage,” “Iron Fist,” “The Defenders,” and “The Punisher” have officially departed Netflix and joined ABC’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” on Disney Plus on Wednesday. Disney Plus becomes the one-stop shop for every Marvel program that ever mattered, which may be significant if you’re a comic book entertainment fan wanting to save money on streaming.

Is this to say that Netflix’s erstwhile Marvel heroes are now officially MCU-approved? One Cox cameo in a Spider-Man film does not constitute a pattern, and only Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige knows if Daredevil and the Defenders will reappear, but getting your Mickey Mouse ears is a good start.

Here are the original Marvel shows, both old and new, that you can watch on Disney Plus, as well as what to anticipate if you’re venturing into these realms for the first time.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” was created to bring the MCU buzz to network television. It’s debatable whether that happened, given the noticeable lack of MCU stars from the movies, but it’s a Marvel show at heart, with a few classic villains and the intense likability factor of Clark Gregg as Agent Phil Coulson leading the way.

Daredevil

Matt Murdock (Cox) was blinded as a youngster in a rare event that heightened his residual senses, letting him to see without seeing due to improved radarlike skills. At day, he’s a lawyer, but by night, he’s the vigilante Daredevil in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen, tracking down anybody who threatens his city. In that battle, he faces the Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio), New York’s top mafia leader, bringing to life one of comic book culture’s most famous rivalries. Netflix’s Marvel programs were renowned for their legendary hallway combat sequences, and the very first one in Season 1, Episode 2 of “Daredevil” is a Marvel classic.

Jessica Jones

Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) is a former superhero who now works as a private investigator. She juggles her bond with Luke Cage (Mike Colter) with her struggle for survival against Kilgrave (David Tennant), a monster whose mental abilities render her extraordinary strength worthless. This might be Marvel’s most adult series, made when Netflix didn’t have to adhere to the MCU’s general PG-13 rating. This series has a lot of sex and cursing, so keep an eye out for new ratings warnings.

Luke Cage

After a fluke accident in jail, Luke Cage (Colter) obtains bulletproof skin and super-strength, which comes in useful when he faces up against two of the most merciless villains ever presented in the live-action Marvel universe: Cottonmouth (Mahershala Ali) and Black Mariah (Alfre Woodard). Colter’s Cage was the most renowned Black Marvel superhero in live action until Anthony Mackie became Captain America and “Black Panther” broke box office records.

Iron Fist

“Iron Fist” is maybe Marvel’s least-noticed Netflix program. Coming home as a martial arts expert after the world believed he died as a youngster never seemed quite right for Finn Jones. The program went to great lengths to keep Jones out of his immensely famous superhero costume from the comics, and he was sometimes overshadowed by the villains and a love interest who deserved to be the one genuine Iron Fist.

The Defenders

“The Defenders” is the show for you if you loved “Daredevil,” “Jessica Jones,” “Luke Cage,” and “Iron Fist” (or even if you didn’t like “Iron Fist”) and want to see them join up in Avengers-style manner. It’s the street-level, lower-stakes version of the MCU’s keep-it-all-connected approach, in which its characters routinely cross paths on-screen.

The Punisher

Marvel’s most brutal character has always been The Punisher. By a long shot. And this series, starring Jon Bernthal, lives up to the hype. He portrays Frank Castle, a man who loses his family to violence and embarks on a lethal crusade against the different forms of evil that stole them away. After many unsuccessful efforts at portraying the Punisher in films, Bernthal’s portrayal as the Punisher is definitive. If the role is ever called upon again, perhaps Feige has Bernthal’s phone number on hand.

WandaVision

No Disney Plus/Marvel series has produced as many memes as “WandaVision.” The Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) are two Avengers who transition from supporting roles in Thanos’ battle to becoming the superheroes at the heart of a mystery in the series. The supposed-dead Vision is still alive and trapped in a magical universe created by Wanda’s abilities and influenced by numerous historical sorts of television broadcasts. The dark story of how Wanda’s made-for-TV world came to be lurks below the cheerful family entertainment surface. Is Wanda the genuine antagonist of this story? Is it the scene-stealing Agnes (Kathryn Hahn) who deserves that honor?

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

Captain America’s throne is up for grabs. Cap’s chosen successor, Falcon/Sam Wilson (Mackie), does not believe he is up to the role. The government agrees and a rogue-when-necessary soldier, John Walker (Wyatt Russell), is assigned as Captain America for a new generation. The shield is swiftly discovered to be in the wrong hands, and Bucky/the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) must persuade Sam that he is the genuine heir to Captain America while fighting by his side in the most “Lethal Weapon” manner imaginable. This series does not address race as thoroughly as the Marvel “Truth: Red, White, and Black” comic books on which it is based, which presented the world to the first genuine Captain America, a Black man called Isaiah Bradley. Carl Lumbly’s poignant portrayal as Bradley, and Mackie’s ultimate transformation into Marvel’s first live-action Black Captain America, combine for a historic occasion.

Loki 

Loki (Tom Hiddleston), the original MCU bad villain and annoying adopted brother of the Mighty Thor, perished at Thanos’ hands in “Avengers: Infinity War,” but was resurrected by a time-travel error in “Avengers: Endgame.” Someone who does not die when they should informs the TVA (Time Variance Authority), an institution tasked with ensuring the integrity of all timelines across the cosmos. There are so many alternate-universe Lokis wreaking havoc throughout time that the TVA determines the original Loki would be a good agent to get into the thoughts of the variations and assist them track them down.

What If … ?

The first animated series from Marvel Studios sets its characters in alternate-reality circumstances. What if Steve Rogers never became Captain America, but his girlfriend, Peggy Carter, became a British super soldier? What if Thor drank too much? What if the Black Panther never ascended to the throne of Wakanda and instead travelled the universe alongside the Guardians of the Galaxy? With Marvel movies now dealing with the concept of a multiverse (which was previously addressed in “Loki”), it’s feasible that some of these animation parallel realms may be seen in live-action. The cruel and callous Doctor Strange from Episode 4 may appear in the live-action sequel “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” which will be released in cinemas this May.

Hawkeye 

Hawkeye/Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner), the Avenger without abilities, gets his own show as he mourns the death of his closest friend and companion, the Black Widow. When Hawkeye’s history as a vigilante catches up with him, a holiday vacation in New York with his three children turns into a top-secret operation. He’s also compelled to work with a sidekick, Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld), who worships the ground he walks on and may be a superior archer, if not a future Young Avenger. Hawkeye’s quiver of trick arrows lives up to the hype in this series, much more so than in the Avengers films.

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Marvel studios wanted Tiger Shorff to play SpiderMan

Tiger Shroff, an actor, claimed that when he applied for the Spider-Man part, he pitched Marvel with the idea that they could save a lot of money on the visual effects because he could perform many of the stunts themselves in front of the camera. He also stated that he aspires to be a global superstar like Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee because there hasn’t been one in a long time, especially in the action field.

The actor discussed his desire to work in Hollywood during an interview with Connect FM Canada, adding that he had had some promising chats about it. He claimed to have had the privilege of meeting several illustrious locals, and they all seemed to be pretty interested in what he does. There hasn’t been a crossover action hero since Jackie Chan.

Tiger Shorff had previously mentioned going to Hollywood auditions for projects, but during this conversation he revealed for the first time that one of those projects was Spider-Man. He claimed that after sending them his audition tapes for Spider-Man, they were incredibly impressed. The actor from Student of the Year 2 pitched them on how he could have performed many of the stunts personally, just like Spider-Man, saving them a lot of money on the visual effects. I came very, very close to taking part in that.

The actor’s subsequent film appearance will be in Ganapath.

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Will Aldrich Killian from Iron Man 3 Return to the MCU? Do you remember him?

Guy Pearce, who plays Aldrich Killian in Iron Man 3, affirms that he hasn’t given up hope that the character will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Killian Aldrich’s return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe is still a possibility, according to Iron Man 3 actor Guy Pearce.

Pearce talked about the future of his evil character in an interview with ComicBook.com. He responded:

“I can’t say. “I’m still waiting for Marvel to respond to my email. I’ll let you know even though it’s been a while. Actually, I haven’t [heard from the studio], so no. In light of what happened to Aldrich Killian at the end of Iron Man 3, I’ve probably just written the notion off, but in those universes, pretty much anything is possible, and yet I haven’t heard from anyone at Marvel. In light of this, I’m not sure if it’s in the works, but who knows.”

Despite Killian’s apparent demise in the pivotal battle of Iron Man 3, the Australian actor has often expressed interest in making a comeback in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Pearce has made it plain that he does not believe that Killian’s severe wounds from that movie are sufficient to render him permanently disabled, citing the creator of A.I.M.’s extraordinary regeneration talents as evidence that he may have lived. The future plans for Killian have not yet been made public by Marvel Studios, and Pearce is not currently involved in any MCU projects.

A Favorite Character of Fans Was Nearly Killed Off in Iron Man 3.

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Although the only significant character to pass away in Iron Man 3 was Aldrich Killian, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has previously stated that this wasn’t always the case. Feige revealed that until actor Jon Favreau successfully lobbied for him to be spared, Tony Stark’s loyal head of security Happy Hogan was also expected to leave the franchise. At that moment, Favreau added, “It’s true, it’s true.” “They made accommodations, and I’m thrilled to have been a part of this and to have been there alongside [Spider-Man actor] Tom Holland from the start,” she said.

Iron Man 3 still had a lot of surprises for viewers, even without Happy’s death sequence. A notable story point that Feige continues to support is the movie’s introduction of a false version of the legendary Marvel villain The Mandarin. He said, “[Iron Man 3 director] Shane Black came up with this hilarious twist that we enjoy to this day, and [Mandarin] turned out to be Trevor Slattery in his film and his script that he co-wrote.” “Just because that version wasn’t true doesn’t mean the Ten Rings organization doesn’t have a leader, and we first meet that leader in Shang-Chi.”

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Doctor Strange 2 : Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Deleted Fight Scene – FanArt

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness stunned fans straight away by revealing that the Scarlet Witch will be the film’s principal adversary. This res

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness stunned fans straight away by revealing that the Scarlet Witch will be the film’s principal adversary. This resulted in some really fantastic battle sequences between the MCU’s two most powerful magic-wielders, but there’s been a lot of talk about more of it appearing in deleted scenes.

The majority of that attention has been focused on the sequel’s abandoned opening scene, in which Wanda Maximoff would have killed Earth-616’s Baron Mordo. She would have decapitated him and gave Strange the severed head when they first met at the farm, leaving little mistake about who Strange would face during Doctor Strange 2.

Over the last several months, concept art has also hinted more deleted sequences, including a flashback to Strange losing his sister at the lake and a tease showing the wicked Nightmare in action. Fans can now see more deleted Scarlet Witch action, which would have pitted her against Strange once again early in the Multiversal sequel.

Doctor Strange 2’s Deleted Scarlet Witch Battle Illustrator David Allcock released a collection of storyboard drawings including a previously uncovered deleted sequence from Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness through Twitter user @itsjustanx. This scenario would have pitted Doctor Strange against the Scarlet Witch as Strange and America Chavez jumped across the Multiverse after leaving Kamar-Taj.

Strange uses his magic to free Chavez from the Scarlet Witch’s grasp while Chavez opens one of her star portals.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

The scene when Chavez falls through with the blue light from her portal around her in-frame seems very similar to what appeared in the final cut of the film.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

It would have had the Scarlet Witch really pursue Strange and Chavez into the star gate, employing images similar to those seen before when the villain was pushing through mirrors.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

Along with Wanda pursuing the heroic team, they would have encountered other demons while traversing the Multiverse. There was even a chance they’d run across one of the more sinister Strange Variants, akin to how Earth-616’s good doctor confronted Sinister Strange at the conclusion of the narrative.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

As the Scarlet Witch pursued Strange and Chavez, she would release more of her actual power, which she had garnered while delving into the pages of the Darkhold.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

In her chase, the villain would have seized Chavez by the wrist, however it’s uncertain whether the action would have progressed as it did in the final edit of Doctor Strange 2.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

Marvel Parallels Avoided With Deleted Scene?

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

With Doctor Strange 2 clocking in at little over two hours, it’s hardly unexpected that so many deleted scenes and concept art have been published now that the film has come and gone. This sequence would have certainly added a couple of minutes to the running length, although it’s unclear whether it would have come with the universe-jumping scene or taken its place entirely.

Furthermore, given Marvel’s vast history, this deleted battle has some resemblance to another sequence seen by fans in 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok, which starred Thor, Loki, and Hela. This three got into a similar brawl when Loki summoned the Bifrost to transport him and Thor to Asgard, prompting Hela to leap in and fling them over the rainbow bridge into the uncharted realms of space.

In the end, it looks that this confrontation between Doctor Strange and the Scarlet Witch was never even pre-visualized, since this is the first time fans have seen this scene shown in public. While it would have undoubtedly provided another fantastic combat scene to the already packed film, leaving it out maintained some of the emphasis on Strange and America as they began their first journey across the Multiverse.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now available to watch on Disney+.

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