Marvel Studios isn't done with their Disney+ streaming shows. Kevin Feige came out at D23 today to announce that they are developing a She-Hulk series, a Moon Knight series, and confirmed the Ms. Marvel series all at the same time. If that wasn't enough, he was also on hand to shed more light on the already-announced shows, which are set to begin production this fall. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to get a lot bigger and it looks like Disney+ is going to be the way to experience all of it.

Kevin Feige did not reveal cast members for the She-Hulk or Moon Knight shows. Details are scarce at the moment, but Marvel Studios and Disney are really going to have their hands full over the next few years. Maybe Sony was right about Feige not having a whole lot of time on his hands to attend to the Spider-Man franchise. Regardless, this is huge news for Marvel fans who have been waiting for some good news this week.

She-Hulk is Jennifer Walters in the comics and she is the cousin of Bruce Banner, who was given her gamma powers by a life-saving blood transfusion. However, she is does not lose her mind when she turns into her alter ego, which is a lot different than her cousin who used to have a problem with that before going full Smart Hulk in Avengers: Endgame. As for Moon Knight, many fans were hoping Keanu Reeves would be taking on that role after Kevin Smith floated the idea to the Russo Brothers. He could still take on the role, we just don't have the information at this time.

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Kevin Feige also shed light on Marvel's What If...? animated series while speaking at the D23 Expo and brought out Peggy Carter star Hayley Atwell to discuss the exciting new series. They showed a brief clip and then revealed that nearly all of the original MCU cast members are lending their voices to the show, which got a pretty huge reaction from the already enthusiastic crowd. It's hard to believe Marvel Studios had anything left in them after Comic-Con, but they did.

Disney+ packages start at a reasonable low price of $6.99 a month, or $69.99 a year. This gives them a leg up on the competition and makes up for the fact that they will only have a fraction of the titles as say, Netflix, who are their biggest competitor at the moment. The upcoming streaming service will be available on all of Apple's devices, including the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV, along with Google devices, including Android phones, Android TV hardware and Chromecast. In addition, Microsoft Xbox One, PS4, and Roku users will all have access to Disney+. Amazon will not have the service available. We'll have to keep looking to Marvel Studios for further announcements in regard to their Disney+ shows.

Kevin Burwick