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Disney+ Marvel Super Bowl 2020 Spot: Falcon And Winter Soldier, Loki, And WandaVision Footage Revealed

Phase 4 is going to be a wild ride.


During this year's Super Bowl, there were plenty of movie trailers during the evening. And with Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe right around the corner, Marvel revealed a quick glimpse into the world of the Disney+ original programming coming this year and beyond.

The Disney+ Marvel Super Bowl spot showed us a look at The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and Loki, which will begin rolling out on the streaming service this fall and will continue into 2021. Check out the trailer below.

In the video, three of the MCU TV shows are showcased. First up is The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which will chronicle Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes in a post-Captain America world as they deal with not only the return of Baron Zemo (of Captain America: Civil War fame) but the emergence of US Agent, a new character who will likely pose a threat to Sam Wilson's stake in the Captain America mantle. The clips shown in the promo gave us our first look at Sam Wilson throwing the shield, Zemo coming face-to-face with Bucky Barnes, and Bucky sporting his newly cut hair.

Next up is WandaVision, a self-described surrealist, "f***king bonkers" journey through the, uh, 1960s flavored sitcom life of Wanda Maximoff and Vision. If the clip is anything to be believed, it looks like we'll have a lot of wackiness to look forward to--including what may or may not be a pregnant Wanda. Fans of the comics will remember that Wanda and Vision are (strange as it may seem) the parents of two other Marvel characters, Billy Kaplan and Thomas Shepherd (don't worry too much about the last names for now), who become superheroes in their own rights.

Finally, we got a look at Loki, which features an alternate version of Loki from the Avengers timeline--that is, pre-change of heart, genocidal Loki who was still very much working for Thanos. We saw him flee the scene back in Avengers: Endgame during a kerfuffle with the Tesseract. In case you somehow forgot that this will not be cute, funny Thor: Ragnarok-era Loki, he proudly announces that he's going to burn this place to the ground in the clip. Yikes.

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, the first of the MCU Disney+ shows, is slated to hit the streaming service this fall. WandaVision follows later in the year, and Loki arrives in 2021.

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