After a year with no Marvel (and not that much Star Wars), Disney is gearing up for a huge 2021.
Here's every single show and movie coming next year from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and that galaxy far away...
The MCU returns with WandaVision, a trippy sitcom parody that could have huge implications for the future of the multiverse.
Steve Rogers might be gone, but the legend of Captain America will live on in this Disney+ show featuring his BFFs Bucky Barnes and Sam Wilson.
Scarlett Johanson is finally getting the Marvel solo movie she always deserved — even if it comes after her death in Avengers: Endgame.
The trickster god returns in a mind-bending new adventure that's half time travel caper and half procedural drama.
Simu Liu stars in this highly anticipated Marvel movie, featuring an all-star Asian cast.
This animated series will explore a multiverse of alternate realities from zombie Avengers to a story where T'Challah becomes Star-Lord, featuring the voices of all your favorite MCU actors.
Marvel's millennia-spanning epic featuring a star-studded new superhero team.
Marvel's favorite sharpshooter returns in a Disney+ series that will introduce the world to Kate Bishop, Hawkeye's successor played by Hailee Steinfeld.
The next entry in The Mandalorian saga, this Boba spinoff stars Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen.
Kamala Khan joins the MCU in this Disney+ series with direct connections to Captain Marvel 2.
The Clone Wars series finale aired in early 2020, but the CGI cartoon is getting a spinoff in 2021 starring a platoon of "imperfect" clones. Think The A-Team meets Star Wars.
This 10-episode anthology will show Star Wars in a new light through the perspective of various Japanese anime creators.
Prepare to join R2-D2 and C-3PO on a secret mission in this animated series.
Everyone's favorite Star Wars dad wasn't included in Disney's official 2021 lineup, but we're expecting Mando to return in early 2022.