Disney Stops Production on Another Marvel Studios Show

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Due to the WGA writers’ strike, production on another MCU Disney+ project was delayed.

The association continues to battle for its members to obtain fair pay and other benefits, particularly in regard to streaming projects, and the campaign, which began on May 2, is still going strong.

There have been several picket lines that have affected the impending Marvel Studios projects, but just one has resulted in a project being shut down.

The award was given to Daredevil: Born Again, which was filming on Long Island, New York, on May 8 when work was briefly paused.

Wonder Man Shuts Down Production


Officially impacted by the WGA Writers Strike is a second Marvel Studios program that is scheduled to debut on Disney+.

Disney was reportedly forced to halt Wonder Man production for a week, according to Below the Line. It’s not clear if that refers to the current week or the one starting on May 8.

The picket lines had been a problem for Wonder Man’s Los Angeles production for a few weeks prior to this more noticeable closure.

The strike also halted pre-production for Blade earlier in the month in addition to Daredevil: Born Again and Wonder Man.

The Writers Strike Gets One Step Closer

The WGA Writers Strike has a justifiable cause, but the consequences it will have on the MCU won’t stop there, tragically.

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Captain America: New World Order and Agatha: Coven of Chaos, two ongoing television projects, are expected to do the same thing eventually.

Then, additional films that are close to production, like Deadpool 3 and Thunderbolts, will almost probably go Blade’s route.

The MCU will experience significant delays as a result of this cascading impact. Perhaps if or when Marvel Studios has their SDCC panel this summer, fans might anticipate getting their first peek at what that would be like.

Ironheart and Echo are two hypothetically droppable projects that the company is currently working on.

Disney+ is scheduled to debut Wonder Man around 2024 or 2025.

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