Marvel Studios’ first foray into Halloween specials Night werewolf was considered a success by fans and critics alike, and new MCU news may indicate that more Disney+ projects are on the way.
Michael Giacchino Night werewolf became an amazing new addition to the franchise’s Phase 4 series on Disney+. While it’s not for everyone, the Halloween Special still touched on a whole new corner of the MCU while introducing a slew of new characters like the titular werewolf, Man-Thing, and Elsa Bloodstone.
Given that Night werewolf only scratched the surface when exploring the MCU’s horror universe, expectations are high for Disney+ specials like this that deal with characters from that world.
Marvel News Reveals Special Halloween Updates
According to a recent Patreon post by entertainment insider Daniel Richtman, two more untitled Halloween specials, possibly for Disney+, are in the works at Marvel Studios.
This news is in line with a previous report by The Cosmic Circus about MCU Phases 5 and 6 introducing many new Marvel monsters after. Night werewolf.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige even teased that the world of monsters “It will eventually become very important” to the future of the MCU.
Which characters will appear in these specials?
It is not known which character will be introduced or further explored in the MCU’s next two Halloween specials. However, the possibilities are endless given Marvel’s vast roster of heroes and villains.
Night werewolf Executive producer Brian Gay previously confirmed that some of the monsters appearing in the special will “Get out again” although no final plans have been made for their return.
“Well, we don’t know exactly where they’re going to turn up next, the idea is that with this wide range of different types and species, they’re going to turn up again. You will see these guys. in different ways, of course.
That said, the next Halloween special could focus entirely on Man-Thing, especially after it was revealed that Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige was the first to pitch the character’s inclusion in the show. Furthermore, it can also act as a sequel night werewolf, Starring Jack Russell and Elsa Bloodstone.
The other Disney+ special could feature the likes of Ghost Rider, Mephisto, Magik, and even Dracula himself. This would allow for an expansion of the MCU’s world of monsters, while also providing opportunities for popular characters like Blade to appear and solidify this corner of the fictional world with the larger screen franchise.
Night werewolf airs on Disney+.