Moon Knight and She-Hulk are getting their own Disney+ series.
Disney’s upcoming subscription streaming service is out in full force this week, as the Disney 13 Expo unveils new trailers and casting news for its original shows, including Star Wars’ The Mandalorian. While the MCU continues to be a major building block for Disney+, with existing secondary characters getting their own solo outings, the House of Mouse is evidently also looking to launch lesser known heroes on the small screen, with two character series announced today: Moon Knight and She-Hulk.
The story centres on former boxer and US marine Marc Spector, who finds himself offered up to an ancient god after a mission in Egypt went wrong and left him for dead. Given a second life, he struggles with multiple personalities and amoral inclinations to fight on against all odds as the cloaked avenger Moon Knight.
She-Hulk, who has been rumoured to make a screen debut for some time, is a lawyer in day-to-day life called Jennifer Walters. A cousin of Bruce Banner in the comics, she is Gamma-transformed into a similar green machine, but balances that strength with her super wit and confidence, fighting superheroic law cases in the courts – think Banner at the end of Avengers: Endgame.