In September and October, She-Hulk and Moon Knight finally cast their lead characters, Jennifer Walker and Marc Spector. Cast as Bruce Banner's cousin, Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany was given the honor on behalf of She-Hulk. As for the Fist of Khonshu, in a shocking bit of casting, Marvel Studios was able to nab Star Wars actor Oscar Isaac for the role.
By the point both actors were cast, production for She-Hulk was reported to start in early 2021 but still left nothing for when Moon Knight would start. Over a week ago, it was reported by DiscussingFilm that Moon Knight would also begin production in early 2021.
The Direct previously reported that She-Hulk would begin production in February 2021, but The Hollywood Reporter has reported that production will begin at a slightly later date, along with a more specific production start for Moon Knight.
Snuck into an expansive report from The Hollywood Reporter about Black Panther II and various other Marvel Studios productions was the mention that shooting for both She-Hulk and Moon Knight will begin in March 2021.
"In March, the Feige-run studio begins production on both She-Hulk, starring Tatiana Maslany, and Oscar Isaac’s Moon Knight."
WHAT THIS MEANS
Just the other day, it was reported that Black Panther II would start rolling cameras in July 2021. Now, the updated production start for She-Hulk has been revealed, which seems to have been delayed by one month. Additionally, fans now know that Moon Knight will be filming around the same time, but in Budapest.
Fans have recently received new updates about the productions for Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, and Moon Knight, which showed Marvel Studios recovering quite well after previous production delays due to the ongoing pandemic. Hawkeye and its actors are preparing for shooting while still having avoided anyone knowing who Kate Bishop will be, although fans might have a pretty good idea.
Jeremy Renner isn't the only one getting ready to film, as Chris Hemsworth posted evidence of his own training for Thor: Love and Thunder, shooting in January. Lastly, Ant-Man 3 is expected to begin filming next year. This leaves Captain Marvel 2 and Blade as the only officially announced projects without any known production starting dates.
Regardless of the details, the next two years for Marvel Studios look to be absolutely packed to the brim with content for fans and audiences to enjoy.