With the first batch of Marvel Studios series now officially released on Disney+, production on a future wave of Marvel Disney+ series is now kicking up a gear.
Both “Hawkeye” and “Ms Marvel” have already finished filming and “She-Hulk” is currently in the process of being film, but now some new information has recently been revealed on upcoming shows, with the working titles for “Ironheart” and “Echo” being revealed by The Cosmic Circus.
The working title for the upcoming “Ironheart” series has been revealed as “Wise Guy”. “Ironheart” was announced at Disney’s Investor Day event in December and stars Dominique Thorne as Riri Williams, a 15-year-old genius inventor who creates the most advanced suit of armour since Iron Man. The character was created in 2016 by writers Brian Michael Bendis, and artist Mike Deodato. There haven’t been any more details revealed about the upcoming “Ironheart” series and some have speculated that “Wise Guy” could be a reference to Tony Stark potentially being Ironheart’s AI, similar to how Tony created JARVIS.
And “Echo” is going by the working title of “Whole Branzino” and is a spin-off from the upcoming “Hawkeye” series, which is due to arrive on Disney+ later this year. Alaqua Cox will be playing “Echo” aka Maya Lopez, who has a similar ability to “Taskmaster”, where she can mimic other people’s moves. Branzino is the Italian word for a “European Bass” fish, which may be a reference to being a “big fish” like the Kingpin or it’s going to be set in Italy.
Usually, working titles are code names that give a small hint about the series, as they are mainly being used as a ruse to intentionally disguise the real name of a project when filming is underway or the official name hasn’t been finalised yet.
“WandaVision” had a working title of “Big Red”, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” was known as “Tag Team” and “Loki” had a working title of “Architect”.
“Echo” is set to go into production in January 2022, with “Ironheart” going into production in April 2022.
Are you looking forward to “Echo” and “Ironheart”?