Sandler’s Hubie diclined the Infinity Saga bluster!

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Amongst all of the new originals arriving in October, nothing is as highly-anticipated as the second season of Star Wars: The Mandalorian. The first season helped launch Disney+ last year and quickly became one of the most popular TV shows in the country, and the second installment will be making its long-awaited debut on October 30th.

Netflix is set to release a bunch of new original titles, as usual. Adam Sandler’s Hubie Halloween is on its way to the service this month, along with The Trial of the Chicago 7, Over the Moon, The Haunting of Bly Manor and a new batch of Unsolved Mysteries episodes.

If you’re hoping for some more horror-centric content, Amazon Prime Video is debuting four original films from Blumhouse in the first two weeks of October.

Marvel’s MCU Phase 4 will debut with WandaVision at some point in late November or early December. That’s a stark departure from Marvel’s initial plans for 2020, which included two movies (Black Widow and The Eternals) and at least two TV shows (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and WandaVision). Black Widow is now delayed to May 2021 because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, and all the other films have been pushed back. The novel coronavirus pandemic forced Disney to halt production on all shows including The Falcon and the Winter Soldier as well as Loki, and there’s no telling when they will launch on Disney+. We already have reason to believe that Falcon can’t premiere before Black Widow, as the events in Phase 4 might need to be released in a specific order.

A few days ago, we learned that Tatiana Maslany was cast as Jennifer Walters, or She-Hulk, for the upcoming Disney+ series of the same name. As we explained before, Phase 4 is a rebuilding stage for Marvel. New superheroes will be introduced to replace the dead or retired Avengers from the Infinity Saga. Marvel will also bring new villains to the MCU, including the next-massive threat to pick up where Thanos left off. The X-Men will likely be teased in one way or another in the coming films and TV series, and let’s not forget that Fantastic Four is confirmed for a reboot.