Why Next Year’s Rumored MCU Werewolf Series Is a Must for Disney+

Disney+ has found a way to bite into the streaming service wars with some outstanding Emmy-nominated series and enough enjoyable content to make the service feel like a must-have. The streaming service also finds a way to take advantage of the holidays with fun specials but it’s clear that there is one holiday that Disney needs help bringing to life and that’s Halloween.

Trying to find good spooky content on Disney+ is almost as hard as trying to find competition shows. There’s just nothing there.

Yeah, we got a Lego Star Wars series titled Terrifying Tales but it was so boring I couldn’t finish it. And while the Muppets Haunted Mansion was legitimately enjoyable it was over with in one day. That leads me to the topic of this post.

A couple of months ago there was a rumor circling that next Halloween will be our first look at a spooky MCU series based on a popular comic series called Werewolf by Night. According to the rumors, the series will focus on a male Latino lead and apparently Anthony Ramos (Hamilton, In the Heights) is the actor that could be playing the lead.

The special may even feature a guest star appearance from Oscar Isaac’s Moon Knight who is known for taking on creepy characters. That would definitely be the spooky special Disney+ would need to make next October one to look forward to.

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I thank you for reading and I hope you have a great day.

One thought on “Why Next Year’s Rumored MCU Werewolf Series Is a Must for Disney+”

  1. One of the oddest, and surprisingly forgotten Spider-Man villains is the Man-Wolf, who was actually John Jameson, J. Jonah Jameson’s astronaut son. He found some kind of mystical gem on the moon that turned him into a werewolf-like creature. They had John Jameson in Spider-Man 2, and made him an astronaut, but never hinted that they would ever take his character in that direction. I think Man-Wolf stopped being used in the comics after not too long, so he became a weird relic of that period at Marvel in the 1970s that was full of horror and monster-inspired characters.

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