Disney has shown for the first time the official logo of the series about Falcon and the Winter Soldier that will be broadcast on their new streaming service.
During the presentation of its new streaming service to investors, Disney has shown the official logo of one of its exclusive series, Winter Soldier and Hawk.
The rumor about this production had been released by Variety in October last year. However, it is the first time the studio officially confirms the original series that will be co-starring Anthony Mackie (Falcon) and Sebastian Stan (Winter Soldier) and aired on their new Disney+platform.
The logo was revealed by showing investors the “next originals” page on the Disney+ application interface, where users will be able to learn about new productions before being released to the public, Disney executives commented, according to Comicbook. The image consists of Hawk wings and the Red Winter Soldier star.
So far, the other original Marvel series that have been confirmed for Disney+ are Loki, Hawkeye and Scarlet Witch and Vision. Kevin Feige has already stated that the series will be closely linked to Marvel’s film universe.
Disney+ will initially be available in the United States as of November 12. However, the platform will not be launched worldwide this year. While it will reach Western Europe in the first and second quarter of 2020, Latin America will be one of the last regions to have access to this service until 2021.