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Production Dates for Marvel’s ‘Echo’ Disney+ Series Revealed

Back in November on Disney+ Day, Disney confirmed Marvel Studios’ Echo series for Disney+.

Echo was just introduced in the new Hawkeye series on Disney+.  The deaf Native American character whose real name is Maya Lopez, is played by Alaqua Cox. She has the ability to perfectly copy another person’s movements or fighting style, making her a formidable opponent on the battlefield.

According to a new report, it looks like production on Echo is set to begin this spring.  The news comes from a new casting call that says Marvel Studios is looking for “Southeast based talent ages 6+ who can portray Native American, First Nations and Indigenous Peoples,” with filming taking place “between Mid-April and end of August 2022.”

One Take News recently reported that the series will be working under the title of Grasshopper.  Earlier reports indicated that the working title was Whole Branzino.  However, the outlet points out that Marvel Studios likes to have multiple working titles for their projects and they tend to shift over time.

Not much is known about the series, however, Echo’s writers will include Marion Dayre (Better Call Saul) as its lead alongside Shoshannah Stern (Supernatural) and, Bobby Wilson (Reservation Dogs)It was also recently reported that Reservation Dogs director Sydney Freeland might be on board to direct at least one episode of the series.

Ken Kristensen and Dara Resnik will also be working as writers on Disney+’s Echo. Kristensen wrote three episodes of The Punisher; including season 1, episode 10, “Virtue Of The Vicious,” season 2, episode 3, “Trouble The Water,” and season 2, episode 9, “Flustercluck.” And, Resnik wrote two episodes of Daredevil  including season 3, episode 8, “Upstairs/Downstairs,” and episode 11, “Reunion.”

A Disney+ release date for Echo has not been announced yet.

Source: We Got This Covered

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