WHAT IF? - Check Out A New Poster And Stills From Marvel Studios' First Animated TV Series

A new poster has been released for What If? that puts the spotlight squarely on The Watcher, while Jeffrey Wright reveals which episodes of the Disney+ series he's most excited for fans to check out...

Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we have a cool new poster for What If? that puts the spotlight squarely on Jeffrey Wright's Uatu the Watcher. This is a character fans have been waiting to see on screen for a long time, and while his debut is going to be in animation, a live-action appearance could follow (hopefully, with Wright reprising the role).

A couple of stills have also been released featuring The Watcher, uh, watching over New York City, and Star-Lord (T'Challa) arriving with his fellow Ravagers.

The surprise there, though, is that Korath is with them rather than at Ronan The Accuser's side. 

Talking to the site, Wright revealed which episodes he's most excited for fans to see. "I was really taken by the Doctor Strange episode, which you will see when you get there. For some reason, it just really pulled at my emotions. [Laughs] And as well, it becomes a story of interest to The Watcher too, so in that way, we kind of see things from a similar perspective."

"But also, I was really moved to hear Chadwick Boseman voice T'Challa again as he does in the show," the actor continued. "I actually first met him when Black Panther was being introduced at Comic-Con. We saw each other from time to time after that and just to watch him grow as an actor and watch him take on this character, to see what that character meant, and to understand that he was doing that while facing serious challenges, I just find to be on the level of heroism that Black Panther himself is on. So to be a part of just a little bit of what some of his last work is is really special. And I can't wait for folks to just hear him."

We should have more on What If? to share with you soon, but for now, check out the new poster and stills below:

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