The upcoming Disney+ series Echo has officially wrapped production, with star Alaqua Cox sharing a heartfelt message on her Instagram at the end of the show’s filming.
In an Instagram story, Cox shared a screenshot of a text message the actress sent to her late father. The message simply explains that production was finished, with Cox adding in her story that she knows her father is proud of her and that she misses and loves him so much. The actress also reposted a photo from another account that also celebrated the end of production.
Echo will feature the return of Alaqua Cox as she reprises her role as Maya Lopez after debuting last year Hawkeye, where it was revealed that Maya had a long history with Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin. Joining D’Onofrio are Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil, Zahn McClarnon (Fargo), Devery Jacobs (Reservation dogs), Cody Lightning, Chaske Spencer, Tantoo Cardinal and Graham Greene.
In Marvel Comics, Echo – the adopted daughter of the Kingpin – is a deaf Native American woman who possesses the ability to perfectly copy the movements of others, while also being a highly skilled martial artist and acrobat.
Marion Dayre is the main author of Hawkeye spin off. The writers room also includes Bobby Wilson, Rebecca Roanhorse, Shoshannah Stern, Josh Feldman, Kaitlyn Jeffers, Steven Paul Judd, Jason Gavin, Ken Kristensen, Dara Resnik and Jessica Mecklenburg.
Echo will premiere sometime in the summer of 2023.