Disney recently updated its theatrical release schedule. On the Marvel Studios side, four new films have been announced. In total, fifteen films are expected by November 2024.
While Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is a hit in Europe and the United States, Disney has updated its Marvel Studios cinema release schedule. Four new feature films complete an already busy schedule. These four projects scheduled for 2024 currently only have a release date.
In total, Marvel Studios has planned fifteen films from November 2021 to November 2024. Of these fifteen films, eight of them already have a title and a semblance of a summary.
Marvel Studios has 15 movies between now and the end of 2024.
Which one are you most hyped for? pic.twitter.com/SnH7Yb6SHW
— Phase Zero – MCU (@PhaseZeroCB) September 12, 2021
With a release in November 2021, Chloé Zhao, the director of Nomadland has aimed high. A film with a budget of 200 million dollars and a cast of five stars. Angelina Jolie, Kit Harington, Richard Madden or Salma Hayek will be there. One of the most anticipated films among Marvel fans, here is a brief summary: the Eternals are an ancient race of human beings, created by the Celestials to protect the Earth from the Deviants, their greatest enemies.
Spider-Man: No Way Home
The new adventures of Peter Parker land on December 15 at the cinema. The third opus with Tom Holland in the Spider-Man costume will have a completely new scenario: Spider-Man is now unmasked and he has to live with it…
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
Doctor Strange played by Benedict Cumberbatch returns in a second solo film. The film directed by Sam Raimi is scheduled for March 23, 2022 in our cinemas. The feature film follows the events of Avengers: Endgame. Doctor Strange continues his research on the Time Stone. But Strange’s friend, Baron Mordo, now his enemy, will try to destroy all wizards on Earth. A first trailer should follow in the coming weeks.
Thor: Love and Thunder
The fourth MCU film dedicated to Thor. This time around, the film will focus on Jane Foster aka Mighty Thor, played by Nathalie Portman. Jane Foster, who previously appeared in the first two Thor films, will transform into Mighty Thor, the female version of the Norse God of Thunder. Taika Waititi is in charge of the film. The feature film was originally scheduled for November 2021, but was pushed back to May 4, 2022.
Just announced in Hall Hat at #SDCC, Marvel Studios’ THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER with Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Natalie Portman. Taika Waititi returns as director. In theaters November 5, 2021. pic.twitter.com/7RRkOYWTQM
—Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) July 21, 2019
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
The warriors of Wakanda are back in force after the first opus released in February 2018. This second film will be done without Chadwick Boseman, who played Black Panther. The actor died in 2020, following an illness. The screenplay was therefore partly rewritten. Little information has leaked for the moment, but the feature film is scheduled for July 6, 2022.
The film is the direct sequel to Captain Marvel. Brie Larson will reprise her role as Carol Denvers while young actress Iman Vellani will play the character of Kamala Khan aka Miss Marvel. Release planned for November 2022.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
Third solo film for Ant-Man. Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will reprise their respective roles as Ant-Man and the Wasp. The film with a still mysterious scenario should be released in February 2023.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
The Star-Lord gang is back in a third and final installment directed by James Gunn. The film is set to hit our screens in May 2023.
And after ?
Three other films are planned for the year 2023 and four for 2024. These seven films have no title for the moment, but several whispers are already being heard. In these untitled films, we could find Captain America 4, Blade or even the reboot of the Fantastic Four. Deadpool 3 or the sequel to Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings are also at the center of several rumors. But until then, patience, patience.
By Philip Nuccio.