You can accuse Marvel Studios of many things, but being unexciting can’t be one. The home of premiere comic-book live-action entertainment has kept fans excited for 14 years so far and doesn’t yet show any signs of slowing down.
At the now winding up San Diego Comic-Con 2022, Kevin Feige and his co-creatives at Marvel Studios took the reins at Hall H on Saturday and unveiled slated movies and TV shows up to 2025.
There’s a lot of cool stuff coming our way, so you may want to take some time to calm your nerves before we get into all the exciting new stuff.
Here’s what Marvel Studios has planned for the MCU’s phase 4, 5 & 6:
These three phases of storytelling are officially titled The Multiverse Saga.
Daredevil returns in an 18-episode solo show titled ‘Daredevil: Born Again‘. It’ll arrive in 2024, but we’ll see the character in She-Hulk this August and in Echo next year.
We’re getting two Avengers movies in the same year (2025). One in May (Avengers: Kang Dynasty), the other in November (Avengers: Secret War).
An all-new Fantastic Four team will arrive in theatres in November 2024.
Thunderbolts will also arrive in theatres in July 2024.
A new Captain America movie subtitled ‘New World Order‘ will arrive in May 2024.
Agatha’s spin-off will now be titled Agatha: Coven of Chaos, and it’ll arrive in Winter 2023. I don’t expect it to be Agatha all along this time, though. Someone else will probably be the villain here. 😄
IronHeart will grace Disney+ in Gall 2023. First, catch a glimpse of her in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in theatres this November.
The Blade will be a movie, not a Disney+ series. It’ll arrive in November 2023.
Loki season 2 returns in Summer 2023.
Echo is coming in Summer 2023. Who’ll be in it? Alaqua Cox from ‘Hawkeye’, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Charlie Cox are all expected to reprise their roles.
The third and final Guardians of the Galaxy movie comes out in May 2023. 🥲
Secret Invasion will kick off the new year in Spring 2023.
A new trailer for She-Hulk shows the upcoming Disney+ show may not be deserving of all the hate it’s been getting. It premieres this August.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be the end of the MCU phase 4.
Ant-Man: Quantumania will officially kick off the MCU phase 5, and it’ll also be the first movie to showcase Kang the Conqueror in all his glory. I can’t wait!
Which of this mega news got you the most excited?