The Marvel medium Universe has massive plans for the long run. To keep it all straight, we’ve arranged out consecutive few years’ prices of Marvel Studios films during this feature, which can take you thru all of the official titles announced for Phase 4 – as well as the unscheduled projects that are currently in development.
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Black Widow – May 1, 2020
Fans spent years business for Marvel Studios’ initial female-led superhero flick, and for the longest time, it seemed like a Black Widow solo film would be the perfect solution to the request – what with Scarlett Johansson’s character’s being arguably the most popular heroine in the franchise.
That didn’t wind up happening, as both Evangeline Lilly’s Hope van Dyne and Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers broke the glass ceiling with their titular roles in Ant-Man & The Wasp and Captain Marvel – however that does not mean a spider flick is not happening. In fact, it’s currently set up to be the first title in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Four.
The Eternals – November 6, 2020
When it comes to the cosmic side of Marvel Comics, the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies have only scratched the surface thus far.
Sure, we’ve seen a few Thor and Guardians of the Galaxy movies, but there are millions of beings out in the cosmos that have yet to make their live-action debut.
The Eternals is a tremendous step in that direction, as there is a whole world of godly characters created by Jack Kirby that should make for tremendous cinematic exploration, and we will get an excellent dose of all that when the project is released on November 6, 2020
Shang-Chi and also the Legend Of The 10 Rings – February 12, 2021
We’ve seen the Marvel medium Universe explore a large variety of genres over the years, from the conspiracy thriller that was Captain America: The Winter Soldier, to the noir roots in Iron Man 3, but in Phase 4 Marvel Studios will make their first kung fu film
Doctor Strange within the Multiverse Of Madness – could seven, 2021
As they have since pretty much the beginning, Marvel’s plans moving forward will include mixing things up between sequels and original projects.
After all, while the latter allows things to constantly feel fresh and new, the former lets us see a lot more of the characters we’ve previously fallen in love with.