Disney reveals release dates for EIGHT new Marvel movies

Tom Butler
Senior Editor
HONG KONG - 2019/04/26: Pedestrians are seen taking a selfie with Marvel and Marvel Studios figures owned by Disney to commemorate and advertise of the "Avengers: Endgame" movie in Hong Kong. (Photo by Budrul Chukrut/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

With Avengers: Endgame breaking box office records around the world, Disney wants to remind you that Endgame was really just the beginning, as it has eight new Marvel movies on the way between now and 2022.

The entertainment giant revealed its first post-20th Century Fox acquisition release slate which confirmed that there would be two new MCU films coming in 2020, and many more beyond.

Those release dates in full are:

  • 1 May, 2020 - Untitled Marvel

  • 6 November, 2020 - Untitled Marvel

  • 12 February, 2021 - Untitled Marvel

  • 7 May, 2021 - Untitled Marvel

  • 5 November, 2021 - Untitled Marvel

  • 18 February, 2022 - Untitled Marvel

  • 6 May, 2022 - Untitled Marvel

  • 29 July, 2022 - Untitled Marvel

Marvel Studios has yet to confirm any future titles beyond this summer’s Spider-Man: Far From Home (a Sony Pictures release) which is being called the final film of the MCU’s Phase 3.

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We know that Black Widow and The Eternals are close to shooting, so we expect they’ll be taking the May and November 2020 release slots respectively.

Angelina Jolie smiles at the premiere for the movie "Dumbo" in Los Angeles, California, U.S., March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Black Widow is reportedly shooting in the U.K. from June this year, with Scarlett Johansson reprising her role, alongside Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz, and David Harbour, in what is likely to be an Avengers: Endgame prequel.

The cosmic-sounding The Eternals, rumoured to star Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, Dong-seok Ma, and Richard Madden, also looks set to film in the U.K. from September.

Then, from 2021 we’re back to a three Marvel Studios movies per year rhythm.

Other MCU films currently in development, but yet to be officially dated by Disney, include Shang-Chi, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Doctor Strange 2, Black Panther 2, Ant-Man 3, Captain Marvel 2, and Thor 4.

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Of course, there’s the incoming X-Men and Fantastic Four films to think about, and the upcoming Disney+ MCU shows too.

Throw in Sony Pictures’ Marvel slate including another Tom Holland-led Spider-Man solo film, 2020’s Morbius and Venom 2, plus an animated Spider-Verse sequel, and it looks like Marvel fans have a lot to look forward to over the next few years.