Marvel Studios will be releasing another five movies between 2022-2023 as Disney officially dates new untitled projects.
Starting in 2021, we’ll be getting four Marvel Cinematic Universe releases per year.
The Marvel Studios release schedule for 2020-2023 now looks like this.
- Black Widow – May 1st, 2020
- Eternals – November 6th, 2020
- Shang-Chi & The Legend of The Ten Rings – February 12th, 2021
- Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness – May 7th, 2021
- Spider-Man 3 – July 16th, 2021 (Sony Pictures release)
- Thor: Love & Thunder – November 5th, 2021
- Untitled Film (Ant-Man 3?) – February 18th, 2022
- Black Panther 2 – May 6th, 2022
- Untitled Film – July 29th, 2022
- Untitled Film – October 7th, 2022
- Untitled Film – February 17th, 2023
- Untitled Film – May 5th, 2023
- Untitled Film – July 28th, 2023
- Untitled Film – November 3rd, 2023
According to Michael Douglas, Ant-Man 3 will begin shooting in early 2021 which means it’ll likely land that February 2022 spot.
Guardians of Galaxy 3, Captain Marvel 2, Blade starring Mahershala Ali, and the next Deadpool movie starring Ryan Reynolds will likely be part of this lineup.
Marvel Studios has been rumored to be developing films for Nova, Fantastic Four, and Silver Surfer, but trades have yet to support those rumblings.
We’ve also seen one of those rumors debunked with official announcements as Peyton Reed was rumored to be directing Fantastic Four for a 2022 release only for him to be officially coming back to helm Ant-Man 3 instead, which will likely be released in early 2022.
A Silver Surfer project wouldn’t out of the left-field or shocking as Vice director Adam McKay (worked on the first Ant-Man) has been meeting with Marvel Studios about developing a film about the cosmic hero. However, official movement hasn’t been announced.
A Nova movie would make sense but with Guardians of The Galaxy 3 and Captain Marvel 2 seemingly pushed further down the line, maybe they’ll wait until those projects are out of the way.
Kevin Feige hasn’t ruled-out Fantastic Four coming sooner than 2025 but has given signs that the main X-Men movie won’t be coming that early. After movement on Deadpool with meetings being held at Marvel Studios offices with Ryan Reynolds and screenwriters, that feels like the first “Fox” project that could move forward.
We also can’t rule out something like Young Avengers as the Disney+ shows are going to be setting-up multiple characters and there is even a rumbling that Ant-Man 3 could introduce the team on the big screen.
Shang-Chi, Eternals, and Black Widow could also get sequels.
I’m sure that Kevin Feige will reveal what these projects are at San Diego Comic-Con if they’re not uncovered before that.