Yesterday, Disney announced four new release dates for untitled Marvel Studios feature films in 2024. Those spots being etched-out for February, May, July, and November.
There are now seven release dates on the schedule for unnamed projects that will likely be named at the next big Marvel Studios presentation something that is likely around the corner.
However, we have an idea what at least four of those options might be with Jon Watts’ Fantastic Four reboot, Bassam Tariq’s Blade reboot, Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool 3, and Anthony Mackie’s Captain America 4 at various stages of development.
Below is a rundown of the current Marvel Studios schedule for films between 2021 to 2024.
- ETERNALS – November 5, 2021
- SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME – December 17, 2021
- DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS – March 25, 2021
- THOR: LOVE & THUNDER – May 6, 2022
- BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER – July 8, 2022
- THE MARVELS – November 11, 2022
- ANT-MAN & THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA – February 17, 2023
- GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 3 – May 5, 2023
- TBA – July 28, 2023
- TBA – October 6, 2023
- TBA – November 10, 2023
- TBA – February 16, 2024
- TBA – May 3, 2024
- TBA – July 26, 2024
- TBA – November 8, 2024
- FANTASTIC FOUR (DIRECTOR JON WATTS) – TBA
- BLADE (DIRECTOR BASSAM TARIQ) – TBA
- DEADPOOL 3 – TBA
- CAPTAIN AMERICA 4 – TBA
- X-MEN – TBA
We could easily theorize that some other options might include their X-Men reboot, Shang-Chi 2, Eternals 2, Black Widow 2 (focusing on Yelena Belova), Avengers 5, Secret Wars, Spider-Man 4 (if Sony and Disney can expand their deal), Black Panther 3, Ant-Man 4, Doctor Strange 3, Thor 5, and Young Avengers.
Some other projects I’d love to see be considered for the film side such as Squadron Supreme, Captain Carter, Black Knight, The Invaders, Nova, Adam Warlock, Alpha Flight, Agents of Atlas, Namor (if they’re able to make it), Ka-Zar, Killraven, and Red Wolf.
As mentioned above, we’re likely on the cusp of a new Marvel Studios presentation that will likely give us an idea of what else is coming to both Disney+ (Disney+ Day in November) and the big screen in the future.