Marvel Studios, at Comic-Con 2019 announced Phase 4 of the MCU

At the San Diego Comic-Con 2019 the president of Marvel , Kevin Feige unveiled a series of projects on the beginning of the " Phase 4 " of the Marvel Cinematic Universe , including sequels, original projects and television programs. Feige also announced that after 2021 not only the sequel to Black Panther, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain Marvel and Blade will arrive but also the X-Men and the Fantastic 4.

Obviously the Marvel franchise is an incredible asset for Disney, which last May announced the arrival of as many as 65 productions over the next 8 years including Star Wars and Disney's "live-action" film.

As for the MCU, it will start again on May 20, 2020 with Black Widow , followed by the TV series "Falcon and the Winter Soldier" in the autumn of the same year . The next timeline includes: The Eternals (6 November 2020), Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (12 February 2021), the TV series WandaVision (Spring 2021), Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madnes s (7 May 2021 ), the TV series Loki (Spring 2021), What If (Summer 2021) and Hawkeye (Autumn 2021) and, finally, Thor: Love and Thunde r (November 5, 2021).

In 2022 there will be at least three Marvel productions and for these there are also the dates: February 18th, May 6th and July 29th. In the Disney timeline, after 2023, there are not many details. Only Star Wars and Avatar movies are listed. But if the pace of the three productions per year is maintained, by 2027 there will be at least 18 Marvel titles without counting streaming shows on Disney +.

However, the announcement of Phase 4 highlights a mix of films that includes characters we already know and unpublished highs that will be introduced into the franchise over time. The announcement also demonstrates Marvel's intention to bring even the characters who have long been "exiled", including the Fantastic 4 and the Mutants, whose rights were held by 21st Century Fox, acquired into his Cinematic Universe as soon as possible. from Disney last March.


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