Disney just revised its release schedule for movies through 2022 and has removed an untitled Marvel film from its 2020 dates. Was it Guardians of the Galaxy 3? While there’s no way to know for sure, it was expected to be one of the next films in production. In axing the July 31, 2020, date, Disney and Marvel have opted to release just two films that year. Now, the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe films will be: Captain Marvel: March 8, 2019 Avengers 4: Endgame April 23, 2019 Untitled Marvel: May 1, 2020 Untitled Marvel (potentially Doctor Strange 2?): Nov. 6, 2020 Untitled Marvel (possibly Black Panther 2?): Feb. 12, 2021 Untitled Marvel (I’m out of ideas, maybe Black Widow?): May 7, 2021 Untitled Marvel (no really, what could this be? X-Men?): Nov. 5, 2021 Untitled Marvel: Feb. 18, 2022 Untitled Marvel: May 6, 2022 Untitled Marvel: July 29, 2022 Now playing: Watch this: Avengers: Endgame trailer revealed 2:25 The list doesn’t include Spider-Man: Far From Home. That film is being released July 5, 2019, by Sony Pictures, even though with specific licensing agreements, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker is still a part of the MCU. Now that Disney has purchased Fox, numerous Marvel characters have been brought back under a single banner. What does that mean for the future of the X-Men in the MCU? It’s truly anyone’s guess, but as CNET’s Ashley Esqueda explains below, a Doctor Strange sequel could open up a whole realm of new possibilities… How to watch every Marvel… [Read full story]
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