All the Movies and Shows from the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Marvel’s Complete Schedule

After being inactive for over a year due to the pandemic, Marvel Studios returned in 2021 with nine titles premiering in theaters and on Disney+. These included the first billion-dollar film of the pandemic, Spider-Man: No Way Home; Marvel Studio’s first-ever animated series “What If…?”; and Marvel Studios first-ever Emmy nominees (and winners), WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The motion pictures Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Eternals introduced a cavalcade of new superheroes and new mythologies to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, while the Disney Plus series Loki broke up the multiverse for the first time in the MCU , which announces all kinds of storytelling shenanigans. Black Widow and Hawkeye, meanwhile, debuted two new characters – Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) and Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) – who took their respective heroic nicknames from the then-forming OG Avengers.

To Everyone from the, you might expect Marvel to be taking a breather, but the studio’s list just keeps growing: more than two dozen more titles are in the works for 2022 and beyond. On the feature side, Marvel will release sequels to Black Panther, directed by Ryan Coogler, Ant-Man, directed by Peyton Reed, Guardians of the Galaxy, directed by James Gunn, and Captain Marvel, directed by Nia DaCosta; as well as long-awaited reboots of “Blade” starring actor Mahershala Ali and “Fantastic Four” with – possibly —John Krasinski.

On Disney Plus we see adaptations of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, starring Tatiana Maslany and Mark Ruffalo; Secret Invasion, starring Olivia Colman and Samuel L. Jackson; a WandaVision spinoff starring Kathryn Hahn and a Hawkeye spinoff starring Alaqua Cox; and second seasons of “Loki” and “What if…?”

Several other titles are also in development, including a revival of Netflix’s Daredevil series, a show set in the Kingdom of Wakanda, and a feature film sequel to Captain America starring Anthony Mackie.

And after the debut of What if…?

For Marvel Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige and his team of Creative Executives at Marvel Studios, the MCU’s post-Avengers: Endgame franchise represents the most aggressive creative expansion of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2012’s The Avengers who redefined what was possible with superhero stories.

Here’s everything that’s in stock – what we know. All the Movies and Shows from the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Marvel’s Complete Schedule

Charles Jones

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