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Upcoming Marvel movies with no release date
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Of course, it could be that we’re entirely wrong and Marvel has all sorts of other exciting plans we don’t know about. The release dates could change, films could shift around and there could even been some team-up movies coming our way that the company is currently keeping under wraps.
For now, all we know is that the MCU is still going strong even after it “ended” everything in the latest Avengers film. That’s a feat of resurrection worthy of the Infinity Gauntlet.
MARVEL INDIA July 29, 2022 – untitled Marvel
After the spectacular firing and re-hiring of director/writer James Gunn, the rumoured 2020 release date for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 seems a bit unviable – and considering that Gunn has also committed to the writing and directing of a Suicide Squad sequel before he moves back to Marvel, even more delays seem likely.
According, this summer 2022 slot seems like a suitable home for the Chris Pratt-starring sequel, which may revolve around his search for Zoe Saldana’s Gamora.
July 8th, 2022 – Captain Marvel 2
The studio has revealed that a sequel to Captain Marvel is aiming for release on 8th July 2022, no surprise given that the first film made over one billion dollars at the worldwide box office.
Whether a new film would follow on from Avengers: Endgame or explain where she was in the 20-odd years between her first movie and the present day is unknown, but we’ve explored the possibilities a bit here.
There’s a good chance that the film will delve into the world of the villainous Kree and their history with Carol Danvers, claiming they’ll be back for her – there’s no word yet on which stars may be joining Brie Larson in the cat, but we’ll be keeping an eye out for any announcements.
MARVEL INDIA May 6, 2022 – Black Panther 2
It was confirmed at D23 that Black Panther 2 will fill this big summer slot, earning a bit of a promotion after it broke records in its February 2018 release date.
“We’re really hard at work on it trying to give you something special,” director Ryan Coogler told the audience. “We’re gonna take our time; we want it to be right.”
Director Ryan Coogler and most of the original cast (including Chadwick Boseman, Danai Gurira and Letitia Wright) are expected to return, though as of yet there’s no word on a storyline.
Beyond the fact that it definitely won’t be called Black Panther 2 we have no ideas of a names for the next installment, but rumour has it that the film will see T’Challa (Boseman) face a new challenger to his rule in the fictional nation of Wakanda – forcing him to consult with his cousin/foe Killmonger (Michael B Jordan) on the Wakandan astral plane.
MARVEL INDIA February 18th, 2022 – Thor: Love and Thunder
In July 2019 it was revealed that Thor Ragnarok’s Taika Waititi will be back for another Thor sequel, which frankly has muddled all sorts of our predictions already. With Chris Hemsworth set to return as the God of Thunder, expectations will be sky-high for the director/writer and star’s reunion, especially given Ragnarok’s popularity.
But the big news from Comic-Con is that Natalie Portman will reprise her role as Jane Foster, who will take on Thor’s mantle as God of Thunder when Thor becomes “unworthy” to wield his hammer. Tessa Thompson has also been confirmed to return to the franchise in Thor: Love and Thunder.
And even more exciting is the news of who will play the villain – with former Batman Christian Bale confirmed to star in the film, although it remains unclear exactly which villain he will play (Dario Agger, aka The Minotaur is currently the odds-on favourite).
Meanwhile the film will adapt a Lady Thor story arc from recent a recent Marvel Comics series called The Mighty Thor, by Jason Aaron – which Waititi described as “incredible”.
MARVEL INDIA November 5th, 2021 –Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
Director Scott Derrickson had been set to return to the magical superhero franchise, with Benedict Cumberbatch also set to make a comeback as the titular Sorcerer Supreme.
However, in January 2020, Derrickson stood aside, citing creative differences – with Spiderman director Sam Raimi reportedly set to take his place.
That came after a series of apparently contradictory comments about the film’s direction from Derrickson, who had promised “the first scary MCU film,” and Marvel chief Kevin Feige, who was quick to water down that promise – so it remains to be seen quite how terrified audiences will be left by the end product.
Other cast including Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams and Benedict Wong are also expected to return – while it’s possible that villain Nightmare, who has the power to suck psychic energies from the subconscious minds of dreaming beings – might be involved in Doctor Strange 2.
It was confirmed at Comic-Con in July that Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch will also feature in the film.