Take your seat, October 28th finally you will discover Black Widow’s past and many marvel productions.
The coronavirus has shaken up the organisation of the film world. With the closure of theatres and the cessation of filming, the Disney giant had to revise its calendar. Here are the new release dates for Marvel productions.
Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is slightly behind schedule. While it was initially scheduled to start on April 29th with the release of the much-anticipated Black Widow, the beautiful spy will only return to theaters on October 28th. A change of date that upsets the entire film schedule, since the Black Widow’s solo film takes the place of The Eternals. On Disney+, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will lead the way in August 2020. Here is the list of Marvel films and series until 2022.
THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – AUGUST 2020 ON DISNEY+.
The adventures of Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes will land on the Disney+ platform in August 2020. The two heroes will return to action after the tragic events of Avengers: Endgame. We will find Emily VanCamp as Agent 13 and Daniel Brühl as the big bad Helmut Zemo.
BLACK WIDOW – OCTOBER 28, 2020
Scarlett Johansson will play Black Widow in the heroine’s first and last solo film. The film will take place shortly after the events of the Civil War and will see Natasha Romanoff face a new villain, Task Master. The cast includes Florence Pugh (The Daughters of Doctor March), Rachel Weisz (The Favorite), and David Harbour (Stranger Things).
WANDAVISION – DECEMBER 2020 ON DISNEY+
Elizabeth Olsen takes over the role of Wanda alongside Paul Bettany in the role of Vision, in a sitcom with a parallel reality that crosses time. The series should arrive in December on Disney+, and we are frankly looking forward to learning more about this mysterious series.
THE ETERNALS – 10 FEBRUARY 2021
The adventures of The Eternals will arrive on the big screen on February 10, 2021. “After the events of Avengers: Endgame, an unforeseen tragedy forces the Eternals to come out of the shadows to assemble and confront the oldest enemy of the human race: Deviants.” Cast for Chloe Zhao’s film Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden (Game of Thrones), Salma Hayek, Kumail Nanjiani (Dr. Dolittle’s Journey), Kit Harington (Game of Thrones) and Lauren Ridloff (The Walking Dead). In addition, this will be the first Marvel movie to show an LGBT+ kiss on screen.
MANY MORE SUPRISES
Loki: Tom Hiddleston returns as Loki on Disney+ in early 2021. After having escaped from the Avengers in the Endgame, the god of trickery seems to have taken a trip through prison in the Michael Waldron series.
Shang-chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: The Mandarin (Tony Leung Chiu-wai) makes his big comeback on May 5, 2021, to confront the ruthless Shang-Chi (Simu Liu) in Daniel Cretton’s film Fate.
Spider-Man: Homecoming 3: Jon Watts will close the trilogy on October 27, 2021.
Tom Holland will return with Zendaya as MJ. Remember, Spider-Man’s identity was revealed in the last movie, and Peter Parker is now accused of killing Mystério. He’s whispering that Matt Murdock, aka Daredevil, could help him defend himself.
Thor: Love and Thunder: Ragnarök director Taika Waititi returns to the helm. On February 9, 2022, we will see Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, and Chris Hemsworth as our favorite characters.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: Sam Raimi, who wrote the first trilogy on Spider-Man, will finally be the director of the sequel to the adventures of Doctor Strange. Scheduled for March 23, 2022, we will find Benedict Cumberbatch, as well as Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong and Chiwetel Ejiofor in the role of Karl Mordo.
Black Panther 2: On May 4, 2022, Chadwick Boseman returns as T’Challa, under the direction of Ryan Coogler.
Captain Marvel 2: Brie Larson will return on July 6, 2022, to camp the most powerful heroine of Marvel. Hopefully, the film will be more convincing to the audience than the first opus.
However, there is still no date for the next Ant-Man 3 or The Guardians of the Galaxy, directed by James Gunn. We’ll probably have to wait until 2023…
Source : Journal du Geek