It has been more than a year since the release of Marvel’s latest film “Spiderman: Far From Home” and we’ve been itching for more.

Marvel Studios has announced the delay of Scarlett Johansson’s “Black Widow” release date to May 2021 but what about the other releases? If you’re a bit lost on Marvel’s upcoming releases and projects, let us put you back on track:

1. WandaVision

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Source: The Direct

Marvel fans were surprised recently with the trailer. The 6 episode mini-series is the earliest content we can look forward from Marvel, and will be the only release this year.

  • December 2020
  • Filming
  • TV Series (Disney+)

2. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier

Source: Streaming Wars

“The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” was supposed to release in Fall 2020 but it has been delayed to next year. No exact release date has been announced.

  • 2021
  • Filming
  • TV Series (Disney+)

3. Loki

“Loki” could be one of the most sought out show in Disney+ due to Tom Hiddleston’s first acting in a TV series. The actor has confirmed that the show will be approaching on Loki’s death and the tesseract’s location after “Endgame”.

  • Spring 2021
  • Filming
  • TV Series (Disney+)

4. Black Widow

Source: Tech Radar

“Black Widow” is the first movie of this list. It will also be Scarlett Johansson’s last appearance as Natasha Romanoff in the MCU.

  • 7th May 2021
  • Post-Production
  • Cinema release

5. What If…?

Source: IMDB

10-episode mini-series, “What If…?” is an upcoming animated series that will explore a number of alternate scenarios based on the MCU characters we know from Infinity War.

  • Summer 2021
  • Production
  • TV Animated Series (Disney+)

6. Shang-Chi and The Legend of Ten Rings 

Source: Collider

Keep it in mind that by the time “Black Window” comes out, the next MCU movie is only 2 months away. The original release date for this movie was May 2021.

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  • 9th July 2021
  • Filming
  • Cinema release

7. Eternals 

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Source: ReelTalk

“Eternals” movie release date has been delayed from February 2021 to 5th November 2021. The announcement trailer was released not long ago.

  • 5th November 2021
  • Post-Production
  • Cinema release

8. Spider-Man 3 

Source: Cinema Blend

“Spider-Man 3” which hasn’t been titled is the last for release for 2021 . There’s still no clue on where the plot is going or whether the film will pick off from the last movie.

  • 17th December 2021
  • Pre-Production
  • Cinema release

9. Thor: Love And Thunder

Source: The Verge

This movie will be a sequel to “Avengers: Endgame” and a prequel to “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”. It will be directed by Taika Waititi, the man behind “Thor: Ragnarok”.

  • 11th February 2022
  • Pre-Production
  • Cinema release

10. Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness

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Source: IMDB

It’s rumoured that this film will be crossover or sequel to WandaVision and Loki as we follow the Sorcerer Supreme exploring the multiverse.

  • 25th March 2022
  • Pre-Production
  • Cinema release

11. Black Panther 2

Source: IMDB

Many wonder how Disney and Marvel will approach the script to this film after the death of Chadwick Boseman. Many are suggesting not to recast King T’Challa’s role as a tribute to the actor.

  • 6th May 2022
  • Development
  • Cinema release

12. Captain Marvel 2

Source: TheNationRoar

Captain Marvel is one of the strongest superhero Marvel has put on screen. It’ll be interesting to see how this sequel can make Carol Danvers’ story more compelling despite her overpowered status.

  • 8th July 2022
  • Development
  • Cinema release

13. Hawkeye

Source: IMDB

This show probably won’t focus on the Hawkeye we’re all familiar with. It will most likely be about Kate Bishop, who was trained by Clint Barton to be the next Hawkeye.

  • 2022
  • Pre-Production
  • TV Series (Disney+)

14. Ms. Marvel

Marvel
Source: IMDB

The MCU is welcoming it’s first muslim superhero, Kamala Khan as Ms. Marvel. No casting has been announced for the series but it will be directed by high-profile duo Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah.

  • 2022
  • Pre-Production
  • TV Series (Disney+)

15. She-Hulk

Source: ScreenCrush

This female version of the angry Hulk will be played by Tatiana Maslany. Sadly, there’s no clue on how the gamma-infused superheroine will look like as of now.

  • 2022
  • Pre-Production
  • TV Series (Disney+)

16. Moon Knight

Marvel
Source: MCU Exchange

Details for the upcoming Moon Knight series is still a mystery like the hero himself. However, there has been rumours going around that the production is eyeing Keanu Reeves as the lead.

  • 2022
  • Pre-Production
  • Cinema release

Here’s a summary of everything:

Source: The Direct

The MCU drought is real and hopefully there won’t be anymore delays because we can’t wait any longer!

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