Marvel Studios’ Phase 4 of its Marvel Cinematic Universe will entail ten movies and Disney+ series when it launched in 2020. With 2021 also looking crowded already, Kevin Feige was present at the San Diego Comic-Con for Marvel’s 90 Minutes appearance in Hall H, and he gave a detailed update on Phase 4.
The Phase 4 slate that Kevin revealed, includes, Thor: Love and Thunder, November 2021, Hawkeye, Fall 2021, What If?, Summer 2021, Loki, Spring 2021, Doctor Strange and The Multiverse of Madness, May 7th 2021, WandaVision, Spring 2021, Shang-Chi and the Legend of The Ten Rings, February 12, 2021, The Eternals, November 6th 2020, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Fall 2020, and Blac Widow, May 1st 2020.
In addition, Kevin made a surprise announcement while concluding that there’s was virtually no time to address the Fantastic Four or X-Men Franchise, but disclosed an additional project, Blade – which will feature Mahershala Ali.
Accordingly, the next phase entails a mix of sequels such as Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, MCU’s first horrific film – to be directed by Scott Derrickson. Thor: Love and Thunder – which is the fourth movie in the franchise, will be directed by Director Taika Waititi.
As compared to several Thor movies, Natalie Portman will be playing Thor this time around. Other movie projects -Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings, as well as The Eternals, will feature new heroes.
The Eternals evolve around a group of beings known as Eternals. They will be using their advanced skills to protect humans. Created by Jack Kirby, the comic book is one of the several things that are beginning to have a creative discussion. It will, however, be featuring stars like Kumail Nanjiani, Richard Madden, Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, and Brian Tyree Henry.
The Shang-Chi is centered on the nominal Character, Shang-Chi. He devoted his entire life to bring down his father’s crime empire. Kevin Feige also confirmed that The Mandarin, a Villain who was supposed to feature in Iron 3 will be appearing in Shang-Chi.
On the other hand, Disney+ is also set to feature numerous ongoing projects that include Loki, WandaVision, What if?, Hawkeye and Falcon and The Winter Soldier. The film on Loki will follow up on his escape with the Tesseract in 2012.
Loki played Hiddleston appears to be the only one that has limited experience in the events of several movies like Avengers: Infinity War, Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Endgame. The film will, however, be premiered in Spring, 2021.
Anyways, more information will be disclosed at next month Disney D23 Conference. So Stay Tuned!!