The complete list of upcoming Marvel movies from Black Panther to Avengers: Infinity War, Ant-Man and the Wasp and beyond!
We’ve got everything you need to know about the upcoming Marvel movie schedule all in one place. The Marvel superhero movie plan now stretches all the way to 2020. The amazing thing is, it’s even more ambitious than we anticipated, with new movies getting announced all the time, and even announced projects like Avengers: Infinity War have seen their priorities shifted a little.
We’ve compiled as much information as we can find on every Marvel movie coming out in the next few years in a handy release calendar for you. This is where you can check out all the details on Marvel Phase 3 and beyond. You probably want to know a little more about Black Panther or Avengers: Infinity War which are both due in 2018. Well, we’ve got you covered!
But now it’s on to the new Marvel movie release schedule! Here goes…
Finally! T’Challa is coming to the big screen, and he’ll be played by Chadwick Boseman. He was introduced in Captain America: Civil War, and we’ll see his first solo adventure in February of 2018.
The Black Panther is a fascinating character, whose exploits can be as high-tech as Iron Man’s or as high-adventure as Indiana Jones. We provided a few helpful suggestions for stories Marvel should take a look at for the movie right here.
Yes, we know, this is a TV show and not a movie, but Marvel’s Neflix shows are just so cinematic, and the first season of Jessica Jones was so amazing, and you deserve something to get you through the wait between Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War, that we just had to include this.
The Russo Bros. will move directly from their directing duties on Captain America: Civil War into this one, which begins shooting in 2016. Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely are writing.
This looks absolutely amazing.
Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne will return, marking the first female superhero to have her name in the title of a Marvel movie. Peyton Reed will return to direct. Best of all? Michelle Pfeiffer will play Janet Van Dyne! This looks like a LOT of fun.
There are conflicting reports about whether or not this will have any ties at all to Spider-Man: Homecoming, let alone the MCU (this one is purely a Sony production). We’re only including it here to be on the safe side for now.
Tom Hardy will star as Eddie Brock, and Ruben Fleischer is directing, from a script by Jeff Pinkner and Scott Rosenberg.
While this one isn’t technically part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’re including it here for the completists among you. This one comes from the minds behind The LEGO Movie, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, who are writing and executive producing. Shameik Moore will voice Miles Morales, Liev Schrieber plays a villain, and Mahershala Ali is the voice of Miles’ uncle, The Prowler!
Here’s the official synopsis:
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the mask.
Again, we’re not sure how Sony’s Spider-Man spinoff movies tie into the Marvel Universe, but based on Spider-Man: Homecoming, we’re just going to play it safe and include them here.
Gina Prince-Bythewood is directing from a script by Christopher Yost.
Carol Danvers’ origin story would make a fine superhero film. If you’re a studio looking to make the leap with a female-fronted superhero film, a character with a power set more impressive than Wonder Woman is just be the one to do it with. This one will take place in the 1990s and feature shape-shifting Marvel aliens the Skrulls as villains. Start your speculation engines!
Nicole Perlman, who famously helped develop Guardians of the Galaxy for the screen, is pairing with Meg LeFauve (The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, Inside Out) to write the Captain Marvel movie. Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck are directing.
May 3rd, 2019, Avengers 4
This was originally known as Avengers: Infinity War – Part II, but that has changed. Not much else to report on this one at the moment, but we’ll keep you updated.
Right after the release of the trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming, Marvel and Sony wasted no time at all in announcing a sequel. We’re not complaining.
May 1st, 2020 – Untitled Marvel Movie
August 7, 2020 – Untitled Marvel Movie 2
November 6th 2020 – Untitled Marvel Movie 3
Any one of those dates is a potential landing spot for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (which is already confirmed) or Doctor Strange 2 (which is likely, but hasn’t been officially announced yet). We’ll update this as we get more information on all of these projects!