Alonso has confirmed that the successful studio currently has 31 MCU projects in development. It is not known whether this number relates to projects that have not yet been announced or if the total also includes already confirmed projects such as the Lame and Ffantastic four movie theater.
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Despite a full year delay caused by the ongoing pandemic, Marvel Studios still managed to get Phase 4 off to a good start. So far, the company has released four Disney + series and two films so far, which have been well received by critics and fans alike who are excited about the direction the franchise is taking.
The hit studio currently has three releases remaining for this year, including Disney + Hawk Eye series, Chloe Zhao star Eternals cinema, and Spider-Man: No Path Home with Tom Holland and Benedict Cumberbatch.
For other upcoming projects that Marvel Studios had already confirmed, you can check them out below along with their release dates and status:
- Mme Marvel – 2022 (Post-production)
- Moon Knight – 2022 (Tournage)
- She-Hulk – 2022 (Tournage)
- Secret Invasion – 2022 (Pre-production)
- The Guardians of the Galaxy vacation special – December 2022
- Heart of Iron – TBD
- Armor Wars – TBD
- Loki Season 2 – TBD
- What if…? Season 2 – TBD
- Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – March 25, 2022 (post-production)
- Thor: Love and Thunder – 6 mai 2022 (post-production)
- Black Panther : Wakanda Forever – 8 juillet 2022 (Tournage)
- Les Merveilles – November 11, 2022 (Shooting)
- Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania – February 17, 2023 (Filming)
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. May 3 – 5, 2023 (Pre-production)
- The Fantastic Four – TBD
- Blade – to be confirmed
- Deadpool 3 – TBD
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These 31 projects could potentially include that of Anthony Mackie Captain America 4, the Hawk Eye spin off Echo series and the Wakanda-centric series, which have yet to be confirmed by Marvel Studios. However, in a previous interview, executive producer Brad Winderbaum said the company is already developing several animation projects.