AFTER A time of uncertainty, Marvel has decided to postpone the premiere of “Black Widow” (Black Widow) that was planned for may of 2020, in place of first performance in Disney+, as demanded by many fans. This means that, as the Movie Universe Marvel (UCM) works fully interconnected, have also had to modify all your calendar of movies from Phase 4. And now there’s a new release schedule.
The website “Den of Geek” has reviewed all of the dates that are currently known after delays caused by the pandemic coronavirus. In it, also include the tape of the universe arachnid Sony and the projects with no fixed date, but announced, by Kevin Present and company. This is the new calendar of premieres marvelitas:
On November 6, will be released this film, directed by Cate Shortland with Scarlett Johansson at the head has been delayed six months to its release, from may to November, affecting the rest of the structure of the UCM. Despite being a prequel, the film works within the gear marvelitas and deferred influences on the rest of the releases. But it finally hit theaters, something that was still doubtful until Marvel announced the new date.
“The Eternal,” Marvel managed to complete his filming before the Covid-19 requires having to cancel filming to avoid the contagion. The tape starring Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek and Kit Harington among others it moves up to the February 12, 2021 since that date it has been occupied by “Black Widow”.
“Shang-Chi and the legend of the 10 rings”
As explained Kevin Present, the film of the superhero asian Marvel’s “Shang-Chi” has been in the mind of the creative marvelitas since the release of “Iron Man” in 2008. With its premiere scheduled for February 2021, finally will debut in the UCM on 7 may.
Disney has not been the only company that has had to move its calendar of releases. Sony has been the same, and the spin-off of “Morbius, the vampire” which starred Jared Leto was moved from July 2020 through march 19, 2021. It is hoped that this tape is connected directly with the UCM, unlike the first installment of “Venom”, which functioned independently without the presence of Tom Holland.
Release date: November 5, 2021
The new movie of “Doctor Strange,” whose premiere was set for may of 2021, is one of the most interesting projects of the Phase 4 of Marvel, as it opens the making a multiverse more extensive than the already explored briefly in “Avengers: Endgame”. In addition, the film, which will be launched on 5 November 2021, is directed by none other than Sam Raimi, an old acquaintance of the fans thanks to the trilogy of “Spider-Man” starring Tobey Maguire.
Release date: July 16, 2021
In the beginning, the filming of the new movie “Spider-Man” of Holland is scheduled to start in July of this same year. However, it is one of the many projects that have been paused by the coronavirus. Sony are optimistic and have set the date for the premiere on July 16, 2021, a year after the time that they intended to start filming.
“Thor: love and thunder”
Since the February 28, 2022 (his initial date of release was November 5, 2021) will come of the fourth film in the lone God of Thunder, the second directed Taika Waititi after “Ragnarok”. Chris Hemsworth will repeat his role as Thor, while Natalie Portman will return to her role as Jane Foster who, it is assumed, will be the new Goddess of Thunder. Christian Bale has also been added to the cast as a character without specifying of time.
“Spider-Man: a new universe”
The sequel to the great animated film will arrive on April 8, 2022, and although it is not officially part of the UCM could be hiding many connections secret. More now, that the upcoming movie “Doctor Strange” will open wide the doors of the multiverse marvelita.
“Black panther 2”
After the “unexpected” success of the first film of black Panther, T Challa (Chadwick Boseman) is prepared to bring back fans to the technologically advanced kingdom of Wakanda, who has now openly shown to the rest of the countries. The film will premiere on may 6, 2022
“Captain Marvel 2”
The 8 of July of 2022 will reach the second installment of Captain Marvel. Brie Larson will play Carol Danvers, the woman who killed Thanos in “Endgame”, in his second solo adventure. Since the first part was a prequel, it is unknown at what time will be set in the film. /