May 6th 2016: Captain America: Civil War
November 4th 2016: Doctor Strange (Scott Derrickson formally confirmed as director)
May 5th 2017: Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 (new release date)
July 28th 2017: Thor: Ragnarok (Tom Hiddleston will be back as Loki)
November 3rd 2017: Black Panther
May 4th 2018: Avengers: Infinity War Part I
July 6th 2018: Captain Marvel
November 2nd 2018: Inhumans
May 3rd 2019: Avengers: Infinity War Part II
Inhumans, Captian Marvel and Black Panther. This is a good time to be a nerd.
Captain America 3 is Civil War
Thor 3 is called Ragnarok
Avengers 3 will be two movies released a year apart.
Black Panther and Captain Marvel (not Shazam, that is DC, this one is a woman character) movies coming.
Lots more here.
My money… Marvel may have it.
So, is there a full list of planned Marvel movie releases somewhere? I’m starting to loose count. (Not that that’s a bad thing, though I do have some fears of market oversaturation…)
(And while we’re at it, the same thing for DC?)
How the hell are they going to be able to do The Infinity War?
Glad to see Boseman getting a decent shot at the big time.
I think they will just fold elements of the Infinity War into the pre-existing set-up. It will be a cross-over between the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Avengers, and be a compressed adaptation of the Infinity Gauntlet and Infinity War arcs of the comics.
Boo…Do not want Civil War in Cap 3.
It isn’t going to be the Civil War of the comics. It will be a continuation of the themes established in Winter Soldier. Cap will rebel against the loss of rights, other heroes will weigh in, they’ll assassinate Rogers (or he will give up his shield) and Bucky will take up the mantle as the new Captain. It will be both a tear-jerker and rousing restatement of Cap’s ideals.
Hmm, doesn’t look like they’re planning an Antman sequel, nor another standalone Hulk movie. That’s not bad or good, just interesting. And I wonder if Hawkeye will get any exposure outside the Avenger movies, like Black Widow in the Iron Man and Cap America sequels.
That’s what I’m unhappy about with the list. No Planet Hulk, World War Hulk, Black Widow, or for that matter Dr. Strange 2. It may just be that they are planning to explore these on Netflix or HBO.
Black Panther - I hope to xist he’s more the Christopher Priest version than the abomination foisted upon us by the accursed Reginald Hudlin.
Is it to early to start dream casting? Too bad Idris is already in-universe as Heimdall.
Hitflix says Captain America 3 will be subtitled The Serpent Society, not Civil War.
If Ant-Man and Dr. Strange are successful, there will certainly be sequels, but they are going to announce them until after they come out (like GotG 2).
That was debunked literally at the same event. In the Q&A Kevin Feige said the title card for Serpent Society was there to throw people off and Cap 3 is Civil War.
That was a Marvel fakeout.
Yeah, it’s called the OP.
Aside from The Avengers: Age of Ultron (May 1, 2015) and Ant-Man (sometime in Summer 2015), those nine films are everything Marvel has in development.
Can’t they just call them Avengers 3 and 4?
Oh no no. They don’t want to oversaturate the market!
Well, unless you count the two ABC series and the five short series for Netflix.
Those kids keep busy.
Is Captain Marvel the girl or the old power bands dudes?