Actually, no you wouldn’t. Absolutely not.
While Marvel and Disney probably are going to tone things down after what is, essentially, an end of an era, they’re certainly not going to stop. This year though, we’re all doing our best impression of James Franco’s Harry Osborn, because…
But after Spider-Man: Far From Home, what can we expect from the machine that is Disney’s Marvel?
Well, Disney have released their film schedule for the next eight years and there just as many Marvel films as that.
I say in just as many years, for some reason the Marvel films stop coming after 2022, but I’m sure more will be added.
Each Marvel film is listed as UNTITLED MARVEL FILM which isn’t very helpful for the idiots writing articles about them, but we’ve already been told that the likes of Black Widow, The Eternals, Black Panther 2, Doctor Strange 2, and Shang-Chi are on the way, so they’ll probably take up spots, alongside a second Captain Marvel film.
The release dates for the films are 1st May, 2020, 6th November, 2020, 12th February, 2021, 7th May, 2021, 5th November, 2021, 18th February, 2022, 6th May, 2022 and 29th July, 2022, so we’re going to be pretty busy in the coming years.
It’s worth noting that after the Fox merger, there’s no more mention of previously Fox-owned Marvel properties after X-Men: Dark Phoenix, such as Deadpool. This could mean that mutants are being dropped altogether or they could be appearing in some of these “UNTITLED” films.
Also, since Sony own the rights to Spider-Man still, any upcoming Spider-Man films won’t be included in the above list, so there will probably be more of them that we just haven’t been told about yet.
On top of those films, we have plenty more, including a despicable four more Avatar films. More time for James Cameron to stretch his lack of imagination muscles. Goody.
Exciting times for Marvel fans who need some cheering up after Endgame.
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