Marvel and Disney confirm four more untitled movies coming out in 2024
Burbank, California - Marvel recently announced there will be four more movies coming out in 2024. Will the fifth Avengers film be one of them?
Buckle up, Marvel fans!
The Marvel Cinematic Universe will be around for years to come.
Earlier this week, Walt Disney Studios updated its release scheduling, confirming that four more untitled Marvel movies will be hitting the screens in 2024.
So far, the release dates for the mysterious flicks are February 16, May 3, July 26, and November 8.
Currently, the MCU is entangled in Phase 4, which will conclude in 2023.
The impending films set to come out during this timeline include Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, The Eternals, and Spider-man: No Way Home.
Additionally, the TV shows Hawkeye, Secret Invasion, and Ms. Marvel will be debuting on Disney+.
Though the upcoming projects have no titles yet, this does open up infinite possibilities while also confirming some rumors that certain crossovers and standalone projects could happen.
For instance, it was also confirmed that there will be a fifth Avengers film, though it won't come out anytime soon.
There's also been hearsay that the X-Men will eventually make their debut in the MCU.
And let's not forget that Mahershala Ali has been confirmed to play Blade while Ryan Reynolds will return as Deadpool in a third film.
Another film that should be considered is the fourth Captain America movie, which will star Anthony Mackie as the titular character.
Nevertheless, with the multiverse running rampant in Phase 4 and causing problems already for major characters, there's no telling which films will come out in 2024.
The next Marvel film to hit theaters is The Eternals, which premieres on November 5.
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