After a year of silence due to Covid-19, Marvel Studios is ready to take over both the Marvel movie collection and television fronts in the coming years.
After a year of silence due to the Covid-19 epidemic, it seems that Marvel Studios is eager to bring the MCU back in the coming 2021. That’s why, at the Disney Investor Day event that took place in early December, they announced a slew of new projects, all of which are in the next phases of their Marvel cinematic universe collection.
With this comeback, Marvel Studios is raising an ambition to expand the scale for the Marvel cinematic universe movie collection, not only limited to movie films as before but also encroaching into the television segment, with the backing of Disney +. Currently, they have confirmed they will produce 13 different series, airing exclusively on the platform, including WandaVision, The Falcon & the Winter Soldier, Loki, Hawkeye, Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, What If… ?, Secret Invasion, Ironheart, Armor Wars, I am Groot and Marvel Studios: Legends.
Expanding the television segment, Marvel Studios also did not forget about the movie works – the main weapon that helped them achieve great success over the past decade. For now, the fourth phase of the Marvel cinematic universe movie collection has definitely included the movies: Black Widow, The Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legends of Ten Rings, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and Thor: Love and Thunder. Recently, they continued to confirm that they will produce Captain Marvel 2, Black Panther 2, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Blade, Guardians of the Galaxy 3, Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, and especially Fantastic Four.
Here are details about each new project announced by Marvel Studios, which promises to bring about a booming Marvel cinematic universe collection in the next few years.
Upcoming Marvel Movie Collection: 12 movies, 13 series
1. Fantastic Four – first coming of Marvel movie collection
In a day filled with information about new projects, the Fantastic Four reboot is probably the brightest point, marking the first superheroes of 20th Century Fox to return to Marvel. Jon Watts, director of two Spider-Man movies in the Marvel cinematic universe collection, will be responsible for building the script for this film and is expected to shoot right after Spider-Man 3 ends. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige does not reveal too many details regarding the Fantastic Four content, only confirming that this is the right moment Reed Richards, Sue Storm, Johnny Storm, and Ben Grimm came to light as a member of Marvel Studios.
2. Captain Marvel 2 – next coming in Marvel movie collection
Captain Marvel 2 is one of the projects in phase 5 of the Marvel cinematic universe collection and has been announced for a long time. But in this Investor Day event, Kevin Feige revealed some other important details that made fans extremely excited, including Director Nia DaCosta (Candyman) will officially take over directing this film; Brie Larson will still play the role of Carol Danvers and receive the help of many new superheroes who will be debuting on Disney + before. As expected, Captain Marvel 2 will be released at the end of 2022.
3. Ms. Marvel – series of Disney +
Iman Vellani is the one who was chosen to send gold for the role of Kamala Khan – the main character in the series Ms. Marvel, currently shooting in Atlanta and airing exclusively on Disney +. In addition to revealing the first official images of this series, Kevin Feige also revealed that Vellani will also be featured in the blockbuster Captain Marvel 2 above, along with the appearance of Monica Rambeau played by Teyonah Parris. Ms. Marvel is expected to launch by the end of 2021.
4. WandaVision – series of Disney+
After the movie Black Widow had to delay its premiere to May 2021, WandaVision was selected as the opening work for the Marvel cinematic universe movie collection phase 4, scheduled to air on January 15. Chairman Kevin Feige once warned that series like WandaVision will have direct connections to future movies, and explained more about the many problems left by the first 3 phases (high probability is the new parallel universe theory introduced in Endgame)
5. The Falcon & the Winter Soldier – series of Disney+
Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie should be the ones who “open the bowl” for Marvel Studios on Disney +. However, the Covid-19 pandemic forced them to delay the series’ broadcast schedule until March 19, 2021, two months after WandaVision’s broadcast. In response to fans’ expectations for the next generation Captain America story as well as the Vibranium shield, Kevin Feige revealed the first trailer for the series.
6. Loki – series of Disney+
As expected, Loki will be broadcast on Disney + in May 2021 and will join the audience in the footsteps of Asgard’s cunning god across the universe after accidentally picking up the Space Stone in Avengers: Endgame. Tom Hiddleston remains the trusted man for the role, along with Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant.
7. Black Panther 2
Black Panther 2 is not a surprising name in the Marvel cinematic universe movie collection phase 5 lineup. But it is worth mentioning here that Kevin Feige confirmed that Marvel Studios will not cast a replacement actor for this role of Black Panther to pay tribute to the late actor Chadwick Boseman. “To commemorate the legacy that Chad has worked hard to build in the image of the king of Wakanda, we will continue to explore this land along with the powerful cast of characters that appeared in the scene,” Feige said. part 1″. Black Panther 2 is expected to hit theaters on July 8, 2022.
8. She-Hulk – series of Disney+
She-Hulk is a new comedy series featured in the “franchise” of Marvel Studios on Disney +. Tatiana Maslany is the one chosen for the role of Jennifer Walters / She-Hulks – a lawyer specializing in solving superhero lawsuits. Directors Kat Coiro and Anu Valia, along with screenwriter Jessica Gao, will be in charge of the script development and production directing for She-Hulk. In addition, this series will also welcome some other familiar faces such as Mark Ruffalo (Hulk) and Tim Roth (The Abomination).
9. Hawkeye – series of Disney+
As expected, Hawkeye will air on Disney + at the end of 2021. This series will revolve around marksman Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) along with collaborator Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) – a character no stranger to anything. for Marvel comic lovers. In addition, Hawkeye also welcomed a number of notable faces such as Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee, Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon, Brian d’Arcy James and Alaqua Cox.
10. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania – third film for Ant-Man in Marvel movie collection
The third film for Ant-Man from Marvel studio in the Marvel movie collection was also revealed at this event, with the main villain Kang the Conqueror played by Jonathan Majors. That also partly reveals that the main theme of the film will still be the quantum world and time travel theory. Ant-Man 3 will still welcome the return of director Peyton Reed with a familiar cast including Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, and Michelle Pfeiffer. The role of Cassie Lang was re-cast and assigned to Kathryn Newton.
11. Moon Knight – series of Disney+
Moon Knight is a newly announced project in the Marvel movie collection, directed by Mohamed Diab, and focused on a defensive man suffering from multiple personality disorder. The personalities that exist in his body represent different characters and seem to have connections to ancient Egyptian symbols. It is reported that Oscar Isaac will take on the lead role in Moon Knight, but Kevin Feige did not mention this issue in the past event.
12. The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special will be released to the audience on Disney + at Christmas 2022. Director James Gunn will be the writer for the script, as well as conducting the recording while filming Guardians of the Galaxy. Vol. 3. It is likely that this will be a work of a humorous, gentle and “true quality” style of the Guardians of the Galaxy group.
13. What If…? – series of Disney+
What If…? is an animated series about events that never happen in the main Marvel cinematic universe collection timeline, such as Peggy Carter being injected with super-soldier serum instead of Steve Rogers, or T’Challa as Star-Lord by Guardians. The series will begin airing on Disney + in the summer of 2021, marking Marvel Studios’ first animation project, with each episode focusing on a different character/event.
14. Thor: Love and Thunder
Thor: Love and Thunder has been revealed by Marvel Studios in the summer of 2019, and will also be the “closing down” work on the Marvel cinematic universe movie collection phase 4. At Investor Day last, the most expensive information related to this movie is probably is Christian Bale will join the main cast as the villain Gorr the God Butcher. This is also considered the last film for Chris Hemsworth as the Marvel God of Thunder, before ceding power to “Jane Foster” Natalie Portman.
15. Ironheart – series of Disney+ – Ironman defender series of Marvel movie collection
Ironheart can be considered the Iron Man defender series, revolving around Riri Williams played by Dominique Thorne. Riri is a genius inventor with the ability to create the most advanced iron armor that no one could do in the post-Tony Stark era. Riri is also a “new ghost” in the Marvel comic universe when it debuted in 2016. In the context that Stark “gave up the game” when Endgame ended, Riri Williams could completely be a worthy replacement on the screen. big photo in the near future.
16. Armor Wars – series of Disney+
Armor Wars is a TV series adapted from the classic Marvel comic book series of the same name, focusing on James Rhodes / War Machine played by Don Cheadle. This time, he will face terrible troubles when Tony Stark’s high-end technologies fall into the wrong hands. This is a terrible prospect that makes Stark always tremble. But now, when he is no more, all responsibility will be placed on his best friend’s shoulders.
17. I am Groot – series of Disney+
The name says it all, this series will focus on the little Groot tree, and possibly the rest of the Guardians of the Galaxy team. Kevin Feige did not reveal too many details about I am Groot, nor did he share its connection with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.
18. Legends – series of Disney+ – a documentary about featured moments from Marvel movie collection
Marvel Studios: Legends can be considered as a documentary about the most impressive and featured moments extracted from the Marvel cinematic universe collection. Each episode will focus on 1 or 1 certain group of characters, with 2 opening episodes revolving around the couple Wanda Maximoff and Vision