Though it is a sure thing that Kevin Feige and his team are working on Phase 5, nothing has been revealed to the fans yet. From all the information we got from the San Diego Comic-Con and D23, we know that we can expect eleven movies and TV shows in the next to years. But in spite of the knowledge of all these upcoming projects, fans are already predicting what we may receive beyond that from Marvel.

The amazing line-up in Phase 4

Fans are delighted with the fantastic line-up of movies expected in the next two years. 2021 looks like a great year for Marvel fans. Kevin Feige gave the fans a lengthy update on Phase 4 at the San Diego Comic-Con. The Phase 4 starts with Black Widow releasing in May, 2020. There are some amazing TV shows lined up as well.

Take a look at some of the movies planned and their release dates here:


Release Date
Black Widow May 1, 2020
The Eternals November 6, 2020
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings February 12, 2021
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness May 7, 2021
Spider-Man 3 July 16, 2021
Thor: Love and Thunder  November 5, 2021
Black Panther 2 May 6, 2022


The amazing line-up in Phase 4
The amazing line-up in Phase 4

Speculations on Phase 5

Fans have been putting forward their own thoughts on what we are likely to receive as part of Phase 5. One particular fan on Reddit has made some plausible suggestions. Some of them Marvel has confirmed already, while others are fan favourites that might arise organically from the way the MCU has shaped up. Ant-Man 3 seems certain after the success of the first two films. Fantastic Four also seems to be part of Feige’s plan.

Speculations on Phase 5
Speculations on Phase 5

What do you think of the line-up in Phase 4? Let us also know your thoughts on what we can expect in Phase 5.

Sources: ComicBook, CheatSheet


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