Disney released a new release calendar for its upcoming movies, which consisted of the following MCU Phase 6 & 7 movies, see below.
- UNTITLED MARVEL – 6 September 2024
- FANTASTIC 4 – 8 November 2024
- UNTITLED MARVEL – 14 February 2025
- AVENGERS: THE KANG DYNASTY – 2 May 2025
- UNTITLED MARVEL – 25 July 2025
- AVENGERS: SECRET WARS – 7 November 2025
- UNTITLED MARVEL – 13 February 2026
- UNTITLED MARVEL – 1 May 2026
- UNTITLED MARVEL – 24 July 2026
- UNTITLED MARVEL – 6 November 2026
We have examined the release dates, and put together our predictions for the upcoming slate.
What We Think We’ll See In Phase 6 / 7
- FANTASTIC 4 – 8 November 2024 [CONFIRMED BY MARVEL STUDIOS]
- AVENGERS: THE KANG DYNASTY – 2 May 2025 [CONFIRMED BY MARVEL STUDIOS]
- AVENGERS: SECRET WARS – 7 November 2025 [CONFIRMED BY MARVEL STUDIOS]
- SHANG-CHI 2 – 14 February 2025 [CONFIRMED BY SOURCES]
- DEADPOOL 3 – [CONFIRMED BY SOURCES]
- ETERNALS 2 – [CONFIRMED BY SOURCES]
- WORLD WAR HULK – [CONFIRMED BY SOURCES]
- DOCTOR STRANGE 3 – [UNCONFIRMED]
- BLACK PANTHER 3 – [UNCONFIRMED]
- YOUNG AVENGERS – [UNCONFIRMED]
Fantastic 4, Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, and Avengers: Secret Wars are all movies that have been confirmed to be in development, and their release dates officially announced. Shang-Chi 2, Deadpool 3, Eternals 2, and World War Hulk haven’t been confirmed by Marvel Studios themselves but through coughs reliable sources.
Doctor Strange 3, Black Panther 3, and Young Avengers are all guesses, that may or may not be on the slate. We’ll leave the release dates for you to fill!
Considering the overarching plot of The Kang Dynasty and Secret Wars, we are uncertain about the role of Deadpool 3 in the movies. It will likely be set after the events of the Avengers duology. The sequel to Eternals wouldn’t only continue the story of what the Eternals have been up to, but also show us the universal consequences of Doctor Strange 2.
No More Spider-Man For The Multiverse Saga?
You might be wondering why we haven’t included any MCU Spider-Man movies in our predictions. That is because Marvel Studios doesn’t decide when the MCU Spider-Man movies come out, they are decided in cooperation with Sony, who owns the film rights to Spider-Man. Marvel never mentioned Spider-Man: Homecoming, Far From Home, or No Way Home in any movie event, such as Comic-Con or D23 Expo. The same goes for the next Spider-Man Trilogy.