Disney confirms the continuation of Marvel Cinematic Universe

Disney confirms the continuation of Marvel Cinematic Universe
The Siliconreview
04 Febuary, 2020

The film ‘Avengers:Endgame’ brought the end of many well-admired heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But Marvel Studios had recently announced many new films and shows along with their release dates.

‘Black Widow’ releases on 1 May 2020. ‘The falcon and the winter soldier’will be releasing on Disney+ in August 2020. On 6 November 2020 ‘The Eternals’ is set to release. ‘WandaVision’ is expected to release in the current year on Disney+.On 12 February 2021,‘Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings’ will be releasing. ‘Loki’ is anticipated to release somewhere near the spring of 2021, only on Disney+.

On 7 May 2021 ‘Doctor Strange in the multiverse of Madness’is expected to release. Dr.Strange will be seen fixing things up as Wanda in ‘WandaVision’ starts off a series of events that lead to merging of alternate universes in destructive ways.

A few other films/shows are ‘Spider-Man 3’ which isset to release on 16 July 2021, ‘What if…’ releases in the summer of 2021, in Autumn 2021 we have ‘Hawk eye’ (on Disney+),on 5 November 2021 we have‘Thor: Love and Thunder’, on 6 May 2022we have ‘Black Panther 2’. The rest of the line-up consists of films whose release dates aren’t announced yet such as ‘Captain Marvel 2’, ‘Guardians (Asgardians?) of the Galaxy vol.3’, ‘Fantastic Four’, ‘Blade’, ‘Deadpool 3’, ‘Ms Marvel’, ‘Moon Knight’ and ‘She Hulk’.