These are the 27 new Marvel movies and shows coming in 2021 and beyond 6 months ago

These are the 27 new Marvel movies and shows coming in 2021 and beyond

Fans of Marvel have A LOT to get excited about...

2020 was the first time in over a decade that we went a year without a single Marvel project on our screens, due to... well... some very obvious reasons.

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They're making up for lost time, though, with this HUGE list of the confirmed projects that are due out in 2021, 2022, 2023, and beyond.

All the details are correct at the time of the writing, but as with all things in this day and age, everything is subject to change.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Finale!

23 April 2021 - Disney+

Yep, the very last episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier arrives this Friday. We'll wrap up everything to do with the Power Broker and the Flag Smashers and Sharon Carter and Sam and Bucky and the whole lot! If you haven't already, check out our breakdown of the latest episode of the show right here:

Loki

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11 June 2021 - Disney+

Another much-loved character who has died (in Infinity War), but has already been brought back to life thanks to time-travel and alternate timelines (in Endgame), Loki finds himself on the run from the Time Variance Authority, who make it their mission to fix problems on the timelines, up to and including eradicating the source of those problems.

Black Widow

9 July 2021 - Cinemas & Disney+

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Having first appeared in Iron Man 2, we've been waiting a while for Black Widow to get her own movie, and she has literally had to die for that to happen. We go back in time a bit, and are introduced to Natasha's extended family, but whether or not this will rewrite the events of Endgame remain to be seen.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

9 July 2021 - Cinemas

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The MCU's first Asian lead will see Simu Liu play the titular hero, Marvel's master of kung-fu. And yep, even though the movie is currently out in just five months, we still don't know the plot, or seen a trailer for it.

What if...?

Summer 2021 - Disney+

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This animated series will feature the voice work of many of the major MCU actors, but will show alternate timelines which will take us down some very interesting avenues. What if it was Peggy Carter who was injected with the serum instead of Captain America? What if T'Challa was the young boy nabbed by Yondu instead of Peter Quill? What if...?

Ms. Marvel

Autumn/Winter 2021 - Disney+

Marvel's first Muslim lead sees Iman Vellani take on the role of Kamala Khan, a superfan of superheroes who becomes imbued with her own superpowers.

Hawkeye

Autumn/Winter 2021 - Disney+

This will focus on Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) learning from Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) in order to take on the mantle of Hawkeye for herself, and will apparently feature Florence Pugh reprising her role as Black Widow's sister.

 

Eternals

5 November 2021 - Cinemas

An epic-sounding space movie, involving a group of immortals - including Angelina Jolie, Bryan Tyree Henry, Salma Hayek, Barry Keoghan, and Richard Madden - who basically had a hand in the creation of all known civilisations. Quite how they'll tie that into the MCU we already know remains to be seen. We recently chatted to cast member Bryan Tyree Henry about working alongside Keoghan on the Marvel epic:

Spider-Man: No Way Home

19 December 2021 - Cinemas

Following on from the events of WandaVision (more on that here), we'll apparently see Tom Holland facing off against characters from Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's runs as Spider-Man, as Peter Parker attempts to survive a multiverse attack, which will lead us directly into...

 

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

25 March 2022 - Cinemas

... Doctor Strange doing pretty much the exact same thing. Sam Raimi (director of the Maguire Spider-Man movies) is on board for this one, which is getting everyone excited for a stronger horror element, because he also directed Evil Dead back in the day. Wanda (Elisabeth Olsen) will also reportedly play a key role in the action.

Thor: Love and Thunder

6 May 2022 - Cinemas

Thor is teaming up with Star Lord - the Asguardians of the Galaxy! - in what will likely begin as a hunt for Gamora (who went missing at the end of Endgame), but will eventually bring them face to face with Gorr the God Butcher, played by Christian Bale.

 

Black Panther II

8 July 2022 - Cinemas

Following the tragic passing of Chadwick Boseman, MCU head honcho Kevin Feige confirmed that they wouldn't be recasting the role of T'Challa, which has many believing that his younger sister Shuri (Letitia Wright) to take up the title. It is all speculation at the moment, though.

 

Captain Marvel 2

11 November 2022 - Cinemas

Not much is known about the sequel, beyond the fact that Brie Larson will be back in the lead role, while Kamala Khan (from Ms. Marvel) and Monica Rambeau (from WandaVision) will also feature.

 

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

TBC 2022 - Cinemas

Following on from the time-travelling events of Endgame, this threequel will reunite the entire Ant-Man cast (including Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer), and will introduce viewers to Kang The Conqueror (played by Jonathan Majors), one of the most iconic villains in the entire Marvel comic book history.

Moon Knight

TBD 2022 - Disney+

Oscar Isaac is reportedly being lined-up for the title role, a superhero with dissociative identity disorder, caused by becoming the physical manifestation of Khonshu, the Egyptian God of the Moon. Sounds.... different, for sure.

 

She-Hulk

TBD 2022 - Disney+

In the comics, Jennifer Walters (played by Tatiana Maslany here) is a cousin to Bruce Banner, who gets some of his powers thanks to a blood transfusion. That may or may not also be the case, but Mark Ruffalo will be back as Banner, as will Tim Roth as the Abomination, last seen in the Edward Norton-starring The Incredible Hulk.

 

The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

TBD 2022 - Disney+

In what is a very expensive wink and nod to the legendarily disastrous Star Wars Holiday Special, the gang are getting back together to tie up some loose ends and fill in some of the plot points that took place after Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, and...

 

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3

TBD 2023 - Cinemas

After heading over to DC to direct the upcoming Suicide Squad sequel, James Gunn has returned to Marvel for this threequel. The plot remains top-secret, so whether it will continue on from their adventures with Thor, or dig into that tease of the arrival Adam Warlock from GOTG2, we'll have to wait and see.

Armor Wars

TBD - Disney+

A title that will always look misspelled on this side of the Atlantic aside, this will focus on Rhodes (Don Cheadle), the Iron Man suits, and what will happen to them all in the aftermath of Tony Stark's death.

 

Blade

TBD - Cinemas

Two-time Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali has been cast as the half-human, half-vampire, vampire-hunter, and that is literally all we know so far. No director has been named, but Stacy Osei-Kuffour, one of the the writers of HBO's brilliant Watchmen adaptation, has been called upon for script duties.

 

Deadpool 3

TBD - Cinemas

There was a fear that once Disney bought Fox and took over their members of the Marvel universe, the adult-aimed Deadpool series might not make the family-friendly cut. Turns out that isn't the case, with Reynolds set to return. Between this and Blade, it looks like Disney won't be afraid to take on some of the more grown-up stories from Marvel's back catalogue.

 

Fantastic Four

TBD - Cinemas

Another of the titles that Disney acquired following the Fox buy out, there have been plenty of casting rumours for Marvel's first family, but the only confirmed detail so far is that Jon Watts (the director of the three Tom Holland Spider-Man movies) will also be directing this.

I Am Groot

TBD - Disney+

A series of shorts around the walking, talking (sort of) tree, but whether or not Vin Diesel is reprising the role, or if GOTG writer/director James Gunn is still unknown.

 

Ironheart

TBD - Disney+

In the comic books, Riri Williams (here played by Dominique Thorne) is a teenage engineering prodigy who successfully creates a suit to rival even the power and ingenuity of Tony Stark's. How this will tie in to the MCU arc is still mostly unknown.

 

Secret Invasion

TBD - Disney+

Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn reunite after Captain Marvel as Nick Fury and Talos, when a group of shapeshifting Skrulls have infiltrated the very highest ranks of the MCU. Kevin Feige has stated this is the most ambitious project since Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, so expect to see A LOT of familiar faces in this one. Rumour has it Oscar-winner Olivia Coleman is also on board for a top-secret role.

 

Untitled Echo Series

TBD - Disney+

A spin-off of the Hawkeye series will focus on Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox) as Echo, a character who is capable of perfectly copying another person's movements and fighting style, making her a formidable adversary. The script is in development by the writer behind Tropic Thunder and Men In Black 3.

 

Untitled Wakanda Series

TBD - Disney+

Black Panther director Ryan Coogler will also be behind this series which will focus on the technologically advanced home country of the Black Panther, and is also reportedly not the only show that Coogler has in the works with Disney+ within the Marvel universe.

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