As mentioned above, the confirmed MCU roster only stretches to 2023, with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania as the last dated movie in its programming; Peyton Reed’s trio is scheduled to hit theaters on July 28, 2023. With that said, fans also know that there are several other projects, both movies and TV shows, in development waiting to have a release schedule. . This includes upcoming Disney+ series like secret invasion, armor warsY Heart of stone. On the big screen, movies like The Fantastic Four To restart, SwordY captain america 4 they have yet to be inserted into the MCU’s release plan. Besides these, mostly confirmed sequels like spider man 4, doctor strange 3Y black panthers 3let alone, dead pool 3, among others, are also expected to be implemented over the next decade. These don’t even include other secret ventures Marvel Studios is currently working on, including a possible X-Men project. Given this, it’s not hard to imagine the MCU completing its release dates over the next decade.
It’s interesting that Feige is willing to talk about this detail given that he has previously admitted that the unveiling of his future content plan has a negative impact on the MCU. First, it motivates fans to focus on what comes next instead of the current narrative of the franchise. Second, there is not enough room for maneuver to change them without eliciting different opinions from the public. The Russos said there really isn’t a big plan for the MCU; instead, Marvel Studios is making it up as it goes. Perhaps that’s how things went in Infinity Saga, with the studio changing its approach to storytelling for Phase 4 and beyond. Otherwise, this decade-long list could just be a general roadmap of what Marvel Cinematic Universe it will seem to advance. Either way, what’s clear is that the franchise isn’t slowing down anytime soon.