August 19, 2022

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Marvel Unveils "Black Panther 2" Trailer, New "Daredevil" Collection, and Extra at Comedian-Con

Marvel Studios returned to Comedian-Con for the primary time since 2019, and so they had some main bulletins in retailer for the way forward for the MCU. Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige was readily available on July 23 to share some thrilling new films and TV reveals because the studio heads out of Part 4 into Part 5 (and Part Six!).

Marvel already had a full schedule introduced by way of the tip of 2022 and the start of 2023. The “Black Panther” sequel, “Wakanda Eternally,” is about to hit theaters this November. Then there’s “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,” which is slated for February. On the Disney+ facet, there’s the Aug. 17 premiere of She-Hulk: Lawyer at Legislation,” and in December there’s “The Guardians of the Galaxy Vacation Particular,” directed by James Gunn. However that is only the start of what Marvel has in retailer for followers within the subsequent three years.

Along with asserting that Part 4 will come to an finish with “Black Panther: Wakanda Eternally,” Feige additionally laid out the studio’s plans for Part 5 and Part 6. Among the many films Marvel followers can anticipate to see within the close to future are two new Avengers movies that can wrap up the Multiverse Saga which encompasses Phases 4-6. In the meantime, Disney+’s lineup of Marvel reveals will proceed to broaden with Secret Invasion” starring Samuel L. Jackson, “Agatha: Coven of Chaos,” and a brand new 18-episode Daredevil sequence starring Charlie Cox.

In case your favourite Marvel film or present did not get any information out of Comedian-Con, do not fret. There’s additionally Disney’s D23 Expo in September, and the studio is reportedly planning to offer some extra main updates and bulletins then. For now, learn on for the entire new particulars about Marvel’s upcoming slate of films and reveals.

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— Further reporting by Sabienna Bowman.