All Marvel New Movies – Upcoming Marvel Movies and TV Shows


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You don’t need to be a superhero super-fan to know that Marvel Studios always has a dozen projects in the works. Viewers are being treated to 3+ new movies a year, even as the studio continues its fourth phase in the MCU. And now there’s the brand new TV shows premiering on Disney+ to keep us occupied while we wait between films. While you can always try to rewatch everything the studio has released, we still can’t help but get excited for what’s coming next. Marvel has no plans on slowing down with new Marvel movies, and it shows. From new heroes to familiar faces who may or may not be taking their final bows, there are tons of new surprises in store.

Get ready to discover new heroes to root for and also add very important release dates to your calendar (who wants to be spoiled?!), because here are all of Marvel’s upcoming TV and movie releases.

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‘Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness’

As we learned in WandaVision and Spider-Man: No Way Home, the multiverse does exist and it looks like the effects of both films are still making an impact on Strange’s life. Is Wanda a friend or a foe? Will everyone remember Peter again? There are so many lingering questions, and it looks like Doctor Strange will finally give us answers.

In theaters on May 6, 2022.

As the Marvel television universe continues to expand, there are brand new heroes joining in on the fun including Ms. Marvel, a teen from Jersey City who is obsessed with the Avengers and suddenly gains powers. Ms. Marvel will feature a link to the upcoming Captain Marvel sequel The Marvels, but if the TV trailer is any indication, Kamala Khan is going to be a major fan favorite all on her own.

On Disney+ on June 8, 2022.

Our favorite Asgardian is back, but it’s Jane Foster who will be stealing the spotlight thanks to Natalie Portman’s surprise return to the universe. Valkyrie is now the king of New Asgard, and Jane is suddenly back in Thor’s life while she undergoes cancer treatment and also gains powers of her own.

In theaters on July 8, 2022.

Emmy winner and Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany is making her way back to the small screen in She-Hulk. She stars as Jennifer Walters, a lawyer who has Hulk-like powers just like Bruce Banner. Of course, Mark Ruffalo will return for this project, but the rest of the show is a big mystery.

On Disney+ in mid-2022.

Untitled Halloween Special

Werewolves in Marvel?! Yep, it’s actually happening. Gael García Bernal will be starring as Jake, a guy who becomes the Werewolf by Night. (Yes, that’s the name of a real Marvel Comics character.) Maybe he’ll have a thing with Morbius so we can have another vampire vs. werewolves showdown like Twilight??

On Disney+ in October 2022.

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’

Following the death of Chadwick Boseman, plans for a Black Panther sequel changed. It was revealed that a second film focused on Wakanda as a whole was in the works, but the role of T’Challa won’t be recast. As we’ve seen in the comics and the first film, another worthy person could take on the mantle. Many fans are guessing Letitia Wright’s Shuri is next, but with so many great characters coming back, it’s anyone’s guess.

In theaters on November 11, 2022.

‘The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special’

Looks like the Zune wasn’t the only thing Quill took with him from Earth. The Guardians are getting their own holiday special, and no doubt Star-Lord will show them all of Earth’s traditions to help them get into the spirit of the season. The special will also set things up for the gang’s upcoming Vol. 3 film. What can go wrong? Well, knowing them, probably everything.

On Disney+ in December 2022.

Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel has spent the last few years in space as she continues to fight against the Kree and protect the Skrulls, but now it looks like something on Earth will bring her home. Monica Rambeau is back to help her BFF after she gained powers in WandaVision, while Ms. Marvel will finally get to work with her idol in this new flick.

In theaters on February 17, 2023.

‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’

Our favorite bunch of A-holes are back, but they are forever changed after Thanos’s snap. Mantis and Nebula are now members of the group, while the Gamora they’ve known, and in Quill’s case loved, is gone. Instead, a Gamora from the past is now traveling with them, and it will certainly make things interesting for the ravagers. Oh, and a new foe named Adam Warlock is here to ruin their lives. Just another casual day in space for the GOTG.

In theaters on May 5, 2023.

‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’

Remember Kang the Conquerer from Loki? Well, he’s back to wreak some havoc…sorta. It’s actually a different Kang the Conquerer, still played by Jonathan Majors, who will be facing this family of scientists. The Society star Kathryn Newton joins the cast as Cassie, who might join in on the family business and get a suit of her own.

In theaters on July 28, 2023.

Maybe the fourth time is the charm for the Fantastic Four?! That seems to be Marvel’s hope after they announced yet another reboot of the superhero team. MCU Spidey director Jon Watts will be taking on the film with a still-to-be-announced cast. The movie will also be the final release in Marvel’s phase four, so you know it’s going to be a big deal.

In theaters TBD.

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