With Avengers: Endgame out in theaters worldwide, this chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is finally coming to a close. The so-called Infinity Saga, which began with Iron Man in 2008, is over, but a new chapter is about to kick off. Marvel is being even quieter than usual (which is hard to do) about the future of its cinematic universe beyond Spider-Man: Far From Home, but this week, we did finally get a concrete schedule for Phase 4.
Following its recent acquisition of the Fox film studios, Disney shared an updated release schedule for dozens of films through 2027 on Tuesday, including the next three Star Wars movies, the Avatar sequels (which have been delayed once again), untitled Pixar films, and most importantly, eight upcoming Marvel movies.
Unfortunately, every Marvel movie is listed as “UNTITLED MARVEL” on the schedule, so until Spider-Man: Far From Home comes out on July 2nd, it’s unlikely Marvel will give us anything more to go on. That said, here are the dates for the next eight Marvel movies, from May 1st, 2020 through July 29th, 2022
The first thing you might notice is that Marvel Studios is apparently only planning to launch two movies in 2020, which breaks from the three movie a year schedule that it has stuck to for the past several years. In fact, it will be a full ten months between the Spider-Man sequel and whatever comes next to kick off Phase 4.