Marvel Studios may have once more whipped the fans into a mind-melting fury at Comic-Hall Con’s H by outlining a schedule of films and television programs until the end of 2025, but there was no time for a victory lap or even a respite. Multiverse sagas do not spontaneously arise, you know? So, the day after Comic-Con ended, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige headed for the sets of several ongoing productions, including season two of the multiple-Emmy nominated series Loki and more photography for The Marvels, both of which are scheduled to premiere in the summer of 2023.
The firm is currently putting the generals in place to carry out the strategies across its enormous chessboard. The blade will start filming in Atlanta in October, while Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be released in November. Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, one of the two Avengers films that will help round off Phase 6 in 2025, will be directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, who previously worked for the company as the director of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
Marvel often keeps its future plans under wraps, but at the Hall H presentation, it revealed more than any fan could have anticipated. Perhaps it sensed some pressure from the crowd. Audiences have been curious, nay, demanding to know what the overarching goal was for the phase of movies the company was releasing after Avengers: Endgame, the 2019 epic that climaxed Phase 3 while setting box office records, including, for a time, being the highest-grossing film of all time at $2.79 billion. Even though its movies have made big bucks — the latest, Thor: Love and Thunder, crossed the $600 million mark in about two and a half weeks.
Marvel’s newfound transparency won’t end with Comic-Con. The business will be back on stage from September 9 to 11 for D23, the annual event dedicated to all things, Disney. Secrets will be disclosed and more footage will be presented.