Fans of the all-out creators of the superhero universe, Marvel Studios, will have to brace themselves for the recent announcement that the production company is cooking up five more untitled films. Read further to learn more about this scoop.
Marvel Studios, in partnership with Disney, certainly know how to keep their fans in hungry anticipation for the names of the upcoming superhero films that their currently cooking up. According to Deadline, the highly acclaimed production company is in the works for releasing two films in 2017, specifically on July 28 November 3. Moreover, two more in 2018 will be released on July 6 and November 2, and one more on May 3, 2019.
Fans will seriously have to wait before the company announces the full-blown mystery of the five films, which are set to take place in the San Diego Comic-Con 2014. Check the schedule here. Based on the feature by HitFix, such announcement is very much conspicuous. Even more than so, their announcement is enough to keep their supporter’s mind boggling over the very early announcements of movie release dates that don’t even bear an official title or story line.
Philly Entertainment even presented the possibility of some Marvel Phase Three sequels, which could include a spinoff of Black Widow’s story that’s most probably starred by the iconic Scarlett Johansson and another superhero to bring to life, “Black Panther.”
“Doctor Strange,” which is currently under development with director Scott Derrickson, still remains to be in further questions as it its release date is still kept on a down low. Although, speculations of movie critics and the media suggest that the film could possibly take part in the Marvel movies release in 2016, specifically on July 16.
A lot of speculations have been made, but so far, nothing is still set in stone for the release of the official Marvel movies. As of late, here are the current date standings of the Marvel superhero films via HitFix:
- Aug. 1, 2014: “Guardians of the Galaxy“
- May 2, 2015: “Avengers: Age of Ultron“
- July 17, 2015: “Ant-Man”
- May 6, 2016: “Captain America 3” (not the official title)
- July 8, 2016: Untitled film
- May 5, 2017: Untitled film
- July 28, 2017: Untitled film
- November 3, 2017: Untitled film
- July 6, 2018: Untitled film
- November 2, 2018: Untitled film
- May 3, 2019: Untitled film
That’s the latest update on Marvel Studio’s five untitled films. Stay tuned on Movie News Guide (MNG) to find out more about the up-to-date buzz in the entertainment circle.
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