For more than a decade, Marvel has created the most successful superhero series in the history of American and international cinema, from its inception in 2008 to the present.
Marvel Studios has produced 23 films, as well as at least 14 others in various stages of development, and this is a historic film franchise that is hard to beat, especially since it grossed more than 22.5 billion at the global box office, including Avengers: Endgame, which became the highest-grossing film of all time when it was released.
As a result of the lockdown imposed by the covid-19 pandemic, Marvel had to rearrange the release of its new films, known as Phase IV of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which significantly changed the plan to release a number of its films that were expected to be ready for the big screen months earlier.
As America accelerates preventive vaccinations against the pandemic, things finally seem to be moving out of the corona tunnel and Marvel is back on track with many Hollywood production companies, with “Black Widow” premiering in theaters this July.
The fourth wave of Marvel movies
At closing time, Marvel has finished making “Black Widow”, and filming has finally ended for” Eternals”, scheduled for release before the end of this year, while both” Spider-Man 3″and” Doctor Strange 2 ” have yet to begin production.
Shang-Chi, WandaVision, Falcon and Winter Soldier are all in the middle of filming. According to the release schedule of the fourth phase of Marvel films, the films are scheduled to be shown consecutively until 2023.
Marvel’s “Black Widow” or “Black Widow” is scheduled to premiere on July 9, 2021.
Originally scheduled for November, “Black Widow” was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic until May, and is now scheduled to be shown in theaters and on Disney plus in the summer.
It was originally scheduled for February 21, 2021, but will now premiere in July. The film stars Simo Liu, okwavina, Tony Leung and is directed by Destin Daniel. It is based on Marvel Comics ‘ kung fu master Shang Chi character.
It is set to be seen by film audiences on November 5, 2021, after its premiere on November 6, 2020, featuring a constellation of stars; Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden and Salma Hayek, directed by Chloe Chow of Nomadland, nominated for 6 Oscars this year, and the film won the Golden Lion, the grand prize of the Venice International Film Festival.
She is scheduled to first ask again for a Muslim with her own series “Ms Marvel” (Ms. Marvel) on the Disney Plus platform in sword 2021, the series from the beginning of newcomers Iman Vilani and Kamala Khan. Villani portrays a Pakistani-American girl who discovers that she has superpowers beyond what she knew before. Nuzzle waters also play with Brie Larson and Carol Danvers in “Captain Marvel 2” (Captain Marvel 2
The third part of Spider-Man, or “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, is scheduled for release on December 17, 2021, starring Tom Holland.
The second part of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which has been postponed more than once, is scheduled for 25 March 2022. The film, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen.
Thor”: love and thunder
The much-awaited film will see the light of day on 6 May 2022, after being scheduled for release in November 2021.
The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Natalie Portman and is written and directed by Taika Waititi.
The work marks Portman’s first “Thor: The Dark World” film since “Thor: The Dark World”.
Portman will play a female “Thor” (brave warrior) in the new film, a twist on the recent Thor comic series, and Christian Bale will star in the film as the villain.