An American series of superhero films, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, independently produced by Marvel Studios, is out with its fourth phase. With the announcement of its phase 4, the Marvel movies are all set to raise the level of diversity of the Hollywood film industry.
Comic book enthusiasts just cannot wait to get their eyes on the upcoming Marvel movies that seem to be immensely promising. The reason for this is the buzz that is going around about the Marvel Cinematic Universe featuring its first deaf superhero, an openly gay superhero, and its first Asian-American superhero. Quite interesting and fresh isn’t it?
The president Kevin Feige of MCU recently announced the upcoming movies of phase four at the San Diego Comic-Con International gathering.
So let’s have a look at the list and schedule of it :
1 May 2020: Black Widow
Spring 2020: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
6 November 2020: The Eternals
12 February 2021: Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings
Autumn 2021: Loki
Autumn 2021: Wandavision
7 May 2021: Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness
Winter 2021: What If…
Spring 2021: Hawkeye
5 November 2021 : Thor: Love and Thunder
To be continued: Blade
With these movies lined up, 2020 and 2021 looks really packed up!