MARVEL WE WANT MORE!!
Avengers: Endgame (2019) left audiences wondering about the future of their favorite superheroes. Would there be more Marvel films, and if so what will they consist of? To the superhero fans who are still mourning the loss of Tony Stark—and the apparent removal of Spiderman from the Marvel Universe—have no fear! Here is a list of upcoming Marvel films you can’t miss!
Black Widow: Scarlett Johansson reprises her role as the kick ass heroine in this spinoff. With her character’s death in Avengers: Endgame (2019), many have become more interested in her role prior to joining the superhero team. The plot is still under wraps, but this is definitely a Marvel movie you don’t want to miss. The film is set to release May 1, 2020.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: Marvel is set to introduce its first Asian superhero and his name is Shang-Chi. Simu Liu, best known for his role in the sitcom Kim’s Convenience, will take on the role. More information about the movie will be released at the beginning of 2020. The film is set to release February 12, 2021.
Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness: Benedict Cumberbatch is back as the handsome Doctor Strange in this sequel. He will be joined by Elizabeth Olsen, who starred was Scarlet Witch in Endgame. This film is set to look at parallel universes in which other superheroes exist. This will come in handy when Marvel chooses to bring X-Men into the equation. The film is set to release May 7, 2021.
Thor: Love and Thunder: Step aside Chris Hemsworth, there’s a new Thor in the Marvel Universe and her name is Jane Foster. That’s right! The hammer has been passed down to Natalie Portman’s character. While man are hesitant about the gender flip, it should be noted that Marvel comics took up the female Thor in 2014. The film is set to release November 5, 2021.
Black Panther 2: It was recently announced that Black Panther would be having a sequel. While there are no details regarding the plot, we are aware that familiar faces have already signed to be a part of the film. Ryan Coogler, director of the first Black Panther, has signed on to write and direct the sequel. The film is supposedly set to release May 6, 2022.