Among the litany of announcements made during Marvel Studios’ San Diego Comic-Con panel, the company also left some mysteries to be revealed in the future, as the studio confirmed six dates for currently unknown films.
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Shortly after the panel had concluded with the reveal of the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer, Disney released a list of six dates that it has planned for future Marvel Cinematic Universe films. The dates range from early 2025 all the way through the end of 2026, and will likely comprise a large chunk of the studio’s fifth and sixth phases of content.
The schedule of films is as follows:
UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) is now dated on 2/14/25
UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) is now dated on 7/25/25
UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) is now dated on 2/13/26
UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) is now dated on 5/1/26
UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) is now dated on 7/24/26
UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) is now dated on 11/6/26
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While there’s no concrete information on what exactly these films will be, we do know that two new Avengers films, The Kang Dynasty and Secret Wars, will slot in right between the July 25, 2025 and February 13, 2026 dates, potentially giving fans a hint as to how the future films will unfold as we get closer to those dates.
In the meantime, fans will turn their attention to the upcoming D23 Expo, which is set to take place on September 9-10, 2022, and will likely feature Marvel Studios in some capacity once again.