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Marvel's Cinematic Universe: 5 Upcoming Blockbusters and Series Set to Shake the Multiverse!

In the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, the anticipation is palpable as fans eagerly await the arrival of five groundbreaking blockbusters and series that promise to redefine the very fabric of the multiverse. With each installment poised to push the boundaries of storytelling and visual spectacle, Marvel Studios continues to captivate audiences worldwide with its unparalleled blend of action, adventure, and heart. From the return of beloved characters to the introduction of new heroes and villains, the stage is set for an electrifying journey across dimensions, as the MCU enters its most ambitious phase yet.

Have a look at upcoming Marvel’s Movie / Series :



Release Date



July 26, 2024



Fall 2024









February 14, 2025


Release Date: July 26, 2024

Unraveling the latest developments: Former Bob’s Burgers scribes Lizzie Molyneux-Logelin and Wendy Molyneux helm the script for the third installment of the beloved X-franchise. With their involvement, speculation runs wild on the film’s direction. Could it mark the X-Men’s debut, cleverly hinted via Deadpool's meta-awareness? Ryan Reynolds' character, famed for breaking the fourth wall, might navigate a reality shift, seeking answers amid altered circumstances—potentially involving the resurrection or nonexistence of Vanessa. Despite scant plot details, Kevin Feige confirmed the R-rated film's development in early 2021, with Shawn Levy onboard as director since March 2022. Returning scribes Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick further polish the script. Reynolds, in a cheeky teaser, admitted uncertainty over Deadpool's future, teasing a possible Wolverine comeback. Emma Corrin joins as the antagonist, followed by Matthew Macfayden. Familiar faces return, including Rob Delany's Peter and Jennifer Garner's Elektra. Set photos hint at playful Disney-Marvel integration. Production briefly halted due to strikes but resumed swiftly, with Reynolds teasing a potential "Dogpool" appearance. Notably, Deadpool & Wolverine remains Marvel Studios' sole 2024 release amid scheduling shifts, wrapping filming in late January. A trailer teases Deadpool's quirky role with the TVA, promising an eccentric Marvel adventure ahead.


Release Date: Fall 2024

Here's what we know: Kathryn Hahn reprises her role as the beloved witch Agatha Harkness. Presumably, she'll navigate her way out of her "nosy neighbor" persona, Agnes, to reclaim her powers and confront Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen), despite the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Alternatively, the series might introduce the elusive Mephisto. Head writer Jac Schaeffer draws inspiration from single-character spinoff shows like Rhoda and Frasier. Feige revealed the series' title at the 2022 Comic-Con, and Emma Caulfield, Aubrey Plaza, Joe Locke, Miles Gutierrez-Riley, and Ali Ahn have joined the cast. Notable additions include Debra Jo Rupp, Patti LuPone as Lilia Calderu, and Sasheer Zamata as Jennifer Kale, established magic users in Marvel Comics. Trey Sartorius's character "Nate Richards" may play a crucial role in the Multiverse Saga. Direction is helmed by Schaeffer, Gandja Monteiro, and Rachel Goldberg. Production seemingly wrapped before the strikes, with potential for additional shooting. In September 2023, Marvel altered the show's subtitle from Coven of Chaos to Darkhold Diaries.


Release Date: TBA

Here's the scoop: Riri Williams (played by Dominque Thorne) springs from the pages of Marvel comics, a robotics prodigy who crafts a suit of armor surpassing even Tony Stark's creations. With Tony's foes eyeing his tech, Riri's advanced armor becomes essential. Poet and Snowpiercer alum Chinaka Hodge takes the reins as head writer and executive producer. Anthony Ramos joins the cast in a mysterious role likened to Loki's Major, while Lyric Ross portrays Riri's closest confidante. Ryan Coogler's Proximity production company signs on, with Angela Barnes and Sam Bailey directing. Manny Montana, Shea Couleé, and Alden Ehrenreich bolster the cast, with filming reportedly wrapped. However, whispers hint at a potential 2024 or even 2025 release delay as Disney and Marvel recalibrate their production pace. Anji White is the latest addition to the ensemble, though concrete release details remain elusive.


Release Date: TBA

Here's the scoop: Charlie Cox hinted at potential future endeavors for his character post his cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Home, sparking speculation about Daredevil's fate. Mid-May 2022 brought confirmation of Marvel Studios crafting a Daredevil series for Disney+. Matt Corman and Chris Ord, of The Enemy Within fame, are reportedly executive producing. The show promises a fresh take on Daredevil while continuing from the Netflix series. Cox reprises his role as Matt Murdock, alongside Vincent D’Onofrio as Wilson Fisk. Notably absent are Elden Henson, Deborah Ann Woll, and Wilson Bethel. D’Onofrio's Blipped Kingpin, amid the Echo series and Daredevil, may rebuild his empire and rivalry with Matt. Feige revealed at Comic-Con that the series will be Marvel Studios' first 18-episode venture. New additions include Michael Gandolfini, Margarita Levieva, and Sandrine Holt, with Nikki M. James and Arrowverse alumni Jill Blakenship and Grainne Godfree joining the writing team. Jon Bernthal is reportedly returning as The Punisher. Holt assumes the role of Fisk’s wife, Vanessa. Homeland director Michael Cuesta helms the inaugural episode, with Arty Froushan in a pivotal role. Strikes in 2023 disrupted production, prompting a reevaluation to align with the Netflix series. Dario Scardapane steps in as head writer, with Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead slated to direct. Despite the upheaval, the program is confirmed for a second season. Amid resumed filming in early 2024, sightings of Bethel, Woll, and Henson spark intrigue, awaiting official confirmation from Marvel regarding their return.


Release Date: February 14, 2025

Here's the scoop: Following the finale of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, writers Malcolm Spellman and Dalan Musson embarked on crafting the script for the fourth Captain America film. Anthony Mackie, who sealed his deal in August 2021, reprises his role as Sam Wilson, continuing his journey as Cap in a post-Blip world. The film, helmed by Julius Onah, delves into Wilson's evolution as Captain America and his impact on a recovering society. Feige unveiled the film's title and release date at Comic-Con, with Tim Blake Nelson returning as The Leader, and Harrison Ford stepping in for William Hurt as Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross. Marvel disclosed Ross's role as the President of the United States, while Liv Tyler signed on to reprise her role as Betty Ross. Titled Brave New World, the film's release was rescheduled to July of the following year. Despite production completion, Disney postponed the release to 2025, aligning with their strategy to manage Marvel's release schedule and post-production challenges.