Comic-Con 2019: All The Marvel Studios Announcements In One Place

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding.


The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding--big time. The studio laid out several new movies coming in the MCU's Phase 4 during its panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, starting with Black Widow on May 1, 2020, and including several other movies and TV series to build fan's hype.

Panel-goers got a close look at Black Widow, the first standalone film for the Avengers character played by Scarlett Johansson. That movie is a prequel, filling in the backstory of the former Agent of SHIELD and Russian spy. Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige filled fans in on the movie's cast, and there was even a trailer that ran during the panel. Fans also heard about other movies coming in 2020, including The Eternals and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and new information about previously announced series Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki.

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We've got all the big announcements below to bring you up to speed instantly. You should also check out our Comic-Con hub for a rundown of all the news to come out of this year's convention, including from Marvel, and beyond.

Release Schedule

Here's everything that's coming in 2020 and 2021 in the MCU, including movies and series, and when you can expect to see them.

Black Widow

The Avenger's standalone film is a prequel that digs into her pre-SHIELD Agent past, and Marvel finally revealed when it'll hit theaters.


Marvel Studios boss confirmed Eternals is really, truly coming in Phase Four, and it'll be "full Jack Kirby."

Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings

Marvel is digging up elements it introduced in the Iron Man movies, including terrorist organization Ten Rings and the Mandarin, the "real" version of the supervillain.

Doctor Strange 2: Madness In The Multiverse

Doctor Strange is coming back, with the MCU multiverse opening up a whole lot more mystical stuff for him to deal with.

Thor: Love And Thunder

Marvel revealed the title of Thor 4, which is helmed by Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi and will see the return of Natalie Portman's character, Jane Foster.


Yup, Blade is happening--and it'll star Mahershala Ali as the half-vampire superhero.

Falcon And The Winter Soldier

Here's what's going on when Captain America's best friends team up in the upcoming Disney+ show.


Wanda and Vision are bringing some romance to the MCU with their Disney+ series.


Marvel explained a little about the mischief and mayhem Loki is liable to get up to, now that he's free in the universe post-Endgame.

What If...?

Marvel is exploiting the multiverse with What If...?, an animated series that sees heroes and villains thrown into strange situations.


We finally learned a bit about the upcoming series starring the sharpshooting Avenger.

Fantastic Four and X-Men

Marvel also hinted that the Fantastic Four and mutants would make their way into the MCU, thanks to Disney's purchase of Fox's movie wing.

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