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Every Upcoming Marvel Studios Movie And TV Show

From Fantastic Four and Iron Heart to a Black Panther II update and a Guardians of the Galaxy holiday special, here's everything Marvel revealed on Disney Investor Day 2020.


Honestly, you didn't think Lucasfilm was going to have all the fun, did you? While Disney Investor Day included a long list of new Star Wars movies and TV shows, the galaxy far, far away has officially been overshadowed. Marvel Studios, the final Disney group to present during the call, walked through its entire slate for the next few years and brought a lot to show off.

From trailers and casting announcements, to new movies, TV shows, and specials, Marvel Studios laid it all on the line to show people what it has up its sleeve. Even the Fantastic Four got to play a role. You can check out everything Marvel Studios announced, revealed, and updated us on below. Then sound off in the comments with your most anticipated Marvel project.


  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

We already know quite a bit about this film, including the recently revealed return of Rachel McAdams as Dr. Christine Palmer. However, it was also revealed that this film will introduce the character of America Chavez, known in the comics as Miss America. Sochi Gomez will play the role. The movie is set for theaters in December 2021.

  • Captain Marvel 2

The most exciting thing we learned about this movie is that Ms. Marvel, otherwise known as Kamala Khan, will appear in the film--alongside an adult version of Monica Rambeau. You'll read more about both of them below. The movie will be directed by Nia DaCosta.

  • Eternals

We learned nothing new about Eternals. This is a movie that's already wrapped production and is still set to arrive in theaters in 2021.

  • Black Widow

This is another movie we didn't really learn anything new about, though it's still headed to theaters exclusively.

  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

This is another Marvel film that has wrapped production, going to show Marvel Studios is ready to show the world several movies as soon as it's safe to do so.

  • Thor: Love and Thunder

Feige confirmed that the next Thor movie will begin production in January and revealed the villainous role Christian Bale will be playing, Gorr the God Butcher. Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, and Tessa Thompson all reprise their characters.

  • Blade

Another movie we didn't learn anything about, though Feige said the creative team is hard at work.

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

The next Ant-Man movie has a name and some new cast members. Kathryn Newton (Freaky) is joining to play Scott Lang's daughter Cassie, while Jonathan Majors will be taking on the role of Kang the Conqueror.

  • Black Panther II

The biggest takeaway here was that Marvel Studios will not recast T'Challa, following the death of Chadwick Boseman earlier this year. "However, to honor the legacy that Chad helped us build through his portrayal of the king of Wakanda, we want to continue to explore the world of Wakanda and all of the rich and varied characters introduced in the first film," Feige added. Writer/Director Ryan Coogler is working on the script for the film now, though there was no news about who would take on the Black Panther mantle.

  • Fantastic Four

It's finally happening. Marvel Studios is making a Fantastic Four movie and it even has a director. Jon Watts, who is responsible for the Tom Holland-starring Spider-Man movies, will helm the film.

Live-Action TV Shows

  • WandaVision

The first MCU TV show arrives in January and we got the best trailer for the show yet, during the call. It sets up the world of WandaVision and shows how it's falling apart. There are certainly moments that look scary. We also see the adult version of Monica Rambeau, first introduced as a child in Captain America, as she meets Wanda.

  • Falcon and the Winter Soldier

We also got a trailer for the Falcon and the Winter Soldier series. If it didn't get you hyped for the continuing adventures of Sam and Bucky, there's something wrong.

  • Loki

The first look at Tom Hiddleston's return for the Loki series was also revealed, giving the first look at Loki as essentially a time cop.

  • Ms. Marvel

The call gave fans the first taste of the upcoming Ms. Marvel series, which will debut on Disney+ in 2021. It was also revealed that Iman Vellani, who plays Kamala Khan in the show and in the upcoming film Captain Marvel 2, was cast through a virtual audition.

  • Hawkeye

Jeremy Renner is back as Hawkeye in a Disney+ series expected to launch in late 2021. Joining him are Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop, Vera Farmiga as her mom Eleanor, Fra Fee as Kazi, and Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez/Echo. What's more, Black Widow star Florence Pugh will reprise her role as Yelena Belova.

  • She-Hulk

It's finally been confirmed that Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslaney is playing She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters in the upcoming Disney+ series. Feige also confirmed that not only would Mark Ruffalo appear as Hulk, but Tim Roth would be reprising his role as Abomination. He also teased some other familiar faces. "Since Jennifer Walters is a lawyer who specializes specifically in superhero oriented legal cases, you never know what Marvel characters are going to pop up from episode to episode," he said.

  • Moon Knight

No casting news was revealed for Moon Knight. However, Feige gave some hints about what the show will be. "Bringing a whole new different vibe to the MCU, Moon Knight is an action adventure, Indiana Jones type story come to life as a Disney plus series, directed by Mohammed Diab," he explained. "The character Moon Knight is a complex vigilante who suffers from dissociative identity disorder and these multiple identities that live inside him are very distinct characters in the series. The backdrop of our story is incredible Egyptian iconography. Egyptology is something the world's always been fascinated by, and we're going to tap into the fun and bold way in Moon Knight."

  • Secret Invasion

"Next to Civil War, Secret Invasion is arguably the biggest crossover comic event of the last 20 years, and we're bringing it to Disney+," Feige revealed. "It's about a set of Skrulls who have infiltrated every level of life on Earth." Returning faces are Ben Mendelsohn as Talos and Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury.

  • Iron Heart

With Iron Man no more, Marvel Studios is moving forward with the story of Ironheart. Dominique Thorne will play Riri Williams in a live-action take on the Ironheart character, who is a genius inventor and happens to have the most advanced suit of armor on the planet. This and Secret Invasion will both tie into future MCU films.

  • Armor Wars

Why not more Tony Stark-adjacent stories? Don Cheadle will return as Rhodey in Armor Wars. "We're also well underway on a series for Disney+ based on Armor Wars, a classic Marvel story about Tony Stark's worst fear coming true," Feige teased. "It's what happens when his tech falls into the wrong hands."

Animated Shows

  • What If...?

The animated What If...? series got its first full trailer during the investor call, highlighting some of the strange stories it's going to explore.

  • I Am Groot

Disney+ will be the home to a series of shorts featuring Groot going on a series of adventures meeting "several new and unusual characters."


  • The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

What's this? A live-action holiday Guardians special? It's real, and it's probably going to be as funny as you'd expect. "One of the best things about expanding the MCU to Disney plus, is that our team of Marvel Studios is finally able to do some of the things we've always wanted to do, but didn't quite have the right outlet for, like produce our first ever live-action holiday special," Feige said. "In irreverent Guardians fashion, the Guardians of the Galaxy holiday special is going to be a lot of fun, especially since James Gunn is back to write and direct. In fact, we're going to shoot it during production of Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3." The special is scheduled to arrive during the 2022 holiday season.

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