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Marvel has had a bit of a shake-up of its film release schedule, delaying many of its upcoming projects by varying degrees. If you're familiar with the Marvel Cinematic Universe then you may well know how precisely Disney has its future all planned out. We normally know the release dates of these movies months and months in advance but now, many of them have had their launches pushed back.
As reported by Comicbook.com, Marvel and Disney have pushed back a bunch of their upcoming films. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was set to launch on March 25 2022, but will now release on May 6 2022. Thor: Love and Thunder was set for May 6 and has been pushed to July 8 2022. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was set to release July 8, but is now set for November 11. The Marvels was slatted for November 11 but will now release on February 17 2023. Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania was set for February 17 2023, but is now set for July 28 2023. As you may have noticed, these films all moved back one place in the schedule.
Though these other films might be delayed, Spider-Man: No Way Home is still set for its December release...
Additionally, there have been two movies removed from the public schedule and one untitled project moved forward from November 10th 2023, to November 3rd. Comicbook suspects that one of the untitled projects that have been removed from the schedule is Blade which is interesting. It might just be that these projects are now so far in the future that there isn't a clear idea of when they will release.
But don't fret - although these films have moved, Marvel will certainly fill up the time with other Disney+ content like TV series. Agatha from WandaVision has just got her own spin-off confirmed, for example, and we know there's going to be a season two of Loki as well. That Marvel itch will be scratched somehow, don't you worry.
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