Marvel Cinematic Universe - A complete Timeline of All the Upcoming
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is constantly expanding. The superhero franchise will only grow in 2022 and beyond thanks to these highly anticipated films.
Spider-Man: No Way Home has Marvel fans on the edge of their seats ahead of its December 17th release, and not just because of the cast.
With the inclusion of the multiverse, the concept was first explored in Loki and What If...? on Disney +, the film changed the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as we know it.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige even confirmed that the third Spider-Man film will pave the way for other exciting projects to be announced.
There's news. There will be multiple events,” the Marvel boss promised Screen Rant in December 2021. “Of course there will be a pandemic.
the way we advertise things has changed and changed and in some ways it's a good thing because it keeps the focus on what's next.
The current offer is not small. After Spidey (Tom Holland) hit theaters, Doctor Strange returns to the big screen with the Multiverse of Madness.
Disney+ delivers more Marvel content than ever before. New heroes including Moon Knight (Oscar Isaac), She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany), Ironheart (Dominique Thorne).