Marvel Announcements From Disney Investor Day


Kevin Feige made several announcements of upcoming Marvel projects and it was also announced that they will not be recasting Chadwick Boseman as The Black Panther.

Here’s a list of some of the announcements:

“What If…?”

Honestly the animation is kind of cheap


Shang-Chi: And The Legend of the Ten Rings:



Ms. Marvel:


We are getting Monica Rambeau for Captain Marvel 2, but they are including Ms. Marvel as well.


The Eternals:



Hailee Steinfeld has been confirmed as Kate Bishop




Moon Knight:


Secret Invasion:




Riri Williams is being brought in. We know that America Chavez is going to be in the next Doctor Strange movie. We have Ms. Marvel now too and She-Hulk. Kate Bishop as Hawkeye and a new female Thor too. So Marvel is doing exactly what we said they would and took out all the male characters that people knew and are replacing them with the female counterparts.

This is concerning because a lot of the comics for these characters haven’t done great. Captain Marvel has been cancelled and restarted a bunch of times. But hey, Marvel likes losing money so let’s just double down on that.

They are also bringing in Armor Wars:


Like my husband predicted they also announced that they are going to move forward with The Fantastic Four as well.


Baby Groot Cartoon Shorts “I am Groot”


Christian Bale is going to play Goor the God Butcher in “Thor Love and Thunder”

Blade is still in the works:


Ant-Man and the Wasp 3 will be called Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

To top it all off is the announcement of The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special:


So there it is.  Some of it sounds good. Some of it sounds ehhh.

What do you think? Comment and let us know.


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