Marvel Studios Pushes Back Release Dates for Entire 2022-2023 Film Slate

Marvel Studios is pushing back its entire 2022-2023 film slate.

Disney made the shocking announcement Monday morning, and there’s no clear reason as to why they’re moving the entire slate of Marvel movies back.

Maybe it was in anticipation of a possible strike? Or could it be that Disney has agreed to not overwork its people? Maybe Thanos snapped some production people entirely?

Whatever the case may be, the MCU is slowing down beginning with Doctor Strange 2. Here’s the current release schedule for the next two years of Marvel movies…

Marvel Studios 2022-23 New Release Dates (Updated 10/18/21)

  • DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS (Disney) previously dated on 3/25/22 moves to 5/6/22
  • THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER (Disney) previously dated on 5/6/22 moves to 7/8/22
  • BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER (Disney) previously dated on 7/8/22 moves to 11/11/22
  • THE MARVELS (Disney) previously dated on 11/11/22 moves to 2/17/23
  • ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA (Disney) previously dated on 2/17/23 moves to 7/28/23
  • UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) previously dated on 7/28/23 is removed from schedule
  • UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) previously dated on 10/6/23 is removed from schedule
  • UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) previously dated on 11/10/23 moves to 11/3/23

Two untitled Marvel movies were removed from the schedule entirely, with many suspecting them of being Blade and a reboot of The Fantastic Four.

Unaffected are this year’s MCU releases of The Eternals and Spider-Man: No Way Home.

It looks like it’ll be slow going for MCU Phase 4 for sure.

[Hat Tip: CCG, Source: ComicBook.com]


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