Marvel unveils list of films coming to 2023 following coronavirus delays


Marvel is hoping to bring people back to theaters after the coronavirus pandemic by unveiling its highly anticipated next movie slate through 2023.

On Monday, Marvel Entertainment released a new trailer for upcoming episodes of what has been dubbed the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which makes up the roster of heroes and characters in the “Avengers” world.

As well as revealing release dates for titles such as “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” and “Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 3,” the video also offers a first look at the very awaited film “The Eternals”.

The video begins on a note of nostalgia, showing a sizzling reel of some of the franchise’s most beloved fan-favorite moments, including the decisive battle in the 2019 movie “Avengers: Endgame.”

As the clips play, narration of late Marvel Comics giant Stan Lee discussing the concept of family plays in the background.

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Marvel Entertainment has unveiled its next slate of films through 2023, including the release of “Black Widow”.
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After that, footage from “Eternals” and the recently released trailer for “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” appear to inspire viewers to expect new heroes to join the universe. .

Eternals was first teased in 2018, but its release, like many, has been hampered by the pandemic. Now, in addition to the hype that was already behind its back, “Eternals” can boast of having now Oscar-winning director Chloe Zhao, fresh out of her Best Director win for “Nomadland,” at the helm.

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The video then reveals title cards for upcoming films starting with “Black Widow” in July and running through “Guardians” in May 2023.

The current list of Marvel movies is as follows:

“Black Widow”: July 9, 2021

“Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings”: September 3, 2021

“The Eternals”: November 5, 2021

“Spider-Man: No Way Home”: December 17, 2021

“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”: March 25, 2022

“Thor: Love and Thunder”: May 6, 2022

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”: July 8, 2022

“Les Merveilles”: November 11, 2022

“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”: February 17, 2023

“Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 3”: May 5, 2023

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The teaser also includes a brief preview of Number 4, which fans know is a clue that Marvel Comics’ “first family” The Fantastic Four will be entering the MCU in the near future.

Marvel Entertainment boss Kevin Feige previously announced that a project involving the classic characters was in the works, but there hasn’t been more information beyond that.

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The video ends with the words “See you in the movies” displayed on the screen, signaling that the superhero franchise is ready to resume operations as usual.



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