A published Disney calendar provides information about the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Although we’ve come to the end of an era with Avengers: Endgame, Disney seems to have many more plans for Marvel. In a calendar arranged for the next few years, Disney announced that by the end of 2022, 8 new Marvel movies will be on the big screen.
Two of the Marvel films will be seen in 2020 (1 May and 6 November), three in 2021 (12 February, 7 May and 5 November), and three in 2022 (18 February, 6 May and 29 July). The upcoming films are probably the sequel to the Black Panther film, Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. He will include 3 and Eternals, Shang-Chi, solo Black Widow and the second Dr.Strange.
In the classic Marvel universe, which has stepped into a more speculative stage, we can now see the X-men and the Fantastic Four, as you know, he bought Disney Fox.
The release date of the new X-men film, New Mutants, has been postponed again, this time in March 2020. New Mutants tells the story of the discovery of the powers of the five young mutants who are held in a non-mutant facility.
Disney has also guaranteed that we will see the new Star Wars movies from December 2022.