All 13 Marvel Movies Releasing After Black Widow | Screen Rant


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'Black Widow' has one end-credits scene. Here's what it means for future Marvel shows and movies. Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for Marvel's "Black Widow." INSIDER'Black Widow' has one end-credits scene. Here's what it means for future Marvel shows and movies.

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Scarlett Johansson's story in the MCU is now over, with the potential for a Black Widow sequel pinned on a legacy character taking over in her place, but seeing her own stand-alone movie after so long feels like justice. Natasha Romanoff's story had left breadcrumbs of intrigue, from the teases of her past in The Avengers through to what Age Of Ultron revealed more overtly. And while it all ended in Endgame with her death, Black Widow does still manage to look forward to the future of the MCU.

Even with Black Widow coming as late as July, 2021 will still see the release of another three MCU movies, before another five follow in 2022 with sequels sitting alongside the new characters making their franchise bows. Both sides of the MCU coin are equally exciting, as Marvel's behemoth series looks both to the past and the future, and the winners will be the fans who get the huge number of movies to look forward to, even without whatever the new X-Men property will be.

Alongside dragons, giant Foo Dogs and returning MCU characters like Wong and Abomination, Tony Leung stars as the Mandarin, Awkwafina plays Katy, Michelle Yeoh c0-stars as Jiang Nan, Fala Chen as Jiang Li, and former boxer Florian Munteanu is in as new MCU villain Razor Fist. The trailers so far have revealed a high-octane fighting tournament, a battle for Shang-Chi's destiny as the Mandarin's son, and lots of incredible action. Don't expect it to stick too closely to the comics, but it will certainly be a new world for MCU fans.

The impressive cast brings in Angelina Jolie as Thena, Kumail Nanjiani as Kingo, Richard Madden as Ikaris, Salma Hayek as Ajak, Brian Tyree Henry as Phastos, Don Lee as Gilgamesh, Gemma Chan as Sersi, Kit Harington as Black Knight, Barry Keoghan as Druig, and Lia McHugh as Sprite. So far, the story has remained impressively under-wraps, but if it ends up being anything like the sum of its parts, it'll be a slamdunk.

While Peter Parker's first MCU mentor bowed out with the tragic ending of Avengers: Endgame, he will have another in the shape of Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange. And with the weight of Far From Home's explosive ending still hanging on him and the target on his back set by Mysterio's deception and the returning J Jonah Jameson's public reveal of his secret identity, he's going to need the sorcerer. Alongside them, Peter's friends Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon) and MJ (Zendaya) will also return, fighting for space in what looks like the MCU's next packed event movie.

Heralded as Kevin Fiege's most hotly-anticipated new addition to the MCU before Phase 3's debut, Doctor Strange has become one of the MCU's most powerful characters, and the Multiverse of Madness will test those powers in unprecedented ways. The sequel will also see the reappearance of Elizabeth Olsen's Scarlet Witch after WandaVision's tantalizing ending tease, with Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams, and Chiwetel Ejiofor all also returning. And that's without mentioning Xochitl Gomez's America Chavez and whoever the villain is. If Spider-Man: No Way Home is packed, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has the potential to burst completely.

The big selling points are of course the return of Jane Foster as Mighty Thor, more of a team-up with the Guardians of the Galaxy (at least in the opening act) and the return of other key characters, including Tessa Thompson's Valkyrie, Jeff Goldblum's Grandmaster and Waititi himself as Korg. And that's without mentioning the MCU debut of Christian Bale as notorious Marvel villain Gorr the God Butcher. So that's a promise of increased drama, greater character development, and justice for Jane Foster, all tied together with the greater creative freedom Waititi earned from Ragnarok's success.

As well as Black Panther 2, a so-far-untitled Wakanda-set Disney+ show will follow, proving Marvel's commitment to expanding the world built on Boseman's shoulders. That's all that's known of the story focus of either project, but it is know that Letitia Wright, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Lupita Nyong'o, Winston Duke, and Angela Basset will all return. Rumors have suggested Namor may make his MCU debut, with Production Weekly suggesting a clash between Wakanda and Atlantis.

It will be an interesting dynamic to introduce Kamala Khan to her idol Captain Marvel at the same time as the latter revisiting the bad blood between her and Monica after her apparent estrangement from Maria Rambeau. If Secret Invasion sets up more Skrulls, then The Marvels surely follows up on the ending of Captain Marvel, possibly throwing in the new dynamic of Skrull on Skrull action. So far, the only new additions to the cast are Zawe Ashton as the unnamed villain and Park Seo-Joon, who is strongly rumored to have joined in an unknown role.

Kang's debut is the biggest selling point, considering his potential to take over the mantle of the MCU's big bad from Thanos, and he absolutely deserves this to be the initial set-up to a full Avengers movie event. Rudd and Lily share some of the best chemistry in the MCU and hopefully their dynamic will now be matched with the drama necessary to make Ant-Man stand-alones a premium sub-brand for the MCU after the comparatively muted reception of Ant-Man & The Wasp.

So far, story details for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 are being kept completely under wraps, though it has been confirmed that it will take place after the events of Thor: Love & Thunder, suggesting Thor may no longer be involved. The principal cast of Chris Pratt, Dave Bautista, Zoe Saldana, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Karen Gillian, and Pom Klementieff are expected to return, with Sean Gunn presumably in the mix too as Kraglin and the on-set stand-in for Groot and Rocket. The plot will presumably pick up from the end of Endgame, with Star-Lord looking for Gamora.

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