As fully unveiled at San Diego Comic Con over the weekend, here is Marvel Studios’ full list of confirmed projects and their scheduled release dates and platforms through 2025. Should you reach the end and think, “That seems like a lot,” you are not wrong but you sort of are: there’s actually at least nine other untitled, unrevealed projects to later be stirred in near the end.
I Am Groot – Disney+, August 10, 2022
An animated series that will test whether we’ll get sick of this cutesy-little-near-nonverbal-version-of-a-character schtick before they go all-in on Grogu Adventures.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law – Disney+, August 17, 2022
The comedy series stars Tatiana Maslaney as Jennifer Walters, Bruce Banner’s cousin, a lawyer who is hit with a powerful dose of yassa rays to become the Incredibly Hot She-Hulk.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Theaters, November 11, 2022
T’Challa is dead, so someone else is going to have to step up to take on the Black Panther mantle when Namor arrives in his booty shorts.
Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special – Disney+, December
Peter Quill and his ragtag crew will finally reveal if any of them are Jewish.
What if…? (Season 2) – Disney+, Early 2023
Marvel will once again explore weird and wild superhero alternate-universe questions asked by some dipshit on Reddit.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania – Theaters, February 17, 2023
This time, Scott Lang’s daughter gets in on the shrinking adventure as they explore the quantum realm, where it’s more excusable for Marvel to blatantly green-screen every goddamn shot.
Secret Invasion – Disney+, Spring 2023
Nick Fury and Maria Hill reunite in a series that sees them face off against shapeshifting extraterrestrials the Skrulls. When anyone could be an alien infiltrator, who can be trusted with your spare keys?
Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 3 – Theaters, May 5, 2023
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo by doing a tequila shot for every “I am Groot!”
Echo – Disney+, Summer 2023
Hawkeye mob boss Maya Lopez—aka Echo—returns in her own series that will see her finally meet Daredevil and, god willing, the Bunnymen.
Loki (Season Two) – Disney+, Summer 2023
Loki and Owen Wilson are back together—but now in a different timeline! Will this be the one that delivers on the long-teased jet-ski scene?
The Marvels – Theaters, July 28, 2023
Carol Danvers, Kamala Khan, and Monica Rambeau team up to finally bring recognition to the Marvel brand name.
X-Men ‘97 – Disney+, Fall 2023
The Saturday morning cartoon of the 1990s returns in a rare instance of pandering to aging geeks.
Blade – Theaters, November 3, 2023
Mahershala Ali makes his debut as vampire-hunter Wesley Snipes ‘98.
Ironheart – Disney+, Fall 2023
Tony Stark is gone, but there’s a new super-suit-wearing super-genius in the MCU. And this one is a teenage girl instead of the guy from Chaplin.
Agatha: Coven of Chaos – Disney+, Winter 2023
You know how sometimes it’s a mistake to do too good of a job at work, because then they just end up giving you more bullshit to do? That’s sort of the situation with Kathryn Hahn and WandaVision.
Daredevil: Born Again – Disney+, Spring 2024
A continuation of the popular Netflix series that will see Charlie Cox fight through the vast hallway that is Vincent D’Onofrio’s womb.
Captain America: New World Order – Theaters, May 3, 2024
New Cap Sam Wilson gets his first feature film, where he faces an unexpected villain: the nWo’s “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan!
Thunderbolts – Theaters, July 26, 2024
Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s Valentina Allegra de Fontaine recruits villains to become a team of reluctant antiheroes in what will be the second remake of Suicide Squad in three years.
Marvel Zombies – Disney+, 2024
Superheroes meet the undead in the hottest CW series of 2015.
Spider-Man: Freshman Year – 2024
An animated series that sees Peter Parker in ninth grade and constantly jacking off.
Fantastic Four – November 8, 2024
Two siblings, a husband, and this other guy become fairly remarkable.
Avengers: The Kang Dynasty – Theaters, May 2, 2025
Probably Kang’s remake of 1980s primetime soap opera Dynasty. It’s three years and over two-dozen projects out, so who knows?
Avengers: Secret Wars – Theaters, November 7, 2025Assuming this is drawing from 2015’s Secret Wars comics (themselves loosely based on 1984’s eponymous storyline), this will likely wrap up what Marvel Studios is calling “The Multiverse Saga” with some alternate universes colliding, combining to create the imaginatively-named Battleworld. With Secret Wars hitting theaters just six months after the likely-massive setup of Kang Dynasty, this is sure to have the sloppiest CGI yet!