Going to the movies these days is expensive. The average movie ticket price in the states is $10. Factor in two adults + popcorn and drinks and you’re going to spend at least a thousand dollars every trip to the theater. I say that to say this; you better prepare your bank account now because Disney wants all your money.
Yesterday was the big Marvel panel at Comic-Con and it was there that we got a glimpse into the future of MCU. It was revealed that 10 projects would drop between 2020 and 2021. The announcement the set the internet ablaze was the return of Marvel’s Blade this time being portrayed by form Cotton Mouth actor Mahershala Ali.
Great actor, but I was confused considering the Netflix shows were apart of the MCU. I guess we’re going to act like those shows didn’t happen. There was also no release date on that film, the Fantastic 4 or X-men. I’ve listed the full list of movies and shows with release dates below.
- Black Widow (May 1st 2020)
- Falcon & Winter Soldier (Fall 2020)
- The Eternals (Nov.6 2020)
- Shang-Chi & The Legend Of The Ten Rings (Feb. 2021)
- WandaVision (Spring 2021)
- Doctor Strange & The Multiverse Of Madness (May 7th 2021)
- Loki (Spring 2021)
- What If….? (Summer 2021)
- Hawkeye (Fall 2021)
- Thor: Love & Thunder (Nov. 5th 2021)
Looks like they’re taking some risks this time around. What the most exciting announcement to you?
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