Marvel Studios announced release dates for its next 10 movies on Monday, featuring a menu geared toward meeting pent-up demand from superhero fans well into 2023.
First on the list is “Black Widow,” a movie that began filming about two years ago. Scarlett Johansson’s film, originally scheduled for release on May 1, 2020, Black Widow movie has seen its date moved multiple times thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns. It was postponed to November 6, 2020 and then to May 7 this Friday. In March, the studio announced a debut on July 9, which appears to have stalled.
“Eternals,” directed by Oscar winner Chloé Zhao, was originally scheduled to be released on November 6, 2020, but will now be released almost a year late on November 5.
“Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness ”moves nearly 11 months into the future, while“ Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings ”moves forward eight months. “Thor: Love and Thunder” advances only six months.
“See you at the movies,” reads Monday’s video news announcement. And here are the release dates for the five Marvel movies mentioned above, plus the sequels to “Spider-Man,” “Black Panther,” “Guardians of the Galaxy,” and more.