What Marvel movies are coming up in 2022? – Daily Movie
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has plenty of content in store for fans in 2022! Marvel Studios’ partnership with Disney guarantees them a platform for upcoming film and series projects. However, like Thanos bringing the Infinity Stones together, this has all been in the works for a very long time.
The public didn’t know what to expect when Marvel first released Iron Man film in 2008. They quickly fell in love with Robert Downey Jr. and his portrayal of the genius, billionaire and playboy philanthropist known as Tony Stark.
But, they didn’t know, this was just the first install of what would become the MCU. This ever-expanding universe of comedic adaptations of Marvel content has culminated in the release schedules that fans can look forward to next year.
Phase 1 was about developing the MCU version of The Avengers. This phase featured Steve Rogers as Captain America, Natasha Romanoff as Black Widow, Tony Stark as Iron Man, Clint Barton as Hawkeye, and Thor as. . . well, Thor. Longtime Marvel comic fans and fans who have never read a comic in their lives have finally had the chance to experience the MCU world.
He also introduced the concept of middle credit and post credit scenes. Small crumbs of worldbuilding, connecting the films and also paving the way for future phases. For example, SHIELD director Nick Fury was infamous for appearing in end credits scenes while recruiting for the motley superhero group.
Phase 2 was all about developing these characters and plots. In movies like Captain America: The Winter Soldier, we’ve seen The Avengers face higher stakes with more complex consequences. We also met new faces in Guardians of the Galaxy and The ant Man.
Phase 3 introduced the literal stakes of the end of the world as the characters were gradually removed, introduced, and their worlds expanded. Fans cried of sadness and victory as the Avengers fought their final battles against the Mad Titan. But the introduction of new characters in movies like Black Panther and Thor: Ragnarok promised new possibilities.
So, Phase 4!
Phase 4 began in 2021 with the Disney + releases of WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki. Three different series set the tone for mysticism mixed with real-world complications such as heartbreak, racism, and the difficulty of letting go.
Like the previous phases, future Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) projects will use these stories as the foundation that will impact future projects. Is Scarlet Witch’s official MCU origin story related to Dr. Strange? How does the final of Loki impact future projects? Is Sharon Carter Really A Mystic?
Okay, the latter is pure speculation. But speculating on possible story directions is a big part of the MCU fandom! So far, 2022 has given fans a lot of talking points as it continues the established tradition of sequels and character introductions.
Phase 4: Films
Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness is scheduled for March 25. Thor: Love & Thunder is scheduled for May 6. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is scheduled for July 8. Wonders is scheduled for November 11. Phase Four will also see the 2022 introduction of Morbius in an eponymous film that will be released on January 28.
Phase 4: Disney +
Upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films mostly include sequels of projects introduced in Phase Three. But the upcoming series on Disney + introduces comic book characters to the MCU for the first time.
Characters like She-Hulk (She-Hulk) and Riri Williams (Stone heart) will finally have their moment in the spotlight. During this time, Secret invasion and Armor wars will bring back familiar faces like Colonel James “Rhodey” Rhodes and the Skrulls.
MCU projects are getting darker and more complex. It works for some fans, but others might want something lighter. i am Groot is a short animated web series that follows Baby Groot on cute little adventures. Guardians of the Galaxy: Holiday Special special web inspired by Star Wars Holiday Special.
Are you excited to see the multiverse finally showcased to the MCU? Which character are you most excited to see on your screen? Let us know in the comments below!