MCU Updates: The COVID-19 pandemic has postponed numerous blockbuster film airing and shooting. Not long ago, fans had some reason to trust it would be safe enough for the profoundly foreseen slate of Marvel and DC films to get their theatrical releases in late 2020, however, wellbeing precautions for the two moviegoers and filmmakers have pushed back a huge number of release dates.
On Oct. 6, Warner Bros. declared Dune’s air date has been pushed to Oct. 1, 2021, the Robert Pattinson-drove The Batman has been pushed to March 4, 2022, and The Flash has been moved to Nov. 4, 2022.
The exceptionally expected Wonder Woman spin-off, Wonder Woman: 1984, is still scheduled for a Christmas 2020 delivery, yet that could change at any second.
Disney recently reported it’s pushing back the arrival of its MCU films, similar to Black Widow, which should turn out in May 2020 yet is presently postponed until May 2021.
While it’s most likely a bummer for energetic Marvel and DC fans, the deferral on these movies could bring about a monstrous film industry resurgence once it is (ideally) safe to return to theaters in 2021. Given the entirety of the changed opening days, what hero films are turning out in 2021?
How many MCU movies are expected in 2021?
There will be at a minimum four Marvel theatrical releases in 2021—one for each season. Black Widow will bring the part 4 on May 7, 2021. The second film of Phase 4 will be Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, coming out on July 9, 2021. Shang-Chi needed to stop creation due to COVID, nonetheless, so it’s potential its coming could be deferred further.Image Source: Daily Superheroes
MCU Phase 4
The third film will be another new story—Eternals, coming out Nov. 5, 2021, which as per Variety is almost wrapped up. The fourth Phase 4 film will be the so far untitled Spider-Man: Far From Home continuation, coming out Dec. 17, 2021.
That is an incredible collection of stories to hang tight for. Fortunately for fans, Marvel’s TV series WandaVision will hit Disney+ in December 2020.
Thor: Love and Thunder, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Black Panther 2, and Captain Marvel 2 should all be turning out in 2022, as long as the movies can securely start creation in time.
How many DCEU movies are expected in 2021?
The James Gunn-coordinated Suicide Squad spin-off is the main DC Extended Universe film scheduled for a 2021 release. Should all things work out as expected, it will hit theaters on Aug. 6, 2021.
The Robert Pattinson-drove The Batman won’t be coming out until March 4, 2022, yet strikingly, it isn’t being made as a part of the DCEU. (Its release was additionally pushed back to 2022 as that Pattinson got COVID when they got back to set.
He was cleared to return to work toward the finish of September.) Ben Affleck could return as the caped vigilante for the DCEU in an independent Batman flick, yet he apparently needs inventive control of the task.
These release dates could be changed given the condition of the pandemic, yet one thing’s without a doubt: what hero fans are passing up in 2020 will be compensated for ten times once it’s protected to return to the motion pictures.