In a recent interview with Argentinian radio station 221 Radio, Marvel Studios’ long-time producer Victoria Alonso, who has recently been promoted as the studio’s President of Physical, Post Production, VFX & Animation, has opened up about the future of the expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Alonso confirmed that the blockbuster studio currently has 31 MCU projects in development. It’s unclear if the said number pertains to projects that haven’t been announced yet or if the total also includes previously confirmed projects such as the Blade and Fantastic Four films.
Despite a full-year delay caused by the ongoing pandemic, Marvel Studios has still successfully managed to kick off their Phase 4 to a great start. So far, the company has already released four Disney+ series and two films, which have been well-received by critics and fans, who are excited with the direction that the franchise is going.
The blockbuster studio currently has three remaining releases for this year including the Disney+ Hawkeye series, Chloe Zhao’s star-studded Eternals film, and Spider-Man: No Way Home starring Tom Holland and Benedict Cumberbatch.
For other upcoming projects that Marvel Studios had already confirmed, you can check them out below along with their release dates and status:
Ms. Marvel – 2022 (Post-Production)
Moon Knight – 2022 (Filming)
She-Hulk – 2022 (Filming)
Secret Invasion – 2022 (Pre-Production)
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special – December 2022
Ironheart – TBA
Armor Wars – TBA
Loki Season 2 – TBA
What If…? Season 2 – TBA
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – March 25, 2022 (Post-Production)
Thor: Love and Thunder – May 6, 2022 (Post-Production)
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – July 8, 2022 (Filming)
The Marvels – November 11, 2022 (Filming)
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania – February 17, 2023 (Filming)
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 – May 5, 2023 (Pre-Production)
Fantastic Four – TBA
Blade – TBA
Deadpool 3 – TBA
The said 31 projects might potentially include Anthony Mackie’s Captain America 4, the Hawkeye spin-off Echo series, and the Wakanda-centered series, which still haven’t been confirmed by Marvel Studios. However, in a previous interview, executive producer Brad Winderbaum teased that the company is already developing multiple animated projects as well.