Marvel announces changes to its films: Doctor Strange 2, Thor Love, Thunder and Black Panther postpone release date
Film and Television So what are the new dates for the MCU
Changes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe are coming in 2022. Walt Disney Studios announced on Monday Changes in release dates of his next films, and only three premieres for next year are left out of the four confirmed films in the MCU.
Affected films extend through 2023 Include the Doctor Strange in the multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Wonderland, Ant-Man and the Hornet: KwandaIn addition to a project that does not yet have a title, it has been incremented for another week and two projects have been removed from the calendar.
No delays have been reported for this year’s premieres, so The Eternals arrives on November 5 and Spider-Man: No Way home in December.
All changes from Marvel Studios on their movie release dates:
- Doctor Strange in Multiple Insanity (Disney), previous date 3/25/22 moved to 5/6/22
- Previously THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER (Disney) 5/6/22 moved to 8/7/22
- BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER (Disney) moved pre-8/7/22 to 11/11/22
- Marvels (Disney) dated 11/11/22 is now 2/17/23
- ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA (Disney) moved earlier from 2/17/23 to 28/7/23
- UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) has been removed on 7/28/23 from the program
- UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) dated 10/6/23 has been removed from the program
- UNTITLED MARVEL (Disney) Backdated on 10/11/23 Moves to 3/11/23