The Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Five & Six Timeline, Explained

Typical, you wait for one MCU film, and 16 come at once. This past weekend, Marvel Studios president, Keven Feige, was on hand at Comic-Con with a host of talent to announce the score of films that are set to come our way in the next few years.

Illustrated by a big picture backdrop of the timeline at the event, there will simply be no way to escape the multiverse as it takes over TV, film, social media and probably every other facet of popular culture up to 2025. Face it: it’s a superheroes world, and we’re just living in it.

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Highlights look set to be the Ant-Man sequel, Loki series two, Bladethe new, Chris Evans-less Captain America and two more outings for the Avengers.

Feige explained that we’ve just come to the end of the neat-but-inexplicable Phase 4, while Phase 5 is due to start next year and Phase 6 will be the end of 2024, and all three of these phases will collectively be known as the “multiverse saga”.

In the meantime, here’s the cut-out-and-keep guide to when all these productions will be hitting the screen, in one handy place:

MCU Phase 5 Timeline

17 February, 2023

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

The long-awaited follow-up to the creepy crawly superhero debut, also now with added Bill Murray.

Spring 2023

Secret Invasion (Disney+)

A new series featuring characters who first met in Captain Marvel – Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and Ben Mendelsohn as the Skrull Talos. Expect shape-shifting Skrulls who have infiltrated Earth.

May 5, 2023

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

One of the starriest ensemble action movies, featuring Chris Pratt, Sly Stallone, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper and Will Poulter, will see the gang reunite to defend the universe.

Summer 2023

Echo (Disney+)

This spinoff from Hawkeye – featuring Alaqua Cox in the lead role – tells the origin story of Echo, aka Maya Lopez.

Summer 2023

Loki season 2 (Disney+)

Series two of the hit Tom Hiddleston-fronted show returns. We don’t know much plot-wise yet, but we do know it’s been filmed in London.

28 July, 2023

The Marvels

Intended as a sequel to Captain Marvel, and a continuation of Ms. marvel, it’ll be old Fresh Meat‘s brilliant Zawa Ashton as a nefarious villain.

Nov 3, 2023

Blade

It’s a re-up for this character, first famously portrayed by Wesley Snipes. This time round, it stars the dawn Mahershala Ali as Eric Brookes, the vampire hunter.

Autumn 2023

Ironheart (Disney+)

We got our first glimpse of Ironheart in the trailer for Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverand now Riri Williams (Dominique Thorne) is set to get her own spin-off series.

Winter 2023/24

Agatha: Coven of Chaos (Disney+)

Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hayn) was the undercover villain we all loved to hate in WandaVision, through which she spawned a million memes. Now this series will explore her past.

Spring 2024

Daredevil: Born Again (Disney+)

Disney managed to poach this series from Netflix and now the Frank Miller comic has been given an upgrade, but will still feature Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio as Daredevil and the Kingpin.

May 3, 2024

Captain America: New World Order

It’s the big one: Anthony Mackie replaces Chris Evans as the shield-wielding superhero, with Julius Onah on directing duties.

6 July, 2024

Thunderbolts

This is for the brand new content crew: all we know so far is that they are a band of reformed supervillains founded by Baron Zemo who disguised themselves as heroes after the Avengers were killed.

Phase 6

8 November, 2024

Fantastic Four

A reboot of the 2015 film featuring Mr Fantastic, Human Torch, The Thing and Invisible Woman. All movie adaptations of this classic superhero team have been cursed so far, but can they shake it this time?

2 May and 5 November, 2025

Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars

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