Marvel has ventured into a brave new world after the release of Avengers: Endgame. A new era of superhero ushers with the original six founding members scattered about. A New generation of superheroes will take over the mantle of the Avengers. Marvel is about to give you a whole new world of awesomeness. And leading the charge will be its future movie slate and TV Shows that are so awesome they leave nothing else to be desired for. Presenting – All Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies & TV Shows coming after Avengers: Endgame.
Spider-Man: Far From Home
We start off this list with the most obvious entry. Spider-Man: Far From Home is the next movie in line to be released after Avengers: Endgame. The wall-crawler is about to meet a new friend/enemy in the form of Mysterio. Far From Home will also introduce us to the concept of multiple universes – the Multi-Verse. The movie will see the return of Nick Fury and Maria Hill. Spider-Man: Far From Home will surely be a roller-coaster ride.
Black Widow will be the last rodeo of Scarlett Johansson playing the titular character. The movie will be set after the events of Captain America: Civil War. The actress is rumored to be taking a huge paycheck for this solo movie. Black Widow will see the super spy from Shield using her superior espionage skills to stop the bad guys. Stranger Things star Florence Pugh and David Harbour are also set to join the movie.
The movie about the race to which Thanos belongs to, the Eternals are going to fill the void that was originally set to be filled by the Inhumans, another superhuman race in the Marvel Universe. Several famous stars like Richard Madden, Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani and Ma Dong-Seok are set to join. It will be directed by Chloe Zhao.
Shang-Chi will be the first Marvel movie to feature a non-white actor in a lead role. Created by Jim Starlin and Steve Engelhart, Shang-Chi is a master martial artist and will be one of the backbones of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s phase 4. It is part of the projects promised by Kevin Feige, President at Marvel Studios, to turn the MCU into a racially diverse world.
Black Panther 2
The records that the first Black Panther movie broke were a clear indication that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going to have a sequel to that movie. Black Panther 2 will take us further into the history and culture of Wakanda and introduce new threats to the Marvel Universe. Ryan Coogler, the Director of Black Panther and Black Panther 2, had this to say and we quote:
“When it comes to making a sequel, I’ve never done it before, a sequel to something that I’ve directed myself,” he added. “So I think there’s gonna be a lot of pressure there, but what we’re going to try to do is just focus on the work, like we always do. Really try to go step by step and try to quiet everything else around us, really focus on trying to make something that has some type of meaning.”
Doctor Strange 2
Doctor Strange 2 will be directed by none other than Horror movie legend Scott Derrickson. The movie will reportedly feature the debut of Brother Voodoo, a successor to Doctor Strange as the Sorcerer Supreme in the comic book universe of Marvel, and Clea. The movie is being directed by a Horror movie veteran so we believe the villain the movie is eyeing to make its antagonist is none other than Nightmare, King of the Dream Dimension.
GOTG Volume 3
The movie that is not as anticipated yet garnered the most attention – Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 will see the return of the Guardians to battle new other-worldly threats. Guardians of the Galaxy 3 was supposed to be directed by James Gunn but he was replaced abruptly after reports of online sexual misconduct. He has been reassigned by Disney to the GOTG Volume 3 project since. James Gunn is currently busy heading The Suicide Squad project of the DCEU. So, it will take some time for him to get his hands in GOTG Volume 3. Expect a release date no earlier than 2022.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is the first TV Show announced for Disney’s upcoming Disney+ online streaming service. While there are going to be a lot more TV Series based off of Marvel characters in Disney+, we are particularly excited for this one because it will see the Falcon portray the new Captain America as well as show the dynamic, fan-favorite relationship between the Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The last time we saw the two together in action was in Civil War.
WandaVision will be the TV Series focusing on the Vision and the Scarlet Witch. Many claim that it will feature the magical underbelly of the MCU and the criminal underworld. That is something that the MCU has been able to hide from the fans for quite some time now. It is time they showed us that. Actress Elizabeth Olsen, who plays Scarlet Witch in the MCU, had this to say about the show set for a 2020 release date:
“There’s quite a few other comic books that we’re pulling from and it’s gonna be Wanda and the Vision and I think at the Disney+ launch chat, they showed a photo of us in the ’50s, and I think that’s a good teaser,” Olsen shared with Variety about the new series. “It’s gonna be really fun. I’m really excited.”
The TV Show that will feature the most anticipated return of Loki, the God of Mischief is set for release the next year. Loki will reveal Tom Hiddleston back as the Trickster God, after his death following the events of Infinity War. While Loki is dead in the present timeline, the fact that he escaped with the Space Stone in an alternate timeline created during the events of Endgame might be of some clue as to how he returns from the dead.
There are no Avengers without Hawkeye. Just think about it – he hung up his bow and arrow for once and half of the universe was turned to dust. What would we do without Hawkeye? Turns out, the answer to that question is coming to us quite soon after Jeremy Renner will play the eponymous character on screen and the story will involve Hawkeye giving up his mantle to the younger Kate Bishop.
The Spirit of Vengeance got a new lease at life at the small screens thanks to Gabriel Luna portraying the character in Agents of Shield. Ghost Rider is going to be headed by Ingrid Escajeda. Luna had this to say:
“I couldn’t be more excited and honored to be handed the reins to a Marvel character as beloved as GHOST RIDER. This story hits every note for me—my love for grounded yet conflicted characters and my desire to scare the $&!# out of people! It’s important to me to find a take that thrills existing fans as well as wider audiences and I believe we’ve done just that,” Escajeda said in a statement through Marvel.
Helstrom is one of the two newest additions to the MCU family. The show will focus on the Helstrom twins – Daimon and Ana Helstrom. It will be headed by Paul Zbyszewski who is also an executive producer of the series.
“As a lifelong Marvel fan, I feel incredibly fortunate to help bring this darker, thrilling corner of the comic book universe to life, and I’m just grateful to everyone at Marvel Television and Hulu for the opportunity,” Zbyszewski said in a statement. “Marvel’s known for all the heart, humor, and action they put into every series, but this time around we’re adding some scares to that mix. I think we’ve found a compelling way to dissect some of our deepest fears through the experiences of our two lead characters.”