It’s a little hard to believe we’ve already made it through two whole phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Someone who was only one when the first Iron Man came out will be old enough to see him fight his friends in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War— assuming their parents let them see PG-13 movies, that is.

Crazier still, that same kid will be able to buy their own ticket by the time we get to some of the Marvel movies announced today. Time sure does fly.

Today’s news is that Ant-Man is getting a sequel, only this time it won’t be a solo film. Ant-Man and the Wasp is now set to hit theaters on July 6, 2018. Marvel superfans may recognize that as the date previously held by Black Panther. Don’t worry, that movie isn’t canceled, it’ll now actually be coming out a few months earlier on February 16, 2018. And then a little over a year after that we’ll be getting Captain Marvel.

But wait! That’s not all!

Marvel also¬†announced an additional three films. These movies do not have titles, so we have no idea who they’re going to be about, but here is what the full Marvel Cinematic Universe calendar looks like with these new additions.

Captain America: Civil War – May 6, 2016

Doctor Strange – November 4, 2016

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – May 5, 2017

Untitled Spider-Man Reboot – July 28, 2017

Thor: Ragnarok – November 3, 2017

Black Panther – February 16, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War – Part I – May 4, 2018

Ant-Man and the Wasp – July 6, 2018

Captain Marvel – March 8, 2019

Avengers: Infinity War – Part II – May 3, 2019

Inhumans – July 12, 2019

Untitled Marvel Movie – May 1, 2020

Untitled Marvel Movie – July 10, 2020

Untitled Marvel movie – November 6, 2020

That’s a lot of Marvel movies!

As for what those untitled entries could be, you can probably count on them being sequels. The timing would be right for them to be the follow-ups to Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and Captain Marvel. Spider-Man is the big asterisk in the lot. Since that is technically a co-production between Disney, Marvel Studios, and Sony, you can likely expect any news on more Spider-Man movies to come much farther down the line.


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