Avengers: Endgame was the most ambitious crossover in the history of Marvel Cinematic Universe and was a sort of an end to the era for the Marvel Studios. Now, with the release dump date provided by Disney, it is suggested that the Mouse House is hoping to make the next 10 years of superhero cinema and television, even bigger than the one that has gone.
After the time when Endgame released, there was a considerate period of gap and inactivity in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and it is expected to continue till the year 2020. But now it looks like the Marvel Studios aims to produce around eight new films and TV shows every year for a decade. It will all start with the release of Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings on February 12th in the year 2021. This movie will shortly be followed by the premieres of two live-action Disney plus shows which are titled as WandaVision and Loki.
It is expected of the two series lay some of the groundwork for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness which is planned to hit the theatres on the 7th of May. It will be before the release of another Disney plus show titled as What If …? which will come out in the summers. After this, Spiderman 3 is scheduled to come out in cinemas on the 16th of July. The next TV series will be Hawkeye, which will release in the fall of 2021. And then finally, the whole busy schedule of the year will come to an end with the release of Thor: Love and Thunder on the 5th of November.
This glides us to the year 2022 in which the only movie with a confirmed release date and a title is Black Panther 2, Marvel already has in store 3 additional untitled movies scheduled for the year.