Another day, another rumor. That's how it goes here on the net, and this latest one is a doozy!
There's a slate making the rounds that claims to be the current plan for Marvel Studios
and their ever-expanding Cinematic Universe. While others covering the supposed plan have referred to it as Phase 4, based on the amount of movies, years, and types of films mentioned on the list I'd say this would also include Phase 5.
Here's the list, then we can cover some of the more notable aspects of this rumor:
May 1, 2020 - Guardians of the Galaxy
Jul 10, 2020 - Spider-Man: Coming Of Age
Nov 6, 2020 - Doctor Strange
Mar 5, 2021 - Black Widow
May 7, 2021 - Inhumans
Jul 9, 2021 - Black Panther 2
Nov 5, 2021 - Antman 3
Feb 4, 2022 - The Winter Soldier
May 6, 2022 - The New Avengers
Jul 8, 2022 - Nova
Nov 4, 2022 - Captain Marvel 2
Mar 3, 2023 - Sentry/Spider-Woman
May 5, 2023 - Inhumans 2
Jul 7, 2023- Spider-Man: Greatness Awaits
Nov 3, 2023 - Doctor Strange
So, let's see. I should start by saying I don't really buy this, but let's just examine it for fun.
If this is to be believed, then it would mean that Marvel Studios
is going to up their annual number of releases to four. It would also mean that they've worked out a compromise with nm2585802 autoIsaac Perlmutter
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Yeah, I'm doubting the hell out of this.
One of many red flags here is the Spider-Man flicks having anything other than a numerical sequel title at this point, when everything else has a number and not a title, and knowing that those scripts haven't even been written yet.
What, if anything, do you think is legit about this rumored slate?
Mario-f. Robles Psyched! Freakin' Finally seeing #XMenApocalypse tonight. It's in 3D, which blows. But it'll do. about a day ago