Marvel has released a new look at the next chapter of “Black Panther” and it’s powerful. The two-minute teaser shows Wakanda Chadwick Boseman, who died after a private battle with cancer in 2020 at age 43, but T’Challa is not forgotten. One thing is clear from the brief look: Boseman may be gone, but T’Challa played by Letitia Wright is not forgotten.
Marvel Studios announced Saturday at Comic-Con that it has scheduled the new Captain America movie for May 3, 2024 and a film called “Thunderbolts,” hitting theaters July 26, 2024. Also announced was more details on the lineup for the so-called fifth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The studio has set up a new installment of the Captain America franchise called “Captain America: New World Order,” in theaters May 3, 2024 and a film called “Thunderbolts,” hitting theaters on July 26, 2024.
Marvel announced the release date for its upcoming superhero film “Fantastic Four,” which kicks off Phase 6 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The new film, slated to be released November 8, 2024, will follow Phase 5’s two “Avengers” sequels — “The Kang Dynasty” (May 2, 2025) and “Secret Wars” (November 7, 2025). In television, Marvel unveiled a new series called “Daredevil: Born Again,” starring Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio, reprising their roles from the Netflix series that aired for three seasons. It streams in spring 2024. It also announced “Agatha: Coven of Chaos,” an original streaming winter 2023; “Ironheart,” set for fall 2023 and “Echo” for summer 2023. All the TV projects are included in Phase 5.