Confirmed Marvel Movies for 2024
February 7, 2023
Previously we talked about which are the movies that Marvel Studios has in mind for this year, if you haven’t seen the note yet, you can check it out here. But what about next year? Can we expect something in particular? The answer is yes.
The producer has confirmed some of the most expected movies for the next year and we’re here to tell you about it. Without further ado, these are some of the confirmed Marvel movies releasing after 2023.
MCU fans, are you ready?
Madame Web – February 16, 2024
To begin with, it should be highlighted that this is another non-MCU Marvel release. In fact, Madame Web belongs to the Sony Picture´s Universe of Marvel Characters. It tells the story of Cassandra Webb, a mutant and an ally of Spider-Man. This clairvoyant who’s both blind and paralyzed, relying on a spider web to survive.
For this project, Sony decided to rehired Morbius writers Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless, giving them a shor at redemption after the fiasco of that film with Jared Letto.
Furthermore, J. Clarkson, who worked on Jessica Jones and The Defenders, is attached to direct, and Dakota Johnson has been confirmed as the titular Madame Web. Madame Web will be Sony Pictures’ first Marvel property adaptation with a female lead.
Captain America: New World Order – May 3, 2024
The next Captain America film will be released on May 3rd, 2024 and it probably follows on from Falcon and the Winter Soldier as well as drawing on events from other projects in the interconnected MCU.
Everything seems to point that the movie will keep their original cast and the most exciting of all will be the debut of Sam Wilson’s character, as this will be his first solo film as the MCU’s new Captain.
And although at this point there are many fans excited, the truth us that perhaps the biggest headline regarding the fourth Captain America movie is that it will include Harrison Ford’s MCU debut as General “Thunderbolt” Ross, replacing the beloved William Hurt who died in 2022 after playing the character since MCU Phase 1.
To date, we don’t know not much else about the “Thunderbolt” Ross role in Captain America: New World Order, but the announcement of Indiana Jones/Han Solo himself picking up where William Hurt left off has rekindled rumors of Red Hulk finally making his MCU debut.
Moreover, this theory is further reinforced by the knowledge that this new Captain America movie will be immediately followed by Thunderbolts in the MCU line-up, which, by the way, has a July 26, 2024, release date.
Blade – September 6, 2024
Originally slated for 2023, the MCU Blade was delayed a year after their initial director Bassam Tariq stepped down. Then, the production was restarted with the script written by Stacy Osei-Kuffour, and the Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali is attached to play the vampiric/vampire-slaying titular hero.
Okay, but to be honest, we had a couple of hints that Blade was not too far off after Easter eggs teased his existence in Loki, and Mahershala Ali’s Blade was then confirmed to be the voice speaking to Kit Harrington’s Dane Whitman/Black Knight in Eternals.
Not much else is known beyond that beyond the absence of Wesley Snipes and that the film will be narratively placed closely with The Eternals, similar to the cosmic space opera connection between Thor and Guardians of the Galaxy.
Deadpool 3 – November 8, 2024
It’s been confirmed by his new owners Disney that the next time Deadpool is allowed to star in his own movie, it’ll be as part of the MCU. Moreover, we’ll of course have Ryan Reynolds back and as a special appearance, we will see again Hugh Jackman in his role as Wolverine/Logan for Deadpool 3, meaning the infamous Weapon-X survivors will finally arrive in the MCU, and both with their iconic fan-favorite Fox universe faces. Deadpool 3 is the first confirmed X-Men movie in development since Disney acquired Fox.
For now, we have come to the end. We haven’t included all the movies Marvel has confirmed for next year, but we’ll just say that there are new adventures and characters coming that you’ll love.