Every Confirmed Marvel Movie and TV Show: Here’s What We Know


Get ready to mark your calendars because the next few years are packed with Marvel adventures! From high-octane movies to intriguing TV shows, Marvel Studios is set to bring a whole new level of superhero action to screens. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just love a good blockbuster, here’s a sneak peek into what’s confirmed and coming up in the Marvel universe.

Deadpool & Wolverine

“Deadpool & Wolverine” unites Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman in an R-rated Marvel spectacle set to release on July 26, 2024. This film marks a major milestone as Marvel Studios’ first R-rated project, continuing the edgy and humorous style familiar to Deadpool fans.

Venom: The Last Dance

“Venom: The Last Dance” promises to conclude the Venom trilogy with Tom Hardy returning as Eddie Brock. After battling other symbiotes in previous films, this installment may introduce new connections and challenges, hitting theaters on October 25, 2024.

Kraven The Hunter

Sony’s “Kraven The Hunter” brings one of Spider-Man’s most formidable foes to the big screen with Aaron Taylor-Johnson playing the title role. Anticipate a deeper dive into the character’s origins in this intense narrative, with its release slated for December 13, 2024.

Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man

Set for release in 2024, “Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man” offers an animated twist on the Spider-Man saga. This series will explore alternative storylines in a unique animated style.

Marvel Zombies

Expected in 2024, “Marvel Zombies” will take a darker turn, exploring a zombified Marvel Universe. This series is set to offer a unique and thrilling take on familiar heroes.

Agatha: Darkhold Diaries

Scheduled for release in Fall 2024, “Agatha: Darkhold Diaries” spins off from the hit “WandaVision” series. Kathryn Hahn returns as Agatha Harkness in a story filled with magic, mystery, and potentially, musical numbers.

Captain America: Brave New World

Anthony Mackie takes up the shield in “Captain America: Brave New World,” with its premiere on February 14, 2025. This film will explore the journey of Sam Wilson as the new Captain America, facing new threats and political intrigue.


The “Thunderbolts” are Marvel’s answer to a darker, more complex team of antiheroes, set for release on May 2, 2025. This ensemble will include characters like Red Guardian and Yelena Belova, undertaking murky missions with high stakes.

The Fantastic Four

Rebooting Marvel’s original superhero team, “The Fantastic Four” is scheduled for July 25, 2025. Directed by Matt Shakman, this version promises to skip the origin story and dive straight into the adventures of Reed Richards, Sue Storm, Johnny Storm, and Ben Grimm.


Mahershala Ali stars as the iconic vampire hunter in “Blade,” set to release on November 7, 2025. This film aims to blend horror with superhero action, introducing Blade to a new generation.

Daredevil: Born Again

“Daredevil: Born Again” brings back Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock in a new series exploring the deeper layers of Daredevil’s world. While there’s no confirmed release date, we can expect it to debut on Disney+ in 2025.

Avengers: The Kang Dynasty

“Avengers: The Kang Dynasty” will feature a new lineup of Avengers facing off against complex, multiverse-spanning threats. This major team-up is expected to arrive in theaters on May 1, 2026.

Avengers: Secret Wars

Following closely after, “Avengers: Secret Wars” is set for May 7, 2027. This film is poised to be a monumental crossover, potentially reshaping the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a storyline involving multiple realities.


“Ironheart” introduces Riri Williams as a genius inventor who creates the most advanced suit of armor since Iron Man. The series is still in development with no set release date but promises to continue Tony Stark’s legacy.

Wonder Man

The “Wonder Man” series is in the works with no confirmed release date. This show will delve into the life of Simon Williams, a man who becomes a superhero with ionic energy powers, promising a blend of action and drama.

Nova series

The “Nova” series is set to bring the cosmic side of the Marvel Universe to the forefront, focusing on Richard Rider, a member of the intergalactic police force. This project is currently in development with no specified release date.

Marvel Wakanda series

An untitled series set in Wakanda is under development, exploring the rich culture and history of this technologically advanced nation. While the release date remains unconfirmed, the series is expected to dive deep into the lore of Black Panther’s home.

Armor Wars

“Armor Wars” will follow War Machine dealing with the fallout from Tony Stark’s technology falling into the wrong hands. Originally planned as a series, it has been re-envisioned as a film, though its release date is still to be confirmed.

Spider-Man 4 & New MCU Trilogy

The next chapter for Spider-Man in the MCU is eagerly awaited, with “Spider-Man 4” hinting at new challenges and darker themes for Peter Parker. Details remain scarce, and the release date is yet to be announced.

Vision Quest

“Vision Quest” will follow the story of Vision trying to reclaim his memory and humanity. This series is still in the early stages of development and has not been scheduled for release yet.

What If…? Season 3

The third season of “What If…?” continues to explore alternative realities within the MCU. The release date is still under wraps, but the series is known for its creative twists on the canonical events of the Marvel Universe.

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