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Marvel Studios Confirms Release Dates Up To 2026

Marvel Studios Confirms Release Dates Up To 2026

Marvel Studios has already confirmed release dates for its films up to 2026.

As we edge ever-closer to the end of Marvel’s Phase Four – which is set to end with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – fans are preparing themselves for Phase Five, which kicks off with Secret Invasion next year.

Now, Marvel Studios has already confirmed release dates for its films up to 2026, with movies in both its Phase Six and Seven categories.

Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, revealed in a statement that there would be at least three movies in the Phase 6 category, including Fantastic Four and the two subsequent Avengers films.

According to a Disney press release, Phase Seven is set to launch on February 13th 2026.

Marvel Studios has already confirmed release dates for its films up to 2026.
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The studio also announced that three more movies would be dropping the same year on 1 May, 24 July, and 6 November. However, it is not yet clear which movies will be filling up these gaps.

The release date for the highly-anticipated Deadpool 3 is also yet to be announced, despite the movie producers admitting that the film is already well into the writing stage.

UNILAD has contacted a representative of Disney’s Marvel for further clarification on the release dates and Deadpool 3.

Rhett Reese previous told DiscussingFilm about getting back into the swing of continuing the movie franchise: "It's almost like putting on a comfy old sweater.

Kevin Feige revealed there would be at least three movies in the Phase 6 category.
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“Marvel's really given us the support to maintain the tone and the vision that we have for it. They've been very hands-off and supportive, but they've also let us do what we do. So really, it's just been fun. We're mad scientists back in the laboratory again. 

“Deadpool is our favourite who will always be the character I think we're most associated with, and we're very grateful for being allowed to write him again. So it's a blast. It's like going back to school again after having summer off. It's pretty fun,” Rhett said.

Elsewhere, The new trailer for Marvel's She-Hulk series has just dropped and fans still aren't convinced about the look of the CGI.

Two Avengers films are included in Phase Six.
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She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is the latest Marvel series headed for Disney+ and a new trailer for the show was revealed at Comic-Con.

In the series, we get to see She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany) getting some training from her superhero cousin Bruce Banner, aka The Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo).

While there was plenty of excitement for the trailer among fans, many still weren't entirely convinced by the state of the CGI in the show.

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Topics: Marvel, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Film and TV