MCU’s Restructured Release Schedule Extends Sequel Streak to Eight Films
With some issues going on behind the scenes, the MCU’s restructured release schedule has now extended to eight films.
There has been some uncertainty as to the slate of films set to be released for the Marvel Universe. Despite it being one of the biggest and most successful endeavors the film industry has ever seen.
As a franchise, there are few that can boast the level of success that has been present for Marvel. Moreover, they have been among the best properties for well over a decade.
But all of that success does little to quell just how inconsistent the studio has been in recent years. And Phase Four is perhaps the most inconsistent that Marvel has been since its earliest days
Many have wondered whether or not Marvel can keep moving forward at its current pace. Along with a lot of evidence suggesting that the difficulty has come in their issues developing feature films around characters not yet released.
The recent drama surrounding the production of Blade has only stoked the flames of these rumblings. Subsequently, the MCU’s restructured release schedule has extended the studio’s sequel streak to eight films.
That’s right Marvel fans. Because Marvel has moved Blade, it is set to release eight sequel films before anything original comes to the forefront.
Dating back to Spider-Man: No Way Home, Marvel released two sequels. Following it with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Thor: Love and Thunder.
Followed by Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Ant-Man and the Wasp Quantumania. With Phase Five titles Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, The Marvels, and Captain America: New World Order preceeding.