All the Marvel movies and TV shows coming in 2019 and beyond

Captain Marvel is the next MCU film. Coming to theaters March 8.

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is the most successful film franchise of all time. And despite the fact that Marvel Studios will soon release its 21st film, 2019 could eclipse last year in terms of not only box office take, but cultural impact as well. Although, it will be difficult for anything to match the impact Black Panther had in 2018.

Here are the three Marvel Cinematic Universe movies coming out this year:

  • Captain Marvel on March 8 (Marvel’s first female-led full-length film)
  • Avengers: Endgame on April 26 (The *real* culmination of a decade plus building of storyline over 22 films)
  • Spider-Man: Far from Home on July 5 (The first glimpse at what a post-Avengers: Endgame MCU will look like with the returning cast from the very successful first outing)

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That’s what we know for sure. What we don’t know yet is exactly coming after the next Spider-Man movie, as Marvel has yet to officially announce its next slate. We know the dates the next few Marvel Studios films will debut, but not which films will be attached to those date. 

Over the last few months however, reputable Hollywood sites like Variety, Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter have begun reporting on not only the next few MCU films we could see, but — thanks to the forthcoming Disney+ streaming service  — some of the new MCU TV shows as well.

Now, these new TV shows will be set apart of what we’ve seen previously. Earlier MCU shows like the Netflix shows, and ABC’s Agents of SHIELD were and are produced by Marvel TV, under the tutelage of Executive Vice President and Head of Television, Jeph Loeb. And were never referenced by the movies.


Far From Home apparently begins minutes after Avengers: Endgame um ends.

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In a shift, Disney+’s series will reportedly be overseen by Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige and will have higher budgets than what is typically allocated for television shows.

With all of that in mind, here’s what we expect over the next few years, both rumored and confirmed. You’ll notice that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 isn’t listed below. That’s because it’s been put on hold. Once a director is announced, we’ll add it to the list. And we’ll be sure to keep this list updated as things change:



It’s still unclear whether the Black Widow movie will be a prequel or sequel.

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Black Widow 

  • Director: Cate Shortland
  • Writer: Jac Schaeffer
  • Expected release date: May 1, 2020
  • Status: Confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter on  July 12, 2018.

Doctor Strange will finally return in his own franchise, soonish. 


Doctor Strange sequel 

  • Director: Scott Derrickson
  • Writer: Unannounced
  • Expected release date: May 7, 2021
  • Status: Confirmed by: The Hollywood Reporter on Dec. 11, 2018.


  • Director: Chloe Zhao
  • Writer: Matthew Firpo and Ryan Firpo
  • Expected release date: Nov. 6, 2021
  • Confirmed by: The Hollywood Reporter and Variety on Sept. 21, 2018.

If all goes to plan, Shang-Chi will be the first Asian lead character in a Marvel Studios film.


  • Director: Unannounced
  • Writer: Dave Callaham
  • Expected release date: Feb. 18, 2022
  • Status: Confirmed by Deadline on Dec. 3, 2018

Marvel very smartly tapped Ryan Coogler to return as both director and writer for the Black Panther sequel.

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Black Panther sequel

  • Director: Ryan Coogler
  • Writer: Ryan Coogler
  • Expected release date: Feb. 12, 2021
  • Status: Confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter on Oct. 11, 2018



Despite all the success Marvel Studios has achieved, I’m still amazed that we’re getting a Vision and Scarlett Witch TV show.

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The Vision and the Scarlet Witch

  • Showrunner: Jac Schaeffer 
  • Expected release date: Fall 2019
  • Status: Confirmed by Variety on Sept. 18, 2018

Will this take place before or (somehow) after Infinity War?



  • Showrunner: Unannounced
  • Expected release date: Fall 2019
  • Status: Confirmed by Variety on Sept. 18, 2018

The show I had no idea I wanted, but can’t be happier that it’s happening.

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Bucky and Falcon

  • Showrunner: Malcolm Spellman
  • Expected release date: Winter 2020
  • Status: Confirmed by Variety on Oct. 30, 2018

How to watch every MCU property in the perfect order: From Marvel films to the shows on Netflix, here’s the best order to experience the MCU.

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