From Hall H of San Diego Comic Con, Marvel Studios theatrical releases have been announced

From Hall H of San Diego Comic Con, Marvel Studios theatrical releases have been announced ...

Marvel has long had a clear connection to Comic Con for obvious reasons, and this year was no exception as the company announced theatrical releases until the end of Phase 6. Even as the MCU grew into the gigantic it is today, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has continued to expand on Disney+, that has not changed within this decade.

Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania

The Wasp and Ant-Man: Quatumania, a three-year-old action hero, will return for the inevitable return of Kang the Conqueror, according to the trailer released at San Diego Comic Con in February.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3

James Gunn's 80s branded space comedy will return to DC's The Suicide Squad for the third time, according to Marvel in Hall H of San Diego Comic Con.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever might be the most anticipated film from the MCU's current phase as it follows the story of the wonder behind Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman, who died in a manner that a filmmaker could only dream of, but the film's overall impact on audiences was profound. Marvel has every intention of paying tribute to Boseman and his character at the San Diego Comic Con.

Blade

Blade will be a sequel to Earths first heroes film after he only made a brief voice appearance in an after-credits sequence after Eternals. The vampire hunter has been teased for a while already as small updates about the film began to surface over the years. Blade will be released in theaters at San Diego Comic Con on November 3rd, 2023.

Captain America: New World Order

Captain America: New World Order will be the first Captain American film to star Sam Wilson as Captain America, and will likely follow the events of Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Although there has been no mention of Bucky and the Disney+ show kind of ended on a weird note regarding the relationship between the two, Bucky will likely appear here more often than elsewhere in the film.

Thunderbolts

The Thunderbolts teams in Marvel Comics have always been made up of reformed antagonists, and, unlike DC's usually darker Suicide Squad teams, they mostly remain to be reformed, or at least more of an antihero than a villain, as he was recruited by Valentina Allegra de Fontaine to create a team that will likely be the Thunderbolts. It's still one of the most exciting Marvel theatrical releases from Hall H of Comic Con.

Fantastic Four

The Fantastic Four has been a major franchise in Marvel's history, and the live-action versions are no exception. At the minimum, the first film had the reputation of the Silver Surfer, who has been detrimental to the Fantastic Four comics. However, the second film also revealed the first hint for the Silver Surfer.

Avengers: The Kang Dynasty

The Kang Dynasty, which has been mentioned to have a variant in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, will likely be a known threat at this point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as it was announced during what appeared to be a Part 1 of two Avengers films. This is the beginning of the 6th phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that we will learn to know.

Avengers: Secret Wars

Avengers: Secret Wars is a sequel to Avengers: Endgame in terms of plot lines, but it had a far different effect on Marvel Comics' future, as well as the most popular Marvel characters like the X-Men, Avengers, Fantastic Four, and others, all of whom will be teleported for an epic battle royale before this event.