Marvel has created a handy visual tool laying out its Phase Three schedule.
When Marvel announced its Phase Three plans, which aims to cover all of our superhero needs through 2019, they showed us a much-screencapped chart laying out all the release dates (pictured above).
This image has now been released to the public via Twitter:
In the tweet, Marvel points out that the Inhumans release date is November 2, 2018, writing:
Apparently, the Inhumans' calendar's a few days off from ours…here's the right version of the Phase 3 MCU timeline! pic.twitter.com/Zw1xfjeOAq
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— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) November 17, 2014
The poster gives us all nine of the studio’s upcoming Phase Three movies, starting with Captain America: Civil War on May 6, 2016, and ending with The Avengers: Infinity War, Part II on May 3, 2019.
The schedule isn’t new, as it was first unveiled at Marvel’s press conference. But we appreciate Marvel releasing it to the public, as some of us need the visual.
We’ve got a complete guide to all the movies in Marvel’s Phase Three right here, which includes an overview of everything we know so far.
The only thing worth noting about this schedule is the absence of Ant-Man. Marvel announced a few weeks back that the Paul Rudd flick set to open on July 17, 2015, is not a part of Phase Three: instead, it signals the end of Phase Two.
While this kind of ruins the plan to make every phase begin and end with an Avengers movie, it does allow Marvel some more time to prepare the public for its upcoming shenanigans.
Grouping movies together like this and calling them a “phase” really does make it sound much more epic, doesn’t it?