Marvel have announced the release dates for Captain Marvel, Thor 3: Ragnarok, Doctor Strange, and Inhumans during their special event today.
Marvel dropped some incredible news on fans today during their live event at the El Capitan with Marvel President Kevin Feige. Not only did we find out that Captain America 3 would be called Captain America: Civil War, but we also found out that The Avengers: Infinity War will be split into two films.
For easier viewing, we’ve included a list of the films and their release dates below:
Captain Marvel will be Marvel’s first female superhero film, which will be released on July 6, 2018. The character will be named Carol Danvers, who is one of the many women who are considered Captain Marvel. This is exciting news for Marvel, as well as fans who have been expecting to see Marvel release a solo female superhero film.
Thor 3: Ragnarok will be released on July 28, 2017, which will be focused on Ragnarok, who is a fictional character appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. He first appeared in Civil War #3 (July 2006) and is a cyborg clone of Thor. Iron Man actually helps create him via one of Thor’s hairs after Thor disappears.
Inhumans is set to be released on November 2, 2018. It was revealed that we would be introduced to dozens of new heroes when this film hits theaters. Doctor Strange had its release date set for November 4, 2016.
Black Panther was also announced, and we’ve been hearing about the character for quite some time. It was revealed that there was an easter egg for Black Panther in The Avengers: Age of Ultron’s first trailer, which is most likely when we see Andy Serkis as Ulysses Klaw. Klaw is an adversary of the Black Panther, who looks for vibranium via technology he’s created. Black Panther will be introduced in Captain America: Civil War.
Marvel’s announcements today really ask as many questions as they’ve answered, so we’ll be analyzing what we’ve learned today and we’ll be sure to release some speculation on what we can expect to see in Marvel’s future.
Let us know what you think about all the new Marvel film’s announced today!