Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe began with “WandaVision” and continued with “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.” But they are not the only two productions that will be released in 2021, in a few weeks “Loki” and “Black Widow” will be released.
The first is a series that tells the adventures of Loki after stealing the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame. While the second should be the first film of phase 4 but it was postponed due to the coronavirus.
“Black Widow” will now open on July 9 in theaters and on Disney Plus (in the premium version to watch premieres). This is how the Marvel Studios premiere schedule was after moving its entire schedule.
New Marvel Release Schedule – 2021
WandaVision: Now available on Disney Plus The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: Now available on Disney Plus Loki: July 11, 2021, on Disney Plus Black Widow: July 9, 2021, on Disney Plus and licensed theaters. If …?: Mid-2021 by Disney Plus Shanghai-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: September 3, 2021 Venom: Let There Be Carnage: September 17, 2021 Eternals: November 5, 2021 Spider -Man: No Way Home: December 17, 2021 Hawkeye: Late 2021 Ms. Marvel: 2021.
Of course, Marvel already had the Black Widow premiere campaign ready since the end of 2019. However, it has also had to extend the campaign so as not to lose the interest of viewers.
Recently, he shared all the posters of the different characters in the film. Let’s remember that she is a former KGB agent and that Russia also had a superman program; for this reason, we can see the Red Guardian in his classic costume.
Director of “Venom 2” answers if the film is part of the UCM
There are things that can be so cool … The first trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage caused the community to debate again about the alleged connection of the symbiote with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or at least with the Spider-Man films. starring Tom Holland. The truth is that none of this already makes sense according to the director of Venom 2.
Filmmaker Andy Serkis revealed that the movie inspired by the Marvel comic book villain has its own universe, so the plot doesn’t fit the MCU’s historical line.
“Of course, there are some connections between Venom and Spider-Man, with the Marvel universe and the history of Spider-Man. However, we are treating this movie as its own world. Venom’s story takes place in his own world. There are nods to the Spider-Man universe at times, of course, but in our movie no one is aware of other characters, like Spider-Man, “he said.
The first images of Venom 2 show various details related to the Spider-Man universe, such as the Daily Bugle newspaper and even an apparent mention of the Avengers. From what Serkis said, the details would be nothing more than easter eggs to appeal to Marvel fans.
Venom: Let there be Carnage will hit theaters on September 24, as long as the coronavirus allows theaters to operate around the world.
The film is directed by Andy Serkis and stars Michelle Williams, Reid Scott, Naomie Harris, Stephen Graham, among others.