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Every Marvel TV Show and Movie Disney Just Announced

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Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige brought Comic-Con to December with an avalanche of new MCU announcements.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to spread out and get a lot bigger. Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige recently updated Disney investors with what they, and the fans, can expect from the studio over the next handful of years. Feige previously teased Phase 4 of the MCU last summer at San Diego Comic-Con, where he and Marvel brought down the house. As it turns out, the studio had a lot more plans that they did not announced that day. Feige turned into Santa Claus this year to deliver a ton of new MCU information, along with some long-awaited trailers.

The biggest difference with the MCU's Phase 4, when compared to previous Phases, it that the studio has partnered with Disney+ to deliver shows that fit in with the big screen adventures. Fans were supposed to have been treated with both The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, along with WandaVision this year. However, due to the public health crisis, that was not able to occur.

The small screen Disney+ shows were not the only projects to get effected by the public health crisis this year. Black Widow and Eternals should have already been out and in theaters this year. If the standalone Natasha Romanoff movie would have come out back in May, it would already be available to purchase on Blu-ray for the holidays. Now, both of those long-awaited movies are scheduled to hit theaters next year, depending on how things work out.

While many MCU fans were expecting Kevin Feige to announce that Black Widow was going to be available on Disney+ and in theaters, like Wonder Woman 1984 releasing on Christmas Day on HBO Max and in theaters, but that was not the case. Disney will not be following in the footsteps of Warner Bros. for a hybrid release system in 2021. This may have come as a disappointment to a lot of fans watching the Investors Day presentation, but it does give fans a lot more to look forward to in 2021.

Kevin Feige made sure to reveal that MCU fans have a lot to look forward to across multiple formats. Obviously,…
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