All Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Delayed Their Release Dates

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By Aquaman

Disney and Marvel Studios postpone a number of Marvel Cinematic Universe films for Phases 5 and 6 due to the numerous projects they are presently working on.

New Dates Kicking In Marvel Cinematic Universe

Because some Phases 5 and 6 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have changed release dates, the Multiverse Saga from Marvel Studios will last a little longer than expected. As the MCU delves more into the idea of the universe and variations, Phase 5 has officially begun.

The Multiverse Saga is now being fleshed out in a number of films and television programs, so things for Marvel Studios’ current plans are starting to look very different right now.

Movie TitleOld Release DateNew Release Date
Deadpool 3November 8, 2024May 3, 2024
Captain America: Brave New WorldMay 3, 2024July 24, 2024
ThunderboltsJuly 26, 2024December 20, 2024
BladeSeptember 6, 2024February 14, 2025
Fantastic FourFebruary 14, 2025May 2, 2025
Avengers: The Kang DynastyMay 2, 2025May 1, 2026
Avengers: Secret WarsMay 1, 2026May 7, 2027

According to a Disney schedule update, Captain America: Brave New World has been moved from May 3, 2024, to July 24. From July 26, 2024, through December 20, 2024, Thunderbolts is altered.

The MCU’s Fantastic Four revival was moved from February 14, 2025 to May 2, Blade, which was earlier pushed from September 6, 2024 to February 14, 2025. The upcoming two Avengers films are the Phase 6 projects that have been impacted.

Avengers: Secret Wars will now release on May 7, 2027. Likewise, Avengers: The Kang Dynasty will now air on May 1, 2026. In contrast, Deadpool 3 will release five months sooner than anticipated. It is shifted to May 3 2024 from November 8, 2024.

Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Delayed Their Release Dates

Kevin Feige’s Statement

The Multiverse Saga will center on the exploration of various universes within the Marvel realities. It will be dealing with the biggest threat that the heroes have faced since Thanos (Josh Brolin) wiped out half the universe. Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, said indicated the same thing at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con.

Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios

Having arrived, Kang the Conqueror is prepared to destroy any timelines that could pose a danger to him in order to rule the whole multiverse. However, it will be interesting to watch what the studio does with the characters going forward considering the current issue involving Jonathan Majors, who portrays the villain.