Three years after unveiling the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige returned to Hall H to do the same for Phase 5, which will feature the new “Daredevil” Disney+ series and “Deardevil”. Thunderbolts” announcements. Feature film. Feige also gave a brief glimpse of what’s to come in Phase 6, which is scheduled to end in November 2025 with “Avengers: Secret Wars”—which Feige says will kick off the MCU’s Multiverse Saga. gives.

Here’s what we learned about the rest of Phase 4, Phase 5 and what’s to come in Phase 6.

“She-Hulk: Attorney at Law”

What We Learned: A legal comedy with a touch of “fleabag,” this Disney+ series starring Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters (ie Bruce Banner’s cousin) boasts a bunch of superheroes who need a good lawyer. – Which is also huge and green. The panel also included a trailer, which (in contrast to much of the footage unveiled in Hall H) was also released to the public.

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”

What We Learned: Namor (Tenoche Huerta) is coming to the MCU, as the kingdom of Wakanda reels after the death of T’Challa (the late Chadwick Boseman). Joining the cast are Dominic Thorne (as Riri Williams), Michaela Koel (Aneka), Mabel Cadena (Namora) and Alex Livanalli (Attuma). The film will conclude Phase 4, although it is unclear how.

“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumia”

What We Learned: Phase 5 begins with the introduction of Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors), who meets Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) in the Quantum Realm, when Scott is mysteriously killed by his daughter Cassie Lang (Katherine Newton), Hope Van gets sucked in there with. Diane (Evangeline Lilly), Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), and Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer). In footage shown in Hall H, Bill Murray makes a cameo as Janet’s old acquaintance from within the Quantum Realm, but given Kang’s titular role in one of the two “Avengers” titles announced on Saturday ( More below), all eyes are on how Major will reshape the MCU narrative. In addition, director Peyton Reed confirmed to the crowd, yet another great Marvel villain will be making a cameo in the film, “You must have seen a shot of Modoc,” Reid said.

“Secret Invasion”

What We Learned: Co-star Cobie Smulders (Maria Hill) was on hand to preview this dark and gritty political thriller, which stars Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Ben Mendelsohn (Skull Talos), Don Cheadle (James Rhodes). ) acted with. , and Martin Freeman (Everett K. Ross). Joining them are Kingsley Ben-Adir (seen in several similar appearances in a confrontation with Fury), Olivia Colman (telling Fury that he is past his prime) and Emilia Clarke (seen brandishing the gun). Gone). The overall vibe is one of paranoia and foreboding, contributing to a larger anti-heroic thread that appears to run through Phase 5.

“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”

What We Learned: An emotional James Gunn and his equally emotional cast — which includes Chris Pratt, Karen Gillan, Pom Clementieff, Sean Gunn, Will Poulter and Maria Bakalova as Cosmo the Spacedog — gave a first look at the final Guardians film Dali, who hinted by revealing how Rocket became a passionate, running raccoon. Chukwudi Iwuji (formerly DC’s “Peacemaker”) played High Evolutionary, and introduced himself to Hall H in character (meaning he played a role in Rocket’s transformation).


What We Learned: Nothing but a release period for the series, which turns “Hockey” antagonist Maya Lopez (Alaka Cox) into her own spin-off. Sidney Freeland (“Reservation Dogs,” “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”) and Catriona McKenzie (“The Walking Dead,” “Shining Vale”) are directing.

“Loki” Season 2

What We Learned: The Disney+ series that introduced the multiverse to the MCU is currently filming and will debut next summer. There was no mention of the critically-loved series but pictures from the sets have been making rounds on the internet lately.


What We Learned: Feige didn’t make any casting announcements, but he did confirm that the Marvel Comics Vampire franchise with Mahershala Ali — first announced in Hall H in 2019 — will be Marvel’s final feature slated for 2023, and shooting in October will begin. Bassam Tariq (“Mughal Mowgli”) is directing.

“iron Heart”

What We Learned: Following her introduction in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” Riri Williams (Dominic Thorne) will star in her own Disney+ series. Chinka Hodge (“Amazing Stories,” “Snowpierce”) is the lead writer, and Sam Bailey (“Dear White People”) and Angela Barnes (“Blindspotting”) are directing.

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