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Discussion in 'Marvel Films' started by Lord, Oct 29, 2014.
I'm guessing BP2 in Feb and Strange in May. I think they'll want to keep Panther in February
When it comes to Strange give me more of what he was in IW than what they did in his own movie. He was much more compelling as a character and no, it's not just about the display of powers.
Absolutely agree. I thought he was fine in his solo movie but I became a big fan after Infinity War.
He was fierce in both of those movies.
I hope they'll feature Shuma Gorath in the sequel.
Saying something is fierce doesn't make it so, much less when one literally uses it every other minute to the point it has lost all meaning.
Or how I would do things
2020- Black Widow (August release), Eternals (November release)
2021- Shang Chi (February), Doctor Strange 2 (May), Black Panther 2 (November)
2022- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 (February), Captain Marvel 2 (April), Fantastic Four (November)
2023- Ant Man 3 (March), Spider Man 3 (July), X-Men (November)
Is it too late to add another movie to 2020?
I wish they would fast track Shang chi.
As much as I'd like 3 movies next year, I don't want them rushing anything.
They should have just waited the James Gunn situation out instead of firing and then reinstating him
yeah. They should have greenlight Doctor Strange 2 last year, but they didnt, so just 2 movies in 2020, a pitty, Doc spot whenever it comes could have went to a mutant or F4.
There was a rumour going around they waited to see the characters reception in Infinity War. Which would kinda make sense given the mixed response to the solo movie.
I kind of understand possible doubts, but at the same time Im sure Feige knew damm well that once he appeared a second time and on a team movie, his sequel would get a clear increase. so... why the worries from Marvel at all?
all the solo movies characters have gotten bigger on their sequel, so I dont see how Doc Strange suddenly would be the exception
Guardians 3 was supposed to be the third film next year, but when Gunn was originally fired, they pulled it from the slate.
2021 is most likely sequels for Black Panther and Doctor Strange with Shang-Chi being the new franchise that year
The solo movie got called "safe" and "by the books" by a lot of critics and they expressed annoyance at yet another origin story. But with someone like Doctor Strange they absolutely needed the origin story. It also under performed. And they had a lot riding on Cumberbatch given they just signed a lucrative deal with the actor.
I was one of the viewers that found it bland. I expected better with a cool/unique character like him, with the whole mystical side.
but I think being a new character (and another white male) it did pretty fine. hell, it did much more than most x-men movies, right? that alone is a success lol. Marvel should be proud with the numbers (not that much with the movie. Was decent, but most of us would agree it needed an edgier approach)
You realize Doctor Strange made close to $700 million at the box office and has a 89% on Rotten Tomatoes and an 86% user rating.
Which is why you go with
2020- Black Widow, Eternals
2021- Black Panther 2, Doctor Strange 2, Shang Chi
2022- Guardians 3, Fantastic Four, Spider Man 3
2023- Ant Man 3, Captain Marvel 2, X Men
I hope Ant-Man 3 gets Ragnaroked. The franchise needs a makeover.
this guess seems pretty spot on. My only doubt is Spiderman 3, I dont see Marvel/Sony waiting 4 years between movies. That would mean a 2021 release at the very late, so either 4 movies that year or F4 gets pushed back
Yep if they renew the deal they would have to get Spider-Man 3 out by 2021.
and that would be better news for x-men fans, since Spidey would leave a free spot for a x-film, either solo or team movie. tho I find 2022 a bit too soon for a x-men movie.
maybe Feige goes with Storm movie first. who knows lol.
Thats probably why Fantastic Four will come first. X-Men need a break.
I just realized I counted totally wrong. for a moment I thought tg11 suggested Spiderman 3 for 2023, 4 years after Far for home. if it gets a 2022 premiere, that would be just 3 years after Ffh, just like it always used to be back in the day.
Yeah the movie definitely didn't underperform and has a high rt rating which make the 5 years gap more boggling.