Despite The Marvel Universe not having its best moment right now, six films based on corporate superheroes will be in cinemas in 2024, the year with the most publications since 2018. The apparent fatigue of audiences towards superhero cinema has led to Kevin Feige and Disney slowing down Marvel Studios releases; however, Sony Pictures, which owns the rights to the Spider-Man characters, seems to not be up to the task.
The Japanese company will launch next year half of the new stories Based on Marvel Super Heroes. While the UCM hit the brakes afterward, accumulating negative public reactions to several of his productions, Sony builds on the success of Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse to dive into his stories. The company, led by Kevin Feige, has planned three important firsts in 2024, with which they want to convince viewers again.
These six releases, three from Marvel Studios and three from Sony Pictures Will make 2024 the year with the most Marvel movies since 2018 when Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, Deadpool 2, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Venom, and Spider-Man: A New Universe were released. The MCU was at its peak at that time. You have to see how Marvel is handling this new flood of releases with a burgeoning strike by actors and screenwriters over what to expect It concerns the following titles:
Madam WEB (FEBRUARY 14)
Another film from Sony’s Spider-Verse will be in cinemas in February or next year. The movie that brings this mutant from the Spider-Man universe to the cinema will star Dakota Johnson as the powerful psyker, Sydney Sweeney as Julia Carpenter (the spider woman), and Adam Scott as Uncle Ben.
The film, directed by SJ Clarkson and written by Matt Sazam and Burk Sharpless, completes his cast with other names like Tahar Rahim, Emma Roberts, Celeste O’Connor, Isabela Merced, and Mike Epps.
DEADPOOL 3 (¿3 DE MAYO?)
The most anticipated movie of the year for Marvel fans will show the return of the icon Wolverine, played by Hugh Jackman, the most ruthless and soulful member of the X-Men. Following Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Studios, characters from the popular gang of mutant heroes are introduced They became part of the UCM and will be featured in the company’s future fiction.
Deadpool 3 will bring that back Thug is an anti-hero played by Ryan Reynolds in a Shawn Lewy film in which the two charismatic actors will share the screen with Emma Corrin, Morena Baccarin, Matthew Macfadyen, and Jennifer Garner. The release date is still pending; Disney has removed it from its release schedule.
VENOM 3 (JULY 12)
The third installment in the Spider-Man villain saga starring Tom Hardy Filming began last June. The alien symbiote is already returning to cinemas Some videos from the film’s shooting in Spain have been leaked that connect with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.
The premiere of Eddie Brock’s new adventure might be delayed due to the development of the strike, but it remains in July for now. The Sony recording will be directed by Kelly Marcel and has confirmed its cast of Hardy, Juno Temple, and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
CAPTAIN AMERICA 4: BRAVE NEW WORLD (JULY 26)
Sam Wilson’s Captain America takes over the baton from Steve Rogers in the fourth part of the Stars and Stripes superhero series. After Falcon and the Winter Soldier comes Captain America: Brave New World, which will address the character of Anthony Mackie, which replaces the mythical “Capi” by Chris Evans.
Wilson will not be alone as he is joined on this adventure by Squidward “Thunderbolt” Ross, whom he will give life to, Harrison Ford (who replaces the late William Hurt), Bucky/Winter Soldier by Sebastian Stan, and La Betty Ross by Liv Tyler. The film introduces the dangerous group of villains known as the Snake Society.
KRAVEN: THE HUNTER (AUGUST 30)
The wild villain and enemy of Spider-Man hit theaters in a violent, vile film by Aaron Taylor Johnson. A film that has already premiered its first official trailer depicts the origin story of Sergei Kravenoff, a man raised by a cruel and amoral hunter, played by Russell Crowe.
Kraven The Hunter is another Marvel character included in the Spider-verse, which is being developed by Sony Pictures. A band that also includes Ariana DeBose, Christopher Abbott, Alessandro Nivola, and Fred Hechinger.
THUNDERBOLTS (DECEMBER 20)
Marvel villain movie Commanded by General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, Harrison Ford continues the shooting that has been suspended since May by the scriptwriters’ strike, which has now also been joined by the actors’ strike. your release date It was delayed from July to December and continue to wait for the development of the pause to continue recording.
Despite the uncertainty, the Jake Schreier-directed film will bring back the Marvel Cinematic Universe Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, Sebastian Stan as the Winter Soldier (in his second confirmed appearance of the year), David Harbor as The Red Guardian, Julia Louis Dreyfus as Valentina Allegra by Fountain, Wyatt Russell as US Agent, Hannah John-Kamen as Ghost, and Olga Kurylenko as Taskmaster It will also feature Steven Yeun, who could bring the powerful Sentry to life.