Marvel Studios’ Eternals trailer
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Bad news for all Marvel fans plus everyone looking forward to Harrison Ford’s whip-cracking return as Indy. The House of Mouse has just confirmed a major reorganisation of all cinemas release dates in 2022 and into 2023. So far there has been no corresponding shift in release dates for TV shows like the upcoming Hawkeye limited series which will be released on Disney Plus on November 24.
THE ETERNALS: NOVEMBER 5
There have been no last-minute changes to films scheduled for release this year, so this star-studded blockbuster with Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Richard Madden, Gemma Chan and Kit Harington remains in place.
SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME: DECEMBER 17
Likewise, Tom Holland’s third solo outing as the web-slinging Avenger has stuck firmly to its Christmas slot. But after that, everything has drastically changed.
DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS: MAY 6 2022
Benedict Cumberbatch’s grumpy mage was originally due to hit cinemas on March 25 next year but has been bumped back a couple of months.
THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER: JULY 8 2002
The Marvel-lous game of musical chairs starts here as Doctor Strange takes Thor’s May 6 space, so Chris Hemsworth, in turn, bumps Black Panther from its original summer slot.
BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER: NOVEMBER 11 2022
This one is a real blow as the hugely anticipated sequel is pushed back four months, with anticipation sky-high over how they will move the franchise forward without T’Challa himself, Chadwick Boseman.
THE MARVELS: FEBRUARY 17, 2023 (From November 11, 2022)
Spider-Man: No Way Home – official teaser trailer
ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA: JULY 28 2023
Paul Rudd’s quick-witted Quantum Realm explorer has been shunted back by five months.
INDIANA JONES 5: JUNE 30 2023 (From July 29, 2022)
Harrison Ford had a gap of nineteen years between The Last Crusade and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. The latest production has already been hit by delays caused by injuries and the worldwide pandemic and now Disney has decided to delay release by a further year.
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