What Are The 6 Upcoming MCU Movies In Line For 2024?

1.) Madame Web – February 14, 2024

The next movie in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, Madame Web, will introduce new female heroes played by Dakota Johnson, Sydney Sweeney, and more. There will also be plenty of connections to the new wall-crawler himself in this one, reportedly debuting Adam Scott as Uncle Ben and even involving a baby Peter Parker.

Madame Web may have wrapped filming over eight months ago and be well into post-production, but the recent shift to the long-finished Kraven the Hunter has proven anything can happen. As of now, the Dakota Johnson movie appears likely to make its planned release date as long as no reshoots are required.

2.) Deadpool 3 – May 3, 2024

Ryan Reynolds’ Wade Wilson and Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine are coming back for a Multiversal adventure in Deadpool 3 involving other characters from the old Fox Marvel universe. There will even be some MCU connections this time around with Owen Wilson’s Mobius and Loki’s TVA set to play into the story.

DeadPool 3

Deadpool 3 began production at the end of May, shortly after the writers’ strike started in Hollywood, and just weeks later it moved up from November to May 2024. Filming was halted as the actors’ strike kicked off in mid-July, but a report has claimed it could only afford to halt for around a month before a release delay would be needed, and with that time almost elapsed, a delay seems very likely.

3.) Venom 3 – July 12, 2024

Tom Hardy returns to take the lead in Venom 3, with the first two movies’ writer Kelly Marcel taking over as director. Doctor Strange star Chiwetel Ejiofor has reportedly joined the movie in an unknown role, with Jemaine Clement having supposedly been eyed for a part once offered to Owen Wilson.


Venom 3 only began filming at the end of June, and as such was only able to film for under three weeks before the actors’ strike. As the release date is under a year away, the strike is showing no signs of ending anytime soon, and there is still plenty of shooting still to happen, the Tom Hardy threequel will likely catch a delay, perhaps to October 2024 – the same month Venom 2 released and found success.

4.) Captain America 4 – July 26, 2024

After The Falcon and the Winter Solder, Sam Wilson gets his first crack at leading his own movie with Captain America: Brave New World. He will be joined by a brand-new Falcon replacement and three major Hulk characters, including a recast Thunderbolt Ross, now the U.S. President, played by Harrison Ford.

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Captain America 4 was lucky enough to wrap production at the end of June, just weeks before the actors’ strike got underway. As such, Brave New World ought to easily make its planned release date and may even swap with Deadpool 3 to take Marvel Studios’ May blockbuster date if that movie won’t be ready one time.

5.) Kraven the Hunter – August 30, 2024

Kraven the Hunter will finally make his live-action debut in his own solo movie, played by the MCU’s Quicksilver actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson. There will be several other Spider-Man villains to keep him company including Rhino, Calypso, and Chameleon, and even Russell Crowe will appear as Kraven’s father.

Sony just made a strange decision to delay Kraven the Hunter from this October to next August, despite having just released a trailer. The shift moves Kraven to release after Venom 3, even though the former wrapped production over a year ago while the latter just started filming before the strike, perhaps pointing toward plans for major reshoots for the Aaron Taylor-Johnson epic.

6.) Thunderbolts – December 20, 2024

Thunderbolts appears set to serve as a pseudo-sequel to Black Widow, bringing back Florence Pugh’s Yelena, Julia Louis-Drefus’ Valentina, and David Harbour’s Red Guardian, along with Taskmaster, Winter Soldier, U.S. Agent, and Ghost. The movie will also see Steven Yeun join the MCU, reportedly as the superhero Sentry.

Out of the six Marvel movies listed, Thunderbolts is the only one yet to get in front of the camera, with filming reportedly once set to begin in June but delayed due to the writers’ strike. So, even once the strikes end, filming won’t be able to begin for a few weeks due to the need for further writing work.

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