Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Five

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Phase Five
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Release date
2023–2025
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
BudgetTotal (3 films):
$669.8–724.8 million
Box officeTotal (3 films):
$1.527 billion
Marvel Cinematic Universe
Phases

Phase Five of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a group of American superhero films and television series produced by Marvel Studios based on characters that appear in publications by Marvel Comics. Phase Five features all of the Marvel Studios productions set to be released starting from 2023 to mid-2025, with Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures distributing the films, while the series release on Disney+. Animation in the phase was produced by Marvel Studios Animation. The first film in the phase is Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which was released in February 2023, while the first series in the phase, Secret Invasion, premiered in June 2023. The release schedule of Phase Five was changed several times due to the 2023 Writers Guild of America and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Kevin Feige produces every film and serves as executive producer of every series in this phase, alongside producers Stephen Broussard for Quantumania; Ryan Reynolds, Shawn Levy, and Lauren Shuler Donner for Deadpool & Wolverine; and Nate Moore and Malcolm Spellman for Captain America: Brave New World.

The films of the phase include Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly; the ensemble Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3; The Marvels, starring Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, and Iman Vellani; Deadpool & Wolverine, starring Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman; Captain America: Brave New World, starring Anthony Mackie; and the ensemble Thunderbolts. The first three films of the phase have grossed over $1.52 billion at the global box office.

The Disney+ television series of the phase include Secret Invasion, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn; the second season of Loki, starring Tom Hiddleston; the second season of the animated What If...?, narrated by Jeffrey Wright; Echo, starring Alaqua Cox; Agatha: Darkhold Diaries, starring Kathryn Hahn; the animated Eyes of Wakanda; and the first season of Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, starring Hudson Thames; Daredevil: Born Again, starring Charlie Cox; and Ironheart, starring Dominique Thorne. The second season of the I Am Groot shorts, starring Vin Diesel, are also included in this phase. Phase Five, along with Phase Four and Phase Six, constitutes "The Multiverse Saga".

Development

Initial work and announcement

By April 2014, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said that additional storylines for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) were planned through 2028.[1] During Marvel Studios' panel at the San Diego Comic-Con in July 2019, Feige announced several films and Disney+ television series in development for Phase Four of the MCU,[2] before revealing the film Blade was also in development.[3] After the panel, Feige confirmed that Blade was not part of the Phase Four slate at the time, and that what was announced was the full Phase Four slate at that point, despite Marvel already developing further projects at that time,[4] such as the long-in-development Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and a sequel to Captain Marvel (2019).[5][6] A sequel to Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) entered development by November 2019, for a potential release in 2022.[7] Development work on a second season of What If...? had begun by December 2019.[8] Ryan Reynolds confirmed that month that a third Deadpool film after 20th Century Fox's Deadpool (2016) and Deadpool 2 (2018) was in development at Marvel Studios,[9] with his production company Maximum Effort co-producing the film.[10]

In April 2020, Disney scheduled Captain Marvel 2 for release on July 8, 2022,[11] before moving it back to November 11, 2022, in December 2020.[12] Also in December, they dated Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 for 2023,[13] and announced Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Fantastic Four were in development,[14][15][16] along with the Disney+ series Secret Invasion, Ironheart,[17] and Armor Wars (later changed to a film).[17][18] Feige indicated Secret Invasion and Ironheart would tie-in with future MCU films.[19] These Disney+ series, plus Captain Marvel 2, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, and Fantastic Four were believed to be a part of Phase Four at that time.[20] By November 2020, development had begun on a second season of the television series Loki,[21] which was formally confirmed in July 2021.[22]

Development on a series centered on Echo as a spin-off from Hawkeye began by March 2021.[23] By the end of April 2021, a fourth Captain America film was revealed to be in development as a continuation of the series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021).[24] In May 2021, Marvel Studios announced the title for Captain Marvel 2 as The Marvels, as well as the respective February 17 and May 5, 2023, release dates for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.[25] By June 2021, in addition to What If...?, Marvel Studios was developing a slate of at least three more animated series.[26][27] In October 2021, Marvel Studios further adjusted The Marvels to February 17, 2023, and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania to July 28, 2023,[28] only to swap their release dates in April 2022, given Quantumania was further along in production than The Marvels.[29] Development on a series centered on Agatha Harkness as a spin-off from WandaVision began by October 2021.[30] During the Disney+ Day event the following month, Marvel Studios officially announced Echo,[31] Agatha: House of Harkness (later retitled Agatha: Darkhold Diaries),[31][32] and the animated Spider-Man prequel series titled Spider-Man: Freshman Year.[31]

By March 2022, a reboot project of Marvel Television's Netflix series Daredevil (2015–2018) was revealed to be in development,[33][34] and was confirmed to be in development for Disney+ in May.[35] By June 2022, Marvel Studios was developing the film Thunderbolts.[36] Later that month, Feige said information on the next saga of the MCU would be provided in the following months, with Marvel Studios being a "little more direct" on their future plans to provide audiences with "the bigger picture [so they] can see a tiny, tiny bit more of the roadmap" following the clues included during Phase Four.[37] At Marvel Studios' San Diego Comic-Con panel in July 2022, Feige announced that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever would conclude Phase Four, with the following films and series becoming part of Phase Five: Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, The Marvels, Secret Invasion, and Ironheart. Blade, the second season of Loki, Echo, and Agatha: Darkhold Diaries were also confirmed for Phase Five, with Feige announcing the series Daredevil: Born Again and the films Captain America: New World Order and Thunderbolts. He also announced that Phase Five, along with Phase Four and Phase Six, would be part of "The Multiverse Saga".[38] By then, the second season of What If...? was also announced to release during this phase,[39] while production had begun on five additional shorts for the series I Am Groot.[40][41] Feige stated that many of the projects in Phase Four and Five, and their post-credit teases, would connect and lead towards the conclusion of the Multiverse Saga, while some would remain standalone.[42] Feige described Quantumania as "a direct line" into the phase and Phase Six's Avengers: The Kang Dynasty (2026).[43] In September, Reynolds announced that Deadpool & Wolverine would be released on September 6, 2024.[44]

Production shifts and further work

In October 2022, Blade had its release date pushed back to the September 2024 slot, due to production-related issues, and Marvel Studios pushed back Deadpool & Wolverine to November 8, 2024, as a result.[45] In December, Echo head writer Marion Dayre said the series would be delayed to late 2023, around that December.[46] In early February 2023, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the company would be re-evaluating the volume of content it output as a way to cut costs over the next few years.[47][48] Shortly after, when reflecting on the amount of Disney+ content released for Phase Four in a short time frame, Feige anticipated that Marvel Studios would look to space out the releases of the Phase Five and Six Disney+ series or put fewer out each year "so they can each get a chance to shine".[49][48] At that time, the second season of Loki and Secret Invasion were still expected to release in 2023, while other projects in post-production, such as Echo and Ironheart, were unlikely to release that year as previously announced.[48] The Marvels was also delayed to November 10, 2023.[50] A month later, Iger said there was "nothing in any way inherently off in terms of the Marvel brand", and was not concerned with the volume of Marvel content being released. Rather, he believed there would be more of a benefit to shifting to new characters and stories, instead of producing third or fourth sequels with some characters.[51]

The start of the 2023 Writers Guild of America strike in May 2023 resulted in production on Blade being paused until the strike concluded. Other MCU projects in production, or preparing to begin production, at that time—Captain America: New World Order, Agatha: Darkhold Diaries, Thunderbolts, and Deadpool & Wolverine—were not expected to be impacted by the strike, with Marvel Studios reportedly planning to shoot what they could during principal photography and make any necessary writing adjustments during each project's already scheduled reshoots.[52] Picketers participating in the strike shut down a day of soundstage work for Daredevil: Born Again,[53] and later location shooting, resulting in a temporary production pause.[54] By the end of the month, production on Thunderbolts was delayed until the strike concluded.[55] In early June, Marvel revealed that New World Order had been retitled to Captain America: Brave New World.[56] Later that month, Disney moved Deadpool & Wolverine forward to May 3, 2024, and delayed Brave New World to July 26, 2024, Thunderbolts to December 20, 2024, and Blade to February 14, 2025,[57] in part due to the writers' strike and Disney's intentions to improve the quality of MCU content from writing through post-production after disappointing reception and lower post COVID-19 pandemic box office earnings for some recently released films.[58] Production on Born Again was also suspended until after the strike concluded.[59] In July, production on Deadpool & Wolverine was suspended because of the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike.[60]

In August 2023, the second season of I Am Groot was announced to be releasing a month later on September 6, 2023, during the phase.[61][62] In early September, Marvel Studios adjusted the release schedule for some of the television series in the phase, in part because of the ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes and a desire to slow down their content output and make each of their titles "an event". The adjustments included dating the second season of What If...? for a late December 2023 release, delaying Echo to January 2024, delaying Agatha: Darkhold Diaries to late 2024, and removing Ironheart and Born Again from the release schedule.[32] Echo was set to be the first Marvel Studios series to simultaneously release on Hulu,[63] being available for a limited time,[64] as well as the first series under the "Marvel Spotlight" banner.[65] Following the conclusion of the SAG-AFTRA strike in November 2023, Disney delayed several films to accommodate for the resumption of production. Deadpool & Wolverine was moved to July 26, 2024, Brave New World to February 14, 2025, Thunderbolts to July 25, 2025, and Blade to November 7, 2025,[66] with the latter now set for release during Phase Six.[67] In December 2023, Marvel Studios Animation announced the series Eyes of Wakanda and that Freshman Year had been retitled Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man,[68] with both planned to be released in 2024.[69] In February 2024, Thunderbolts was moved forward to May 2, 2025, swapping its release with Phase Six's The Fantastic Four.[70]

Films

Films of Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Five
Film[71][67] U.S. release date Director Screenwriter(s) Producer(s) Status
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania February 17, 2023 (2023-02-17) Peyton Reed[7] Jeff Loveness[72] Kevin Feige and Stephen Broussard Released
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 May 5, 2023 (2023-05-05) James Gunn[73] Kevin Feige
The Marvels November 10, 2023 (2023-11-10) Nia DaCosta[74] Nia DaCosta and Megan McDonnell and Elissa Karasik[75]
Deadpool & Wolverine July 26, 2024 (2024-07-26)[76] Shawn Levy[77] Ryan Reynolds & Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick &
Zeb Wells & Shawn Levy[76]
Kevin Feige, Ryan Reynolds,
Shawn Levy, and
Lauren Shuler Donner
Post-production
Captain America: Brave New World February 14, 2025 (2025-02-14)[66] Julius Onah[78] Malcolm Spellman & Dalan Musson and
Julius Onah and Matthew Orton[56][79]
Kevin Feige, Nate Moore,
and Malcolm Spellman
Thunderbolts May 2, 2025 (2025-05-02)[70] Jake Schreier[78] Eric Pearson and Lee Sung Jin and Joanna Calo[80][81] Kevin Feige Filming

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)

Peyton Reed, director of the Ant-Man films

Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne, along with Hope's parents Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne and Lang's daughter Cassie, go on a new adventure exploring the Quantum Realm that pushes their limits and pits them against Kang the Conqueror.[82]

Ahead of the release of Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), Peyton Reed and Marvel Studios expected a sequel would be made and had discussed potential story points,[83] with Reed returning as director by November 2019, alongside Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly as Scott Lang / Ant-Man and Hope van Dyne / Wasp.[7][84] Jeff Loveness was writing the script by April 2020,[72] with the title and new cast members revealed that December.[14] Principal photography began at the end of July 2021 at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire,[85][86] and ended that November.[87] Shooting was also scheduled to occur in Atlanta, Georgia and San Francisco, to last until 2022.[88][89] Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania premiered on February 6, 2023,[90] and was released on February 17.[29]

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is set in 2026.[91][92] Jonathan Majors portrays Kang the Conqueror,[14] after first appearing as a variant of that character called He Who Remains in the first season of Loki (2021).[93][14] Majors also portrays numerous Kang variants within the Council of Kangs including Immortus, Rama-Tut, and Centurion in the film's mid-credits scene, and Victor Timely in the post-credits scene. The latter also features uncredited cameo appearances by Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson, reprising their respective roles of Loki and Mobius M. Mobius from Loki.[94][95]

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)

James Gunn, director of the Guardians of the Galaxy films

The Guardians of the Galaxy are adjusting to life on Knowhere, but when parts of Rocket's past resurface, Peter Quill must lead the Guardians on a dangerous mission to protect him that could lead to the team dissolving.[96]

A third Guardians of the Galaxy film was planned by Marvel Studios in April 2016,[97] with James Gunn returning to write and direct a year later.[98] Disney fired him in July 2018 after the resurfacing of controversial tweets,[99][100] but reversed course that October and reinstated Gunn as director.[101] Gunn's return was revealed in early 2019 along with the five main stars' involvement,[73][102] with production beginning after Gunn completed his film The Suicide Squad (2021) and the first season of its spin-off series Peacemaker (2022).[103] Kevin Feige confirmed the film was in development at the July 2019 San Diego Comic-Con.[5] Filming began in November 2021,[104] at Trilith Studios in Atlanta,[105][106] and concluded in early May 2022.[107] Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 premiered on April 22, 2023,[108] and was released on May 5.[25]

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is set after the events of The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (2022).[109] Discussing the film's connections to the Multiverse Saga, Feige said Vol. 3 was focused more on concluding the story of the Guardians characters and "not about the bigger world-building", though still "a piece of the puzzle".[110]

The Marvels (2023)

While investigating a wormhole linked to the Kree, Monica Rambeau's powers become entangled with those of Kamala Khan and Carol Danvers. The trio team up to determine why they are swapping places with each other every time they use their powers.[111][112]

Feige confirmed a sequel to Captain Marvel (2019) was in development at the July 2019 San Diego Comic-Con,[6] with Megan McDonnell set to write the script and Brie Larson returning as Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel by January 2020.[113][114] The studio wanted a female director for the film rather than have Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck return from the first,[113] with Nia DaCosta hired to direct by that August,[74] and she also served as a writer alongside Elissa Karasik.[75] The film was announced with the title Captain Marvel 2 in December 2020,[12] with the official title, The Marvels, revealed in May 2021.[25] Second unit filming began in mid-April 2021 in New Jersey,[115] while principal photography had begun by August at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire,[116][117][88] Longcross Studios in Surrey,[118] and in Tropea.[119] Shooting also occurred in Los Angeles.[120][121] Filming wrapped by May 2022.[122] The Marvels was released on November 10, 2023.[50]

The Marvels is set in 2026, after the events of the Disney+ series Secret Invasion and Ms. Marvel,[123][124][125] and continues the story from Captain Marvel.[49] with Iman Vellani, Saagar Shaikh, Zenobia Shroff, and Mohan Kapur reprising their respective roles as Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel,[12] Aamir Khan, Muneeba Khan, and Yusuf Khan.[126] Teyonah Parris returns as the adult Monica Rambeau from the series WandaVision (2021), after the character was previously portrayed as a child by Akira Akbar in Captain Marvel,[12] while Lashana Lynch, Tessa Thompson, and Hailee Steinfeld reprise their MCU roles as Maria Rambeau,[127][128] Valkyrie,[129] and Kate Bishop.[128] In the mid-credits scene, Kelsey Grammer appears as Hank McCoy / Beast, portraying an alternate version of the character he played in 20th Century Fox's X-Men films X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) and X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014), while Lynch appears as an alternate version of Maria who is known as Binary.[128]

Deadpool & Wolverine (2024)

Deadpool will change the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Wolverine.[130]

After the acquisition of 21st Century Fox by Disney was announced in December 2017, Disney CEO Bob Iger said Ryan Reynolds would reprise his role as Wade Wilson / Deadpool from 20th Century Fox's R-rated X-Men films Deadpool (2016) and Deadpool 2 (2018) in the PG-13 rated Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).[131][132] By December 2019, Reynolds confirmed a third Deadpool film was in development at Marvel Studios,[9] with Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Logelin writing the film by November 2020,[133] when Reynolds' involvement and the film's R-rating were confirmed.[133][134] In January 2021, Feige confirmed the film's MCU setting.[134] In March 2022, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick were hired to return from the first two films to rewrite the screenplay, while Shawn Levy was revealed to be directing.[77] Zeb Wells, Reynolds, and Levy also co-wrote the script,[135][76] while Reynolds, Levy,[136][76] and Lauren Shuler Donner also produce,[76] with Reynolds doing so through his production company Maximum Effort,[10] and Levy through his company 21 Laps Entertainment.[137] Hugh Jackman co-stars as James "Logan" Howlett / Wolverine, reprising the role from the X-Men film series.[44] Filming began in late May 2023 in London,[138][139] and at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, England.[140] It was suspended in July due to the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike,[60] resumed in late November after the strike's conclusion,[141][142] and wrapped in January 2024.[143] The film's title was revealed in February 2024.[76] Deadpool & Wolverine is scheduled to be released on July 26, 2024.[76]

Returning from the previous Deadpool films are Morena Baccarin as Vanessa, Rob Delaney as Peter, Leslie Uggams as Blind Al, Karan Soni as Dopinder, Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Stefan Kapičić as the voice of Colossus, Shioli Kutsuna as Yukio,[144] and Lewis Tan as Shatterstar,[145] with Aaron Stanford reprising his role as Pyro from the X-Men film series[146] and Jennifer Garner reprising her role as Elektra from the Fox-produced films Daredevil (2003) and Elektra (2005).[147] The Time Variance Authority from Loki is featured in the film.[148]

Captain America: Brave New World (2025)

In April 2021, a fourth Captain America film was revealed to be in development, with a script co-written by Malcolm Spellman and Dalan Musson. The duo previously served as head writer and a staff writer, respectively, on the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021).[24] Anthony Mackie joined by August the same year, to headline the film reprising his role as Sam Wilson / Captain America.[149] Julius Onah was chosen to direct in July 2022[150][78] and co-wrote the script with Spellman,[56] who also produces the film.[151] The film will explore the effects of becoming Captain America on Wilson.[152] Initially announced as Captain America: New World Order in July 2022,[38] the film was retitled Captain America: Brave New World in June 2023.[56] Filming began in March 2023,[153] at Trilith Studios in Atlanta[154] and in Washington, D.C.,[155] and lasted until June.[156] Matthew Orton was hired in December to write for additional photography, which is set to occur from May to August 2024.[79][157] Captain America: Brave New World is scheduled to be released on February 14, 2025.[66]

Danny Ramirez and Carl Lumbly reprise their respective roles of Joaquin Torres / Falcon and Isaiah Bradley from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,[158][159] alongside Tim Blake Nelson as Samuel Sterns / Leader and Liv Tyler as Betty Ross from The Incredible Hulk (2008).[158][160] Harrison Ford portrays Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, replacing William Hurt, who played the role in the MCU films before his death in 2022.[161]

Thunderbolts (2025)

A group of antiheroes go on missions for the government.[36]

By June 2022, a Thunderbolts film was in development, with Jake Schreier attached to direct,[36][78] and Eric Pearson writing the screenplay.[36] In September, the Thunderbolts team was announced to include Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier / White Wolf, Hannah John-Kamen as Ava Starr / Ghost, Wyatt Russell as John Walker / U.S. Agent, Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Valentina Allegra de Fontaine, Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova / Black Widow, David Harbour as Alexei Shostakov / Red Guardian, and Olga Kurylenko as Antonia Dreykov / Taskmaster, all reprising their roles from previous MCU projects.[162] Lee Sung Jin joined the film to rewrite the script by March 2023,[80] and Joanna Calo joined for further rewrites by February 2024.[81] Filming began in late February 2024,[163] at Trilith Studios and Atlanta Metro Studios in Atlanta,[164][165] and is also expected to take place in Utah and New York.[166][167] Thunderbolts is scheduled to be released on May 2, 2025.[70]

Harrison Ford is set to reprise his role as Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross from Captain America: Brave New World,[161] along with Laurence Fishburne as Bill Foster and Rachel Weisz as Melina Vostokoff from previous MCU media.[168]

Television series

SeriesSeasonEpisodesOriginally releasedHead writer(s) /
showrunner[a]
Director(s)Status
First releasedLast releasedNetwork
Secret Invasion16June 21, 2023 (2023-06-21)July 26, 2023 (2023-07-26)Disney+Kyle Bradstreet[169][b]Ali Selim[173]Released
Loki26October 5, 2023 (2023-10-05)November 9, 2023 (2023-11-09)Eric Martin[174]Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead, Dan DeLeeuw, and Kasra Farahani[175]
What If...?29December 22, 2023 (2023-12-22)December 30, 2023 (2023-12-30)A. C. Bradley[31]Stephan Franck and Bryan Andrews[68]
Echo[c]15January 9, 2024 (2024-01-09)Disney+
Hulu
Marion Dayre and Amy Rardin[63]Sydney Freeland and Catriona McKenzie[176]
Agatha: Darkhold Diaries19[177]Late 2024 (2024)[32]TBADisney+Jac Schaeffer[31]Jac Schaeffer, Gandja Monteiro, and Rachel Goldberg[178]Post-production
Eyes of Wakanda1TBA2024 (2024)[69]TBATBATBAIn production
Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man1TBA2024 (2024)[69]TBAJeff Trammell[31]TBA
Daredevil: Born Again118[179]9[179]2025 (2025)[179]TBADario Scardapane[170]Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead[170][d]Filming
9[179]TBATBA
Ironheart16[181]TBA[32]TBAChinaka Hodge[181]Sam Bailey and Angela Barnes[182]Post-production

Secret Invasion (2023)

Nick Fury works with Talos, a shapeshifting alien Skrull, to uncover a conspiracy by a group of renegade Skrulls led by Gravik who plan to gain control of Earth by posing as different humans around the world.[183][173]

By September 2020, Marvel Studios was developing a series centered on Nick Fury, with Samuel L. Jackson reprising his role and Kyle Bradstreet serving as head writer.[184] That December, Marvel Studios revealed the series to be an adaptation of the Secret Invasion comic book storyline, and confirmed Jackson, with Ben Mendelsohn co-starring as Talos.[17] Filming had begun by September 2021 in London,[185] with Ali Selim directing the series.[173] Filming concluded in late April 2022.[186] Additional filming occurred across West Yorkshire and in Liverpool, England.[187][188] During production, much of the series' creative team was replaced, with Brian Tucker taking over as writer from Bradstreet and co-director Thomas Bezucha exiting.[169] Extensive reshoots took place from mid-June to late September 2022.[189][190][191] Secret Invasion premiered on June 21, 2023,[173] and consisted of six episodes,[192] concluding on July 26, 2023.[193]

Secret Invasion is set around 2026,[91] thirty years after the events of Captain Marvel.[194] Reprising their roles from previous MCU media are Don Cheadle, Cobie Smulders, Martin Freeman, and O-T Fagbenle as James "Rhodey" Rhodes,[195] Maria Hill,[196] Everett K. Ross,[197] and Rick Mason, respectively.[198] Emilia Clarke plays an adult version of G'iah,[183] who appeared as Talos' unnamed child in Captain Marvel, played by Auden L. Ophuls and Harriet L. Ophuls.[199] Charlotte Baker and Kate Braithwaite appear as Talos' wife Soren,[200] who was portrayed by Sharon Blynn in Captain Marvel and Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019).[201]

Loki season 2 (2023)

After the events of the first season, Loki teams up with Mobius M. Mobius, Hunter B-15, and other Time Variance Authority agents "in a battle for the soul" of the TVA. He continues to explore the multiverse in search of Sylvie, Ravonna Renslayer, and Miss Minutes.[202]

The first season of Loki premiered in June 2021.[203] Development on a second season had begun by November 2020,[21] with season one head writer Michael Waldron expected to once again be involved "in some capacity" by January 2021.[204] The season was officially confirmed in July 2021, along with Tom Hiddleston returning to star as Loki.[22][205] By February 2022, Eric Martin was set to write the season, with Waldron as an executive producer.[174] Filming began in mid-June 2022,[206] at Pinewood Studios in the United Kingdom,[207] with Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead directing the majority of episodes,[174] and Dan DeLeeuw and Kasra Farahani also directing.[175] Shooting concluded that October.[208] The second season of Loki premiered on October 5, 2023,[209] and ran for six episodes,[174] concluding on November 9.[210]

The second season begins immediately after the first-season finale, taking place outside of time and space while some events occur between the past, present, and future.[211] Jonathan Majors reprises his role as Victor Timely from Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.[212]

What If...? season 2 (2023)

Following the formation of the Guardians of the Multiverse, the Watcher continues to meet new heroes and strange worlds in the Marvel Cinematic Universe multiverse.[31]

The first season of What If...? premiered in August 2021.[213] In December 2019, Marvel Studios Animation had begun work on the second season.[8][214] A. C. Bradley and Bryan Andrews return as head writer and lead director, respectively,[31] with Stephan Franck also directing,[68] and Jeffrey Wright returning to narrate the season as the Watcher.[32] The season debuted on December 22, 2023,[215] and consists of nine episodes releasing daily until December 30.[215][216]

The season's final episode includes the multiverse tree established in the Loki season two finale.[217] Many actors from the films voice their respective characters in the season.[218]

Echo (2024)

Maya Lopez returns to her hometown after the events in New York City, where she must come to terms with her past, while reconnecting with her Native American roots, and embrace her family and community.[176]

Development on a spin-off from the series Hawkeye (2021) starring Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez / Echo began by March 2021, with Etan Cohen and Emily Cohen set to write and executive produce.[23] Echo was officially announced that November,[31] when Marion Dayre was revealed to be serving as head writer;[219] Dayre serves as head writer along with Amy Rardin.[63] Filming began in late April 2022,[220] and concluded in late August,[221] occurring throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area in Atlanta,[222] Peachtree City,[223] Social Circle,[224] and Grantville, Georgia,[225] with Sydney Freeland and Catriona McKenzie directing episodes of the series.[176] Echo was released in its entirety simultaneously on Disney+ and Hulu on January 9, 2024,[226][63] and consists of five episodes.[227] The series will be available on Hulu until April 9, 2024.[64] It is part of the "Marvel Spotlight" banner.[65]

Echo is set five months after the events of Hawkeye in May 2025,[228] and leads into the events of Daredevil: Born Again.[229] Zahn McClarnon reprises his role as William Lopez from Hawkeye,[230] along with Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk / Kingpin and Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock / Daredevil from previous MCU media.[231] Jeremy Renner appears as Clint Barton / Ronin through archive footage from Hawkeye,[232] while Richie Palmer, Sr. and ML Gemmill respectively voice Fisk's parents Bill and Marlene Fisk, replacing Domenick Lombardozzi and Phyllis Somerville, who portrayed the characters in the first season of Daredevil (2015).[233]

Agatha: Darkhold Diaries

Agatha Harkness finds she is powerless after breaking out of her containment in Westview, New Jersey. She looks to some unlikely allies to join her on her quest to regain her former powers.[234]

Development on a spin-off from the series WandaVision starring Kathryn Hahn as Agatha Harkness began by October 2021, with Jac Schaeffer set to write and executive produce.[30] The series was initially announced in November 2021 as Agatha: House of Harkness,[31] until it was retitled Agatha: Coven of Chaos in July 2022,[38] and retitled again to Agatha: Darkhold Diaries in September 2023.[32] Filming began in mid-January 2023,[235][178] at Trilith Studios in Atlanta,[236] with Schaeffer, Gandja Monteiro, and Rachel Goldberg directing episodes of the series,[178] and concluded by late May.[237] Agatha: Darkhold Dairies is expected to be released in late 2024 as a lead-up to Halloween,[32] and will consist of nine episodes.[177]

Several actors reprise their WandaVision roles, including Emma Caulfield Ford as Sarah Proctor, Debra Jo Rupp as Sharon Davis, David Payton as John Collins, David Lengel as Harold Proctor, Asif Ali as Abilash Tandon, Amos Glick as "Dennis", Brian Brightman as a sheriff, and Kate Forbes as Evanora Harkness.[178][238][239]

Eyes of Wakanda

The series tells the story of Wakandan warriors who, throughout history, have traveled the world to retrieve dangerous vibranium artifacts.[68]

The series was announced from Marvel Studios Animation in December 2023,[68] created in collaboration with Ryan Coogler's Proximity Media. In January 2024, Todd Harris was revealed to have pitched the series to Marvel Studios and Coogler. He previously served as a storyboard artist at Marvel Studios.[240] Eyes of Wakanda is scheduled to premiere on Disney+ in 2024.[69]

Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man

Peter Parker's origin story and early days using the Spider-Man persona are explored while Norman Osborn becomes his mentor.[31][241]

In November 2021, the animated series Spider-Man: Freshman Year was announced, with Jeff Trammell serving as head writer and executive producer. The series features a style that "celebrates" and pays homage to the early Spider-Man comics.[31][39] Hudson Thames voices Parker, after previously doing so in What If...?.[242] The series was retitled Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man by December 2023.[68] The first season of Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man is scheduled to be released in 2024.[69] A second season, originally announced as Spider-Man: Sophomore Year, is in development.[39]

Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man is set in an alternate reality from the main MCU continuity in which Norman Osborn is Peter Parker's mentor instead of Tony Stark.[241] Charlie Cox voices Matt Murdock / Daredevil, reprising the role from previous MCU media.[39] The series features Osborn and Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus, following the appearance of other versions of the characters in Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021), along with Mac Gargan / Scorpion and Dr. Stephen Strange from prior MCU media, and Nico Minoru, who appeared in the Marvel Television series Runaways (2017–2019).[39]

Daredevil: Born Again

In March 2022, a new Daredevil project was revealed to be in development with Feige as a producer,[33][34] after Disney regained the rights to the Marvel Television series Daredevil from Netflix and it began streaming on Disney+.[243][244] The series was confirmed to be in development for Disney+ in May, with Matt Corman and Chris Ord attached as head writers and executive producers,[35] and was officially announced in July with Charlie Cox returning as Matt Murdock / Daredevil.[245] Filming began in early March 2023, on location in New York,[246][247] and also occurred at Silvercup Studios East.[53] Production was suspended in June due to the writers' strike,[59] with less than half of the series' episodes filmed. By late September 2023, Marvel Studios decided to overhaul the series creatively, replacing Corman and Ord as head writers and releasing the remaining directors, with some elements already shot planned to be retained.[169] Before the overhaul Michael Cuesta was directing the first episode, Clark Johnson directing two episodes, and Jeffrey Nachmanoff and David Boyd also directing episodes of the series.[180] In October, Dario Scardapane was hired to serve as the showrunner, working on new episodes as well as scenes for episodes already shot, along with the duo of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead to direct the remaining episodes.[170] Filming resumed in January 2024.[248] Daredevil: Born Again is scheduled to premiere in 2025, and is expected to consist of 18 episodes divided into nine-episode halves.[179]

Daredevil: Born Again is set after the events of Echo.[229] D'Onofrio will reprise his role as Wilson Fisk / Kingpin from previous MCU media,[245] along with Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle / Punisher,[249] Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page, Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson,[250] and Wilson Bethel as Benjamin "Dex" Poindexter from Marvel's Netflix television series.[251]

Ironheart

In December 2020, Marvel Studios announced a series centered on Riri Williams / Ironheart was in development starring Dominique Thorne,[17] reprising her role from the film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.[252] Chinaka Hodge was hired as head writer in April 2021.[181] Ryan Coogler, writer and director of Black Panther (2018) and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, produces the series through his company Proximity Media.[182] Filming had begun by early June 2022,[253][254] at Trilith Studios in Atlanta,[255] with Sam Bailey and Angela Barnes directing episodes of the series.[182] Filming also occurred in Chicago by late October,[256] and concluded in early November.[257][258] Ironheart will consist of six episodes.[181]

Ironheart is set after the events of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.[259]

Shorts

I Am Groot season 2 (2023)

SeriesSeasonEpisodesOriginally releasedWriter and director
I Am Groot25September 6, 2023 (2023-09-06)Kirsten Lepore[260]

Each short follows Baby Groot as he explores the universe beyond the confines of the Guardians of the Galaxy's ship, going on adventures with new and unusual characters that get him into trouble.[261][31][262]

The first five shorts of I Am Groot premiered in August 2022.[263] Production on five additional shorts was underway by July 2022,[40][41] described as a second season.[264] Kirsten Lepore returns as head writer, director,[260] and executive producer, with Vin Diesel once again voicing Baby Groot.[262] The second season of I Am Groot premiered with five shorts on Disney+ on September 6, 2023.[61][62]

Jeffrey Wright reprises his role as the Watcher from What If...? in the season.[265]

Timeline

Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Five timeline
Full timeline at Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline[e]
Titles in parentheses are included for reference
1995(Captain Marvel)
1996–2013
2014I Am Groot eps. 6–10[268]
2015–2023
2024(Hawkeye)
2025Echo[228]
(The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special)
2026Quantumania[92][91]
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3[109][267]
Secret Invasion[194][91]
The Marvels[123]

Echo is set five months after the events of Hawkeye, in May 2025.[228] Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is set in 2026.[91][92] Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is set after the events of The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special.[109][267] Secret Invasion is set around 2026,[91] thirty years after the events of Captain Marvel.[194] The Marvels is set in 2026, after Secret Invasion and Ms. Marvel.[123] Ironheart is set after the events of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.[259] Daredevil: Born Again is set after the events of Echo.[229]

The second season of Loki begins immediately after the first-season finale, taking place outside of time and space while some events occur between the past, present, and future.[211]

Recurring cast and characters

List indicator(s)

This section includes characters who will appear in multiple films and/or television series within Phase Five of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and have appeared in the billing block for at least one film or have been a member of the starring cast for at least one series.

  • A dark grey cell indicates the character's presence in the films or series has not yet been announced.
  • C indicates an uncredited cameo role.
  • V indicates a voice-only role.
Recurring cast and characters of Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Five
Character 2023 2024 2025
Ant-Man and the Wasp:
Quantumania
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Secret Invasion I Am Groot
season 2
Loki
season 2
The Marvels What If...?
season 2
Echo Captain America:
Brave New World
Thunderbolts Daredevil:
Born Again
Bucky Barnes
Winter Soldier
Sebastian StanV[269] Sebastian Stan[162]
Wilson Fisk
Kingpin
Vincent D'Onofrio[231] Vincent D'Onofrio[245]
Bill Foster Laurence FishburneV[269] Laurence Fishburne[168]
Nick Fury Samuel L. Jackson[17] Samuel L. Jackson[270] Samuel L. JacksonV[218]
Gamora Zoë Saldaña[102] Cynthia McWilliamsV[271]
Groot Vin DieselV[102] Vin DieselV[262] Fred TatascioreV[272]
Maria Hill Cobie Smulders[196] Cobie SmuldersV[273]
Howard the Duck Seth GreenV[274] Seth GreenV[272]
Scott Lang
Ant-Man
Paul Rudd[14] Paul RuddV[218]
Loki[f] Tom HiddlestonC[94] Tom Hiddleston[205] Tom HiddlestonV[218]
Mobius M. Mobius Owen WilsonC[94] Owen Wilson[276]
Matt Murdock
Daredevil
Charlie Cox[231] Charlie Cox[245]
Nebula Karen Gillan[102] Karen GillanV[272]
Hank Pym Michael Douglas[14] Michael DouglasV[218]
Peter Quill
Star-Lord
Chris Pratt[102] Mace Montgomery MiskelV[269]
Thaddeus Ross Harrison Ford[161]
Valkyrie Tessa Thompson[129] Tessa ThompsonV[218]
Victor Timely Jonathan MajorsC[94] Jonathan Majors[212]
Hope van Dyne
Wasp
Evangeline Lilly[14] Madeleine McGrawV[269]
Melina Vostokoff Rachel WeiszV[269] Rachel Weisz[168]
The Watcher Jeffrey WrightV[265] Jeffrey WrightV[32]

Music

Soundtracks

Soundtracks of Phase Five films
Title U.S. release date Length Composer(s) Label
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) February 15, 2023 (2023-02-15) 1:00:14 Christophe Beck Hollywood Records
Marvel Music
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (Original Score) May 3, 2023 (2023-05-03) 1:03:02 John Murphy
The Marvels (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) November 8, 2023 (2023-11-08) 1:08:29 Laura Karpman
Soundtracks of Phase Five series
Title U.S. release date Length Composer(s) Label
Secret Invasion: Vol. 1 (Episodes 1–3) (Original Soundtrack) July 12, 2023 (2023-07-12) 46:59 Kris Bowers Hollywood Records
Marvel Music
Secret Invasion: Vol. 2 (Episodes 4–6) (Original Soundtrack) August 4, 2023 (2023-08-04) 54:11
Loki: Season 2 – Vol. 1 (Episodes 1–3) (Original Soundtrack) October 27, 2023 (2023-10-27) 52:07 Natalie Holt
Loki: Season 2 – Vol. 2 (Episodes 4–6) (Original Soundtrack) November 17, 2023 (2023-11-17) 1:09:34
What If... Happy Hogan Saved Christmas? (Season 2/Episode 3) (Original Soundtrack) December 15, 2023 (2023-12-15) 4:51 Laura Karpman and Nora Kroll-Rosenbaum
What If...?: Season 2 (Original Soundtrack) January 5, 2024 (2024-01-05) 32:00
Echo (Original Soundtrack) January 12, 2024 (2024-01-12) 1:17:00 Dave Porter

Compilation albums

Compilation albums of Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Five
Title U.S. release date Length Label
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3: Awesome Mix Vol. 3 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) May 3, 2023 (2023-05-03) 1:05:13 Hollywood Records
Marvel Music

Home media

Home media of Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Five
Film Digital release DVD/Blu-ray release
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania April 18, 2023 (2023-04-18) May 16, 2023 (2023-05-16)
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 July 7, 2023 (2023-07-07) August 1, 2023 (2023-08-01)
The Marvels January 16, 2024 (2024-01-16) February 13, 2024 (2024-02-13)

In June 2021, Matt Mitovich of TVLine reported that there were no plans at that time to release the Disney+ series on physical media.[277]

Reception

Box office performance

Box office performance of Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Five
Film U.S. release date Box office gross All-time ranking Budget Ref.
U.S. and Canada Other territories Worldwide U.S. and Canada[278] Worldwide[279]
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania February 17, 2023 $214,504,909 $261,566,271 $476,071,180 204 262 $200 million [280][281]
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 May 5, 2023 $358,995,815 $486,559,962 $845,555,777 63 91 $250 million [282][283]
The Marvels November 10, 2023 $84,500,223 $121,373,601 $205,873,824 985 865 $219.8–274.8 million [284][285]
Total $658,000,947 $869,499,834 $1,527,500,781 $669.8–724.8 million

Critical and public response

Critical and public response of Phase Five films
Film Critical Public
Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic CinemaScore PostTrak
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania 46% (410 reviews)[286] 48 (61 reviews)[287] B[288] 75%[288]
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 82% (403 reviews)[289] 64 (63 reviews)[290] A[291] 91%[291]
The Marvels 62% (350 reviews)[292] 50 (57 reviews)[293] B[294] 73%[294]
Critical response of Phase Five series
Series Season Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic
Secret Invasion 53% (197 reviews)[295] 63 (24 reviews)[296]
Loki 2 82% (167 reviews)[297] 65 (23 reviews)[298]
What If...? 2 88% (26 reviews)[299] 79 (7 reviews)[300]
Echo 74% (71 reviews)[301] 62 (23 reviews)[302]

Tie-in media

Marvel Studios: Legends season 2 (2023–present)

The first season of Marvel Studios: Legends premiered in January 2021 for Phase Four.[303] The series examines individual heroes, villains, moments, and objects from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and how they connect, in anticipation of the upcoming stories that will feature them in Phase Five.[303][304] The second season premiered on Disney+ on February 10, 2023, with the release of the first three episodes.[304][305] Episodes highlighted Ant-Man, Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne, the Wasp,[304] Peter Quill, Gamora, Nebula, Rocket, Kraglin, Groot,[306][305] Nick Fury, Maria Hill, Talos and the Skrulls, Everett Ross, James Rhodes,[307] the TVA, Variants,[308] Carol Danvers, Monica Rambeau, and Kamala Khan,[309] and the Guardians of the Multiverse.[310]

Marvel Studios: Assembled (2023–present)

Marvel Studios: Assembled premiered in March 2021 for Phase Four. Each special of the documentary series goes behind the scenes of the making of the MCU films and television series with cast members and additional creatives.[311] The first special for Phase Five was released on Disney+ on July 19, 2023, for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,[312] followed by additional specials for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Secret Invasion,[313] Loki season two,[309] Echo,[314] and The Marvels.[315]

Notes

  1. ^ Beginning with Daredevil: Born Again, Marvel Studios shifted their creative philosophy to a more traditional television development process, moving away from head writers and began to hire dedicated showrunners for their series.[169] The showrunner title applies to Dario Scardapane on Born Again.[170]
  2. ^ During production of Secret Invasion, Bradstreet was replaced as writer by Brian Tucker,[169] who received the majority of the writing credits on the series.[171][172]
  3. ^ Part of the "Marvel Spotlight" banner[65]
  4. ^ Though the series' directors were released with the series' creative overhaul in September 2023, some scenes and episodes were expected to be retained.[169] Known directors before the overhaul included Michael Cuesta, Jeffrey Nachmanoff, Clark Johnson, and David Boyd.[180] Benson and Moorhead were set to direct the remaining episodes.[170]
  5. ^ The second season of Loki and second season of What If ...? are both excluded from the diagram because they both occur outside of the main timeline and in alternate timelines respectively.[211][8] Disney+'s timeline order places these seasons at the end of the timeline, after The Marvels.[266]
  6. ^ This is an alternate version of the character from a branched reality created in Avengers: Endgame (2019).[275]

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