Marvel Studios has postponed several of the upcoming projects in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after production on ‘Blade’ was paused
Marvel fans have been disappointed with the quality of their work lately, although their viewership hasn’t decreased. Disney changed the release date of some films, including Marvel’s Blade, a highly anticipated film, due to production delays.
Blade, which was due to hit theaters on November 3, 2023, has been pushed back to 2024. Marvel film stars Mahershala Ali, Delroy Lindo and Aaron Pierre as Gene Colan, while Stacy Osei-Kuffour and Marv Wolfman are the film’s screenwriters. The theatrical release date is now set for September 6, 2024. However, we cannot confirm this as dates are subject to change. These changes also include the yet-to-be-titled three-parter Deadpool, which has been rescheduled from September 6, 2024 to November 8, 2024, and Fantastic Four, which has been rescheduled to February 14, 2025, Avengers: Secret Wars. , the first of two films in the Avengers franchise, originally set for November 7, 2025, will now open on May 5, 2026.
According to Deadline, the other titles receiving release dates from Disney today included Searchlight’s Chevalier on April 7, 2023, 20th’s A Haunting in Venice on September 15, 2023, and Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes on May 24 . 2024
However, after the news broke the internet, fans have been extremely disappointed with the banner and have launched a tirade fest on Twitter. “They need to stop announcing dates before they do any filming, they always get pushed back and people get upset when they just couldn’t do it lol,” said one fan. One fan wrote, “Like the MCU all connecting their stories together somehow if you move one of them you have to move them all around.” One fan tweeted, “You should stop announcing movies years in advance. Just say what you can realistically explain and keep quiet about the rest as it’s still largely unknown. Post more teasers for things closer to completion. Post more interviews/post the production pics,” while another fan added, “why is @MarvelStudios even bothering anymore. Just announce the movies and say they’re going to be out sometime in the next 5 years and leave it at that.” One fan wrote, “Dude there’s nothing coming out for the next year that people are dying to see , lol.
Regardless, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be released in theaters near you on November 11, 2022.
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