In a big Comic-Con panel, Marvel announced MCU Phases 5 and 6, along with “Black Panther 2.”

Marvel unveiled details on a new Fantastic Four picture. The upcoming ‘Ant-Man’ feature, and the “final” Guardians of the Galaxy adventure.

Kevin Feige reveals Marvel’s “Phase Five” at San Diego Comic-Con.

It’s a Marvel universe, and Comic-Con is just living in it.

As predicted from the most anticipated event at Comic-Con. Marvel threw the kitchen sink at thousands of spectators during their loaded Saturday evening panel. Revealing more on the future of the MCU with a plan for the conclusion of Phase 4. And the start of Phase 5. And even foreshadowing Phase 6. Three years after wowing the Comic-Con crowd with the MCU’s fate beyond Avengers: Endgame, Marvel Studios delivered again, unveiling new trailers and details for Black Panther: Until the day we meet again, Ant-Man. Quantum fetishism Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and Ant-Man and the Wasp. The new Ant-Man will kick off Phase 5 and introduce Kang the Conqueror. The franchise’s next major enemy of the “Multiverse Saga.”

After Black Panther ends Phase 4, Phase 5 starts with Quantumania and continues with a comprehensive slate of movies. And Disney+ shows, including Secret Invasion, Loki season 2. And the previously announced Blade reboot starring Mahershala Ali in 2023 and a new Captain America film in 2024.

Phase 6 will begin with a revival of Fantastic 4 in November 2024 and end. The Kang Dynasty and Secret War in May and November 2025, respectively.

Let’s fast-forward to where the panel ended: Black Panther. After a breathtaking African drum and dance demonstration. Ryan Coogler addressed the stage to welcome his actors and prep the fans for the upcoming picture. As Marvel President Kevin Feige noted at the presentation’s opening, we’re reaching the end of Phase 4. And Wakanda Forever will end it in November.

“Five years ago, I sat there, and we debuted the initial Black Panther footage. Sitting next to me on my left was our T’challa, the late Chadwick Boseman. He remarked as supporters roared and applauded. “The actors, including Chad, hadn’t seen [the footage]. He grasped my hand with his big hands. As the clip continued, he squeezed my shoulder. I felt his touch on me for hours. Listening to those musicians play, I guarantee I feel his touch on me now.”

Returning cast members include Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Winston Duke, Angela Bassett, and Florence Kasumba. Among the newcomers are Tenoch Huerta as Namor and Dominique Thorn as Riri Williams/Ironheart.

Wright adds of making the new film. “It’s a blessing, we’ve all grown so much as a family with our characters. We’re so proud to present this movie to you guys and commemorate big bro at the same time.”

Huerta, who delivered his appreciation in Spanish, underlined the significance of respecting inclusivity in bringing him into the picture. “I want to express something about inclusion,” Huerta said of his new job. Many youngsters in the hood look at us and want to be here.

Before releasing the Black Panther sequel, James Gunn teased Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3. He dubbed “the end of the saga.” “I fell in love with these guys, who aren’t superheroes but space adventurers,” Gunn added. “They’ve saved the universe a couple of times… But what they do is keep each other.

A new teaser for the May 2023 picture implies a hunt for the origins of. Bradley Cooper’s raccoon character Rocket and pulls back on the sad. Romance between Zoe Saldana’s Gamora and Pratt’s Starlord.

“How is he genuine? Where did he come from?” Gunn said of Rocket. I realized it’s the saddest narrative in the universe — and that’s what this story is about.

Pratt, who took the stage with Pom Klementieff Di and Karen Gillan, discussed what Starlord has been through since Endgame. “It opens up a vulnerability for the Guardians of the Galaxy,” Pratt explains.

Before the Guardians cast exited the stage. A figure dubbed the High Evolutionary emerged out of the crowd in full costume, relishing the opportunity to dissect. And improve “low-life filth such as yourselves” (We may infer he’s one of the key antagonists in the forthcoming movie.)

In this sneak look, Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang explores the quantum world with Hope Van Dyne. And his daughter Cassie after a period of relative leisure following his role in rescuing the universe. As seen in the teaser, while Scott isn’t marketing his book about saving the world. He’ll encounter Kang the Conqueror (Lovecraft Country’s Jonathan Majors), a version of one of Loki’s characters. And “the first film of phase 5,” Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, gets a trailer.

Outside the movie, Marvel featured two new series, She-Hulk, Attorney at Law, and Secret Invasion. Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk mentors Tatiana Mislany’s still-adjusting She-Hulk in the former’s fourth-wall-breaking trailer. Mislany’s character will defend superhumans.

Maria Hill and Nick Fury will confront the shape-shifting Skrulls in Secret Invasion.

Hill’s co-star Cobie Smulders stated the show is darker. “We’ll explore the characters more. It’s a thrilling mystery. Skrull, human? “We’ll have to guess.”

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