SDCC 2019: Blade, Fantastic Four, Mutants, and more sequels are coming to the MCU

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The Marvel panel at Hall H was one to remember this year. During their surprisingly short hour and a half panel, Marvel Studios’ announced the likes of The Eternals, Shang-Chi, Doctor Strange 2, Thor 4, and Black Widow. Not to mention, there will be four Marvel series coming to Disney+ in the next couple of years. It’s definitely a lot to take in.

In the end, Marvel’s head honcho Kevin Feige brought everyone on stage for one massive group photo of everyone wearing the Black Widow hats.

Marvel Studios' Phase Four cast and crew

(Photo: Eric Charbonneau)

Yet Feige wasn’t done…

He brought onto the stage two-time Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali to the stage to reveal his own hat. And that hat was… Blade.

Yes, the character that brought forth the superhero movie renaissance is coming back once again. Blade in the MCU means that Marvel is going all-in on the horror side of the Marvel Universe.

Mahershala Ali with the Blade hat

(Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney)

Even with the ten titles on the timeline, the runtime still wasn’t enough. He said that we’re getting Black Panther 2, Captain Marvel 2, and Guardians 3. Also, Feige confirms that we’re getting Fantastic Four and Mutants as well.

However, the aforementioned films won’t be a part of Phase Four. The five movies and five films that make up the Phase Four timeline are it. Fantastic Four, Mutants, and all the other Marvel sequels won’t be any added to the timeline. There’s no word when these films will come out. However, it’s good to hear that we’re getting these movies.

Which film are you looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below.

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