Marvel Studios could end up releasing a new Marvel Cinematic Universe movie or TV show episode almost every week in 2021.

2021 has the makings of a landmark year for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. WandaVision It has already become the first MCU series to air on Disney +, with many more scheduled to follow over the next ten months or so. There are also several Marvel Studios movies on the release schedule this year, including those that were pushed back from their original 2020 release dates due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Add all of that and there could be new MCU releases every week (or close) until the end of 2021.

TO Reddit The user has provided a visualization of what the full MCU schedule would look like this year, based on Marvel Studios current release plans. As your breakdown illustrates, there could be a new episode of an MCU series on Disney + for 38 weeks this year, between WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, Marvel’s What If …?, Mrs. Marvel Y Hawkeye. The remaining weeks would be covered by the movies. Black widow, Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings Y Eternal, with episodes of “Making Of” on Disney + forming a buffer between shows and movies.

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Obviously, there are some caveats to this. The most important one concerns the MCU’s list of films for 2021, which is highly subject to change and will largely depend on how the distribution of the coronavirus vaccine develops in the coming months. Similarly, unless Disney decides to give Black widow a simultaneous release on Disney + and theaters, the odds are not in favor of it sticking to its current May release date. Then again, even if it does move, Marvel Studios might just choose to go up Loki Y Marvel’s What If …? while pushing Black widow Y Shang-chi at the end of this year, without moving anything else.

Clearly, there is some leeway for the MCU to change its Phase 4 release list without creating continuity issues. WandaVision initially it was supposed to come out later The Falcon and the Winter SoldierHowever, in many respects, it worked better as the first installment of Phase 4. Similarly, because Black widow takes place before the other MCU Phase 4 movies and TV shows, it shouldn’t be a problem if it comes out after Loki. And what is more, Loki, Marvel’s What If …?, Mrs. Marvel Y Hawkeye They haven’t received any specific release dates yet, so Marvel is pretty much playing it by ear at the moment anyway.

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Reddit breakdown also leaves out the untitled title Spider man 3, which is currently the last MCU movie scheduled to release this year. Of course, it’s hard to say how that sequel will be affected by the rest of the MCU lineup this year, given it’s a Sony movie. The general public is expected to have achieved herd immunity against coronavirus much earlier. Spider man 3It’s the release date of December 17, so if the movie moves, it should be to accommodate Disney and Marvel Studios.

Regardless of the way things play out, it seems like viewers won’t have long to wait between new MCU releases this year. While franchise fatigue is a more real concern than it has been in the past, with so many MCU titles coming out in a single year, the schedule presented here would make it easier for the public to keep up with the latest happenings without feeling overwhelmed. Furthermore, as the discussions around WandaVision, people seem to be enjoying having a new MCU narrative to dissect and analyze each week.

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