Marvel Studios was not playing games with the 2022 Hall H attendees. Kevin Feige not only announced the long-awaited Fantastic Four reboot; he also gave upcoming projects through phase six.
The Multiverse Saga:
- She-Hulk: Attorney at Law – August 17, 2022 (Disney+)
- Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – November 11, 2022 (theatrical release)
- Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania – February 17, 2023 (theatrical release)
- Secret Invasion – Spring 2023 (Disney+)
- Guardian of the Galaxy Vol. 3 – May 5, 2023 (theatrical release)
- Echo – Summer 2023 (Disney+)
- The Marvels – July 28, 2023 (theatrical release)
- Loki: Season 2 – Summer 2023 (Disney+)
- Iron Heart – Fall 2023 (Disney+)
- Blade – November 3, 2023 (theatrical release)
- Agatha: Coven of Chaos – Winter 2023/24 (Disney+)
- Daredevil: Born Again – Spring 2024 (Disney+)
- Captain America: New World Order – May 3, 2024 (theatrical release)
- Thunderbolts – July 26, 2024 (theatrical release)
- Fantastic Four – November 8, 2024 (theatrical release)
- Avengers: The Kang Dynasty – May 2, 2025 (theatrical release)
- Avengers: Secret Wars – November 7, 2025 (theatrical release)
When asked what makes her character Titania tick during the She-Hulk panel, The Good Place actress Jameela Jamil said, “Jealously and a desperate need for attention.”
There were also appearances by Secret Wars actress Colbie Smolders, Paul Rudd, Jonathan Majors, several members of the Guardian of the Galaxy cast and a surprise visit by the High Evolutionary himself.
But, none of these panels were more emotionally impactful than the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Film director Ryan Coogler was ushered in by a breathtaking performance by Baaba Maal, singer; Massamba Diop, percussionist; and a host of talented drummers and dancers.
After Coogler took a moment for the memory of Chadwick Boseman, he helped to welcome the cast to the stage including Tenoch Huerta (Namor) and Dominique Thorne (Riri Williams).
Thorne talks about the emotional and spiritual impact of the film.
Huerta discussed the importance of inclusion and its impact on children.
The Wakanda Forever trailer was a powerful reminder of the impact the first film had on Black culture. And if one could when an Oscar for a clip from a trailer, they should go ahead and hand it over to Angela Bassett. The music starts with a soulful cover of “No Woman No Cry” and builds to Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright.” This was the perfect punctuation for the Marvel Studios panel, and the film will be the perfect end for phase four.