A deplorable Ant-Man 3, a box office at half mast for The Marvels, a disappointing Secret Invasion and legal problems for the actor who plays Kang, THE big bad guy of the current arc: it's not It's hard to say that 2023 will have marked a nasty drop in level for the Marvel Universe (MCU) in cinema and on TV.
So let's take a look at what 2024 has in store for us, with in July a good hope called Deadpool 3, which should unify the Marvel universe with that of the X-Men previously in the fold of Fox (bought by Disney Since). Note that since The Avengers in 2012, this is the first time that there will be only one Marvel film in theaters. Quality rather than quantity, we prefer.
On the series side, heavy stuff
On the Disney+ side, the year will begin on January 10 with Echo, a series derived from Hawkeye and pioneer of the Marvel Spotlight line, less connected to the rest of the MCU. Later this year will come Agatha: Darkhold Diaries, sequel to WandaVision. Finally, let's note X-Men '97, an animated series with a retro style.
If comic book fans also want quantity, they will have to turn to Sony, which will offer three films in its "Spider-Man Universe »: Madame Web in February, Kraven the Hunter in August, and the third Venom in November.