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Marvel Movies Expected to be Released in 2024

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By Augustine Mbam - - 5 Mins Read
Deadpool in Deadpool & Wolverine Official Teaser
Deadpool in Deadpool & Wolverine | Marvel/YT

It's a Marvel-ous time for Movie Fans! If you're anything like me, you can't get enough of those action-packed, quip-filled Marvel movies. And let me tell you, 2024 is shaping up to be an absolute doozy for comic book movie fans!

Between the heavy hitters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and the wild cards from Sony, we've got a smorgasbord of superhero spectacles to look forward to. So grab some popcorn, and let's dive into the Marvel movies in order for 2024!

Kicking Off with a Bang: Deadpool & Wolverine


Deadpool in Deadpool & Wolverine
Deadpool & Wolverine | Marvel/YT


First up, we've got the one we've all been waiting for - Deadpool & Wolverine!

Scheduled for a July 26, 2024 release, this movie is set to be the first time Marvel Studios brings a former Fox character into the MCU as the lead.

That's right, folks, Ryan Reynolds' motor-mouthed mercenary and Hugh Jackman's iconic adamantium-clawed X-Man are teaming up for what promises to be an absolute riot.

But that's not all! The cast is stacked with familiar faces like Leslie Uggams and Karan Soni, as well as newcomers Emma Corrin and Matthew Macfadyen in undisclosed roles. 

Shawn Levy of Stranger Things fame is helming the project, and the script comes from the trusty hands of Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writers who brought us the first two Deadpool movies.

Now, rumor has it that the plot might involve some multiverse shenanigans with the Time Variance Authority and Mobius from Loki. Can you imagine the witty banter between Deadpool and Owen Wilson's character? I'm already giggling at the thought!

Kraven The Hunter Sony's-Verse Strikes Again

Marvel's not the only game in town, my friends. Sony's got a few tricks up its sleeve with their Spider-Man Universe movies, too.

First up, We've got Kraven the Hunter, starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson as the titular Spider-Man villain.




Originally slated for October 2023, the release has been pushed back to August 30, 2024, which might be a blessing in disguise.

After all, who wants to be too close to the Morbius meme-fest, am I right?

Now, here's the juicy bit: Kraven the Hunter is rumored to be positioning Taylor-Johnson's character as more of an antihero, potentially setting up a Sinister Six movie. Fingers crossed, because who doesn't love a good redemption arc?

Next on Sony's docket is Venom: The Last Dance


Venom in Venom The Last Dance
Venom: The Last Dance | YouTube


Starring our favorite symbiote-hosting antihero, Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy). This one's been pushed back a couple of times, with the current release date set for October 25, 2024.

While plot details are scarce, there are whispers of a multiverse angle, with Mrs. Chen from the previous Venom movies making an appearance.

Oh, and let's not forget the teaser with Tom Hardy screaming at graffiti of a dog.

Now, that could either be a tease for the Lobo Cartel (a gang of werewolves from the comics) or just a hint at more unhinged Venom action. Either way, I'm here for it!

The Animated Spider-Verse Continues


Screenshot of teaser trailer of the animated Spiderman: Beyond The Spider-Verse
Spiderman: Beyond The Spider-Verse teaser trailer | Screen Culture


But wait, there's more! Sony's Academy Award-winning animated Spider-Verse is set to continue with Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse.

Originally slated for March 29, 2024, the release date has been removed due to the SAG-AFTRA strikes affecting the voice actors. While a 2024 release is still possible, don't be surprised if it gets pushed to 2025.

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MCU Shows and More

Of course, it wouldn't be a Marvel year without some small-screen action, too.

While the release dates are still up in the air, we've got a handful of MCU shows lined up for 2024, including Echo, Agatha (formerly Agatha: Darkhold Diaries), and a new animated series set in Wakanda called Eyes of Wakanda.

Oh, and let's not forget the highly anticipated Daredevil: Born Again, which has also been delayed due to production hiccups.

Whew, that's a lot of Marvel goodness to look forward to! But hey, who's complaining? As long as we get our fill of witty one-liners, jaw-dropping action sequences, and larger-than-life heroes (and villains), I'll be a happy camper.

So, what are you most excited about in the marvel movies in 2024? Let me know in the comments, and let's count down the days until we can dive into these superhero adventures!