Over the past 10 plus years, Marvel Studios has built up quite the library of content for the MCU. Although I’d argue the worth of it has declined, they’re showing no signs to slow down.

Victoria Alonso, Marvel Studios President has confirmed there’s 31 projects for the MCU in the works. She confirmed it while speaking during an engagement at “El Caecito.”

“We are currently working on 31 projects, don’t add four more, please,”

Alonso corrected an interviewer who suggested that there are currently 35 projects on Marvel’s plate.

There’s no argument, Marvel Studios is a juggernaut of entertainment production in the industry. There’s always more demand for their content and they metaphorically have a money tree in the back yard named Disney. So there’s no surprise they have so many projects being worked on, but that’s still a lot of story and character arcs to juggle.

This year alone Marvel has Eternals, Hawkeye and Spider-Man: No Way Home on the way. They have nine projects arriving in 2022. Including Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and The Marvels.


Disney+ will have its fair share of content related to the MCU too with the arrival of Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, Moonknight and Secret Invasion.

2023 is also set to be packed full of MCU stuff. There’ll be Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 releasing. Along with three other untitled MCU movies too.

There’s also rumblings of Disney+ getting Ironheart, Armor Wars and most likely a What If…? second season. Also somewhere in the future, there’s supposed to be a second season of Loki.

As for the untitled movies, it’s been confirmed that there’s work going on for Deadpool 3 and of course the Blade reboot. It’s also been suggested that there will be Fantastic Four arriving, maybe in the near future. At some point, we know the X-Men will make their way to the MCU, even if the name might not be inclusive enough for some.

It’s kind of funny, Disney tried using the excuse for Star Wars failing due to too much content, but here they are, shoving all the Marvel content down our throats.

Most of the MCU content is found on Disney+ and their newest movie, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is in theaters and is set to start streaming on November 12.

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