Here’s How Many Marvel Movies And Shows To Expect Each Year Moving Forward


At Marvel’s peak in 2021, the studio had four MCU movies in theaters and five shows on Disney+. But going forward, those numbers are a thing of the past. Via Variety, Disney CEO Bob Iger laid out the studio’s strategy during an investment call. The new status quo is two Marvel TV series a year, and no more than three MCU movies a year.

Because of last year’s Hollywood strikes, Deadpool and Wolverine is the only Marvel movie heading to theaters in 2024. But there are four on the schedule for 2025, including Captain America: Brave New World, Thunderbolts, The Fantastic Four, and Blade. Considering the behind-the-scenes turmoil that Blade has already had, it seems possible that could slip into 2026.

Iger emphasized that the slowdown in production is part of an attempt to refocus on the quality of the shows and films, before adding “that’s particularly true with Marvel.”

“We’re slowly going to decrease volume and go to probably about two TV series a year instead of what had become four and reduce our film output from maybe four a year to two, or a maximum of three. And we’re working hard on what that path is,” continued Iger.

It’s unclear if the new plans for two Marvel shows on Disney+ include animated series like X-Men ’97, What If…?, or the yet-to-be-released Spider-Man: Freshman Year and Marvel Zombies. Marvel’s upcoming live-action shows include Agatha, Ironheart, and Wonder Man.


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