Photos from a crazy Marvel Cinematic Universe phase four panel at Comic-Con

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Marvel dominated Day 3 of San Diego Comic-Con and sent Twitter on a tizzy after the studio offered new details on phase four of its cinematic universe. Studio head Kevin Feige announced 10 projects. That’s right 10 of them being released across theaters and the upcoming Disney Plus streaming service.

The panel at Hall H kicked off with the introduction of “Eternals” cast, which included Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Kumail Nanjiani and Salma Hayek. That film comes out Nov. 6, 2020. They offered details on “Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” which will air on the Disney Plus streaming service in Fall 2020. “WandaVision” (Spring 2021), “Hawkeye” (Fall 2021), “Loki” (Spring 2021) and “What If …?” (Summer 2021) are the other shows that will be on the service. They will star the same actors as the movies. The interesting one is the “What If …?” series, which is animated, and is likely based on the famous comic of the same name.

The big movies to look out for are “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” which will star Simu Liu, Tony Leung and Awkwafina. That comes out Feb. 12, 2021. “Black Widow” starring Scarlett Johansson will kick off phase four with its release May 1, 2020. “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” (May 7, 2021) is being dubbed as Marvel’s attempt at a horror-themed film while “Thor: Love and Thunder” (Nov. 5, 2021) will likely have the same comedy theme with director Taika Waititi at the helm.

Feige made the surprise announcement that “Blade” is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will star Mahershala Ali. Lastly, he said the Fantastic Four and X-Men are in the works but other than that he stayed mum on the subject. That’s a lot of Marvel to take in, and it will hopefully make the drought over the next few months worth it.

The photo gallery above shows the stars, directors and producers talking about phase four.