Marvel Announces Spider Man 3 Title and Loki Series Release Date

It has only been a month in the Marvel Cinematic Universe's phase four with the show WandaVision which has brought us many surprises on a way of twists and turns. WandaVision has only got 2 episodes remaining on its actual run in a weekly format on Disney+. WandaVision airs every friday on Disney+.







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It has only been a month in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s phase four with the show WandaVision which has brought us many surprises on a way of twists and turns. WandaVision has only got 2 episodes remaining on its actual run in a weekly format on Disney+. WandaVision airs every Friday on Disney+.

With the filming of many other Marvel entities still in production like Thor 4, Doctor Strange 2, Ms. Marvel, and Hawkeye, the superhero factory has announced the official title of its currently in filming phase film Spider-Man 3. The official title adds “No Way Home” making the full film sound like Spider-Man No Way Home.

 

The addition of Home has managed to keep up a tradition with two previous Marvel Spider-Man films whose titles were Spider-Man Homecoming and Spider-Man Far From Home. The film is currently under the production phase with the scenes being filmed in Atalanta US.

The other news Marvel just dropped a couple of minutes ago was the upcoming series Loki finally has a release date of its own. The show stars Tom Hiddleston in the titular god of mischief role alongside Owen Wilson who would keep an eye on him as he twists the flow of time.

Loki drops on Disney+ on June 11 preceded by Falcon and The Winter Soldier that airs its episodes from March 19 and Black Widow hits the movie theatres on May 7, 2021.

Other marvel projects that are intended to drop this year are Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, Shang Chi, The Eternals, and Spider-Man 3. The former two don’t have a release date yet but the latter three are expected to hit the theatres in July, November, and December respectively.

Marvel Cinematic Universe has always managed to bring a smile and a look of amazement on the faces of the fans. The universe began in 2008 with the film Iron Man and has continued to expand and impress the audience since.







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