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This was Marvel Studios' first San Diego Comic-Con appearance in three years, showcasing several of its upcoming film and television projects, along with the names of the next two Avengers movies.'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' concludes Phase Four, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced at SDCC 2022, where Insider was present. It's fun to talk a little bit about the future here."A timeline for the next 12 Marvel movies and TV shows that will be released as part of Phase Five was unveiled by Feige. In February 2023, "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania" will kick off Disney+'s Phase Five, which will conclude with "Thunderbolts" in 2024.

Phase Six of the MCU will include two more "Avengers" films, "Avengers: The Kang Dynasty" and "Avengers: Secret Wars." Phases IV, V, and VI will be called The Multiverse Saga together."Paul Rudd, who was also in attendance, said Scott is pretty pleased with himself and what he accomplished by saving the universe."The Hall H footage shown exclusively at SDCC showed Lang's obsession with saving the world getting to him. The Blip was reversed because of his efforts, and he even got a book deal for it. Lang's family's life is going well until they are sucked into the Quantum Realm.

He Who Remains, aka Kang, from "Loki", will be portrayed by Jonathan Majors, but not in the same way as on Disney+.Majors teased that there will be conquering in the upcoming Ant-Man sequel, which Ash Crossan from Screenrant confirmed. "This is a darker show," Cobie Smulders, who will reprise her role as Agent Maria Hill, told the crowd. There will be an exciting thriller and you'll never really know who the people are. Are they Skrulls? Are they humans?"Ben Mendelsohn will reprise his role as Skrull Talos from "Captain Marvel."

Samuel L. Jackson plays Nick Fury in "Captain Marvel."The footage seen in Hall H reminded us of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and teased Olivia Colman, Regé-Jean Page, and Emilia Clarke's characters. A return of Don Cheadle's War Machine was also confirmed. in the footage shown, mutants and Inhumans appear to be teased, teasing that regular humans are becoming superhuman.

Rocket Raccoon's story will play a big role in the third installment of the "GotG" franchise, according to director James Gunn.10 years ago, Gunn said he knew where he wanted the stories of Quill, Rocket, Nebula, and Mantis to go. As the film's exclusive footage played to The Flaming Lips' "Do You Realize?" at SDCC, it was impossible not to get emotional. In addition to looking at Rocket's origin story - which looks a little dark despite featuring adorable shots of a much younger Rocket - the film will also focus on Peter Quill's desire to reunite with Gamora, despite her having no memory of him.

When Gunn considered incorporating Rocket Raccoon into the film years ago, he said, "I realized he was the saddest creature in the universe, and that's what this story is about."We see Quill reeling from the events of "Endgame" and losing Gamora, his love, in the panel."She doesn't know who he is. That pain is a big part of his journey. It exposes the Guardians of the Galaxy to danger," Pratt said. The next film may feature Chukwudi Iwuji's High Evolutionary, who appeared in costume during the panel. There will also be appearances by Will Poulter, Karen Gillan, Pom Klementieff, Sean Gunn, and Maria Bakalova in the third film.