I'd have to think Thor 2 would have to fit in there somewhere, somehow, too.
Well, the Superhero war for 2014 is on, I guess. Hopefully we get another good crop!
After Sony staked out a release date for the sequel to Amazing Spider-Man for May 2, 2014, looks like that spurred Disney and Marvel Studios to set release dates for their two films for May 16, 2014 and June 27, 2014.
I say Doctor Strange for May 16th, 2014 and Captain America 2 for June 27th, 2014.
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I have a feeling Dmxx116 is right. I imagine Antman will be saved as a lead-in to Avengers 2. Marvel wanted to appease Wright because they liked his script which predated Iron Man, and they came up with Avengers around the time Iron Man came out. They can honestly tie-in Dr. Strange there somehow too. My personal belief is, they want to use Dr. Strange to build up the cosmic/supernatural part of the universe. They can therefore bring in the Mandarin and possibly Fin Fang Foom, two major IM villains. We don't know what their planning for IM 3, but I think they going to keep building up to the Mandarin, especially if they can do an Iron Man film every two years.
Any hope the Hulk would be one of those films?
Any hopes of Sub-Mariner or Black Panther?
Those are two guys that don't get much love.
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I'll side with Doctor Strange is first, then Captain America 2. That said, I feel like repeating what I said in the Captain America 2 thread, and that is why didn't Marvel claim July 4 weekend 2014 for it? It'd be a HUGE blockbuster if it opened then, because who wouldn't see Captain America on the Fourth of July?
In February 2011, McFeely and Markus were commissioned to write the sequel. So they should be working on breaking the story up to working on an outline. Whereas, I'm pretty sure I remember multiple drafts for the scripts of Dr. Strange and Ant-Man were turned in already.
EDIT: Saw an article that had a scan of that EW article. In a "What's Next" blurb (and a tip of the iceberg in terms of properties being looked at probably), Fiege talked about Iron Man 3, Thor 2, Ant-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, and the Inhumans. Link: CBM Article
Those last two seem like a big jump and seem to hinge on The Avengers succeeding. But I'm leery of them going too far with the scope of the MCU. But nothing's set in stone yet for them.
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