Disney’s Marvel Date Changes: Fantastic Four, Deadpool 3, and More

Can any Marvel movie finish on time? Meanwhile, Disney also dated Kelvin Harrison Jr.’s Toronto premiere, “Chevalier,” for April 7, 2023.

Disney announced major shifts in its theatrical release schedule on Tuesday, including delays for six Marvel films and official release dates for Kenneth Branagh’s next Hercule Poirot film, among others.

On the Marvel roster, the delays include the Mahershala Ali-led Blade movie being pushed back nearly a full year from November 23, 2023 to September 6, 2024. The announcement of the new release date comes shortly after production on the film was paused until early next year after director Bassam Tariq left the film in September. There is currently no director assigned to the project.

Other delayed Marvel films include the third untitled “Deadpool” film, in which star Ryan Reynolds will be joined by Hugh Jackman, reprising his role as Wolverine for the first time since the “X-Men” film and regaining the throne Character Rights Revisited by Marvel Studios. The film originally slated for the new Blade release date has been pushed back two months to November 8, 2024 The untitled Marvel film previously slated for then has been pushed back to November 7, 2025.

Avengers: Secret Wars — the final film in Marvel Studios’ planned “Phase Six” — has been pushed back to May 1, 2026, while an untitled Marvel film scheduled for that date has been pulled from the schedule. Secret Wars will now be released almost exactly a year after Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, which is directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, and retains its original release date of May 2, 2025. Previously, the two Avengers films would have been released just six months apart.

Regarding the additions to the calendar, Disney announced that “Chevalier,” a biopic starring Kelvin Harrison Jr. as 18th-century French Caribbean composer Chevalier de Saint-Georges, will be released by Searchlight Pictures on April 7 next year . Directed by Stephen Williams, with Samara Weaving, Lucy Boynton and Minnie Driver completing the cast, the film had its world premiere at last month’s Toronto International Film Festival.

Disney also announced that two 20th Century films – A Haunting in Venice and Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes – will be released on September 23, 2023 and May 24, 2024, respectively. Based on the novel Halloween ‘en Party, A Haunting in Venice is the third film to star Branagh as detective Hercule Poirot, following this year’s Death on the Nile and 2017’s Murder on the Orient Express. The recently announced one Film will also feature Tina Fey, Jamie Dornan, Michelle Yeoh and Camille Cotten as co-stars alongside Branagh, who is directing. A sequel to director Matt Reeves’ successful War for the Planet of the Apes trilogy, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes is directed by Wes Ball, with Owen Teague leading the cast.

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