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7/28/2022 • 4 min read
Marvel's big movie announcement bombshell at Comic-Con 2022 did not include merely one avengers movie. Features two. The first is AVENGERS: THE KANG DYNASTY, which arrives in May 2025. You can read more about THE KANG DYNASTY here. It will be followed that fall by AVENGERS: SECRET WARS.
Right now, you could call THE KANG DYNASTY a relatively big mystery, and if that’s the case then AVENGERS: SECRET WARS is basically the Bermuda triangle. We’ve got a title and a logo and nothing else. We do not even know who will direct the movie! Here’s everything we do know about AVENGERS: SECRET WARS.
AVENGERS: SECRET WARS opens on November 7, 2025, exclusively in movie theatres.
We probably won't see a trailer for AVENGERS: SECRET WARS for a long time! The movie does not have a director and likely won't go into production for at least a year.
We don't know who will direct AVENGERS: SECRET WARS. The first two Avengers movies were directed by Joss Whedon; the third and fourth were directed by Anthony and Joe Russo. And while we know that Destin Daniel Cretton will direct AVENGERS: THE KANG DYNASTY, we do not expect that he will make SECRET WARS.
That's because these next two Avengers movies are scheduled to come out within six months of one another. The Russos had a year between INFINITY WAR and ENDGAME and the work to do both sounded intense. Having only six months between two Avengers movies seems impossible.
Once again, we don't know. The Russos were very open about their interest in making a SECRET WARS movie in the past. But they have their own thing going now so we would be surprised if they did another Marvel movie so soon. It is impossible to predict one way or the other, however.
This is another question for which we do not have an answer. Since this is either the final or next-to-last movie in Phase Six, and therefore also the end of the Multiverse Saga, we expect that virtually every active MCU character will be involved.
The bigger question is likely to be which characters will not survive this conflict, and which aspects of the multiverse will be gone at the end.
All images courtesy of Marvel Studios.
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