With the January 2021 launch of WandaVision, Marvel Studios has launched 13 TV series and feature films in the past 18 months. And while there’s a lot more MCU content to come (on the small and big screens), any fan looking for respite should know that one of the big pauses in the relentless pipeline… well, it’s just begun!
Disney+’s Ms. Marvel ended its famous six-episode run on July 13, just days after Thor: Love and Thunder hit the cineplex. Now, provided that you watched Thor 4 in its opening weekend (as any proper Marvel fan would) and you immediately pretended this week’s finale of Ms. Marvel, 35 days would pass until the next explosion of MCU fare — Disney+ of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, starring Orphan Black standout Tatiana Maslany — arrives Wednesday, August 17.
This 35-day period marks one of the biggest breaks for us since WandaVision launched the ongoing run of Disney+’s MCU series. The longest gap, of nearly 100 days (!), came between the December 22, 2021 finale of Hawkeye and the March 30, 2022 premiere of Moon Knight. The second longest break lasted 47 days, after The Falcon and the Winter Solider ended and before the premiere of Loki.
And while 33 days have passed between the theatrical release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and the Disney+ premiere of Ms. Marvel, the current breath you’re experiencing is a bit long.
Because one would have to wonder: The shortest break in the MCU pipeline lasted just 48 hours, when the aforementioned Doctor Strange 2 premiered on Friday following the Wednesday finale of Moon Knight.
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Beyond She-Hulk’s run (which should wrap up October 12), the MCU will serve up Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (in theaters November 11) and Disney+’s Guardians of the Galaxy holiday specials, followed by a strong 2023 slate Including but not limited to TV’s Secret Invasion, Ironheart, Echo, Loki Season 2 and Agatha: House of Harkness, and films such as Ant-Man 3, Guardians of the Galaxy 3 and The Marvels.