Word buzzing around the Intardwebz is that Disney has blocked out two dates in 2014 for Marvel movies.  We already know Sony has locked down The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for May 2, 2014, but what does Disney have in store for us on May 16, 2014, and June 27, 2014?

How does the Incredible Hulk and Agents of SHIELD sound to you?

This information comes from an anonymous poster on IMDB, so legitimacy and accuracy could and should be called into question, but other rumors floating around seem to align with this information.

For RELEASE in 2013 –
IRON MAN 3 – DIR. SHANE BLACK – SECOND QUARTER 2013
ANT MAN (SHORT FILM) – DIR. EDGAR WRIGHT – SECOND QUARTER 2013

THOR 2 – DIR. NEIL MARSHALL (LATE STAGE NEGOTIATIONS) – FOURTH QUARTER 2013
DR. STRANGE (SHORT FILM) – DIR. DAVID SLADE (NEGOTIATIONS) – FOURTH QUARTER 2013

For RELEASE in 2014 –
THE INCREDIBLE HULK RETURNS – DIR. LOUIS LETERRIER – SECOND QUARTER 2014
LUKE CAGE + IRON FIST (SHORT FILM) – DIR. JAMES GUNN (NEGOTIATIONS) – SECOND QUARTER 2014

AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. – DIR. DOUG LIMAN (EARLY NEGOTIATIONS) – THIRD QUARTER 2014
BLACK PANTHER – DIR. ANTOINE FUQUA (EARLY NEGOTIATION) – THIRD QUARTER 2014

For RELEASE in 2015 –
THE PUNISHER – DIR. PADDY CONSIDINE (NEGOTIATIONS) – FIRST QUARTER 2015
SENTRY (SHORT FILM) – DIR. T.B.A. – FIRST QUARTER 2015

CAPTAIN AMERICA 2 – DIR. JOE JOHNSTON (NEGOTIATIONS) – THIRD QUARTER 2015
WASP (SHORT FILM) – DIR. DUNCAN JONES (EARLY NEGOTIATION) – THIRD QUARTER 2015

For RELEASE in 2016 –

BLADE: THE DAYWALKER – DIR. T.B.A. – SECOND QUARTER 2016
MOON KNIGHT (SHORT FILM) – DIR. T.B.A. – SECOND QUARTER 2016

THE AVENGERS 2 – DIR. T.B.A. – FOURTH QUARTER 2016
NAMOR (SHORT FILM) – DIR T.B.A. – FOURTH QUARTER 2016

As mentioned in other news items on the site, the Doctor Strange short seems to back up this schedule, so we’ll see what Disney and Marvel have in store for us when they unveil the big movies in the next couple of weeks.

via IMDB

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12 Comments

  1. August 9, 2011 at 9:46 am — Reply

    A Sentry film?!?!!?!?!? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!
    WHY?!? There so many better characters. WHY?!?
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    Okay, I’m fine now.

  2. turks
    August 9, 2011 at 10:36 am — Reply

    Whats wrong with the sentry? Evil/disturbed sentry is pretty fun

  3. August 9, 2011 at 10:59 am — Reply

    Let’s see…

    The short film idea is interesting. They could easily parlay them into other properties.

    Antoine Fuqua as Black Panther director would be awesome.

    Is anyone else tired of Hulk reboots? I know it may be different after Avengers, but…can’t bring myself to get excited.

    Actually would be kind of excited about a Sentry story. Don’t know how you’d represent his story in a short film, though. Could be interesting.

    • Praion
      August 9, 2011 at 12:15 pm — Reply

      Isn’t it still the “same” Hulk we saw in the last movie ? The one with Dr. Leitman ?

      It had Tony Stark in it and everything and is considered to be “Avengers contunity”

      • August 9, 2011 at 6:27 pm — Reply

        Please. No more Hulk attempts.

        • Damascus
          September 8, 2011 at 10:55 pm — Reply

          Why not? It’s the same director as the 2008 Hulk film, and while I wish Ed Norton were still Bruce Banner, I really really liked The Incredible Hulk from 2008. I thought that one was a super solid film. Hopefully it won’t be a reboot, but more like when they get a new Bond and the just hit the ground running and Mark Ruffalo is Bruce Banner and always has been.

  4. SomeDude
    August 9, 2011 at 4:12 pm — Reply

    well If they make these in a similar way to the recent movies leading up to the avengers then this will be freaken awesome. Iam just hoping Disney wont compromise for the sake of making things kid (3-5 of age) friendly and give us stuff like super hero squad or worse.

  5. alvarlux
    August 9, 2011 at 5:54 pm — Reply

    I’m interested in why it’s called Incredible Hulk Returns and not Hulk 2 – does something happen to the Hulk in the Avengers movie? SPOOOOOOILEEEERS

    Agents of Shield is going to be a buddy cop movie. I think this one should be short film, not feature.

    Sentry is interesting – to truly demonstrate his abilities they would need to compare him to other Heroes, but i don’t think they have established properties in his short film… Also Sentry was always close with Mr Fantastic, but Marvel doesn’t own those movie rights…?

    • Damascus
      September 8, 2011 at 10:56 pm — Reply

      I think Agents of SHIELD will probably be more along the lines of The Expendables, The Losers, The A-Team and that kind of thing.

  6. ~wyntermute~
    August 9, 2011 at 6:44 pm — Reply

    If “Agents of SHIELD” has the guy who’s been popping up in the Marvel Movieverse all along, I’m _totally_ on board. “Phil Coulson” amuses me to no end. :D

  7. Damascus
    September 8, 2011 at 11:01 pm — Reply

    Are the Short movies their talking about going to be live action or like little cartoon/straight to video attempts? A lot of those Short movies are characters I’d love to see a full length movie about. Although if they’re going back to the old OLD way of making movies and they add a nicely done 15 minute long Wasp movie to the beginning of the new Captain America 2 movie, that would be awesome. It’d be better than a little tiny teaser at the end of the credits and it can help really lead into a full length feature for that character. If Captain America 2 (or whatever movie) does fairly well and is seen by a lot of people, that’s a lot of people seeing your preview. I dunno, it could be a way to give people the pertinant information up front so you waste less time telling long origin stories in your first full length feature.

  8. Jeff
    March 28, 2012 at 10:48 am — Reply

    Figures that “Ant Man” would be a short film.

    Really short…! LOL

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