DC FANDOME 2021
-Peacemaker - teaser
-The Flash - teaser
-Black Adam - teaser
-Naomi - teaser
-Young Justice: Phantoms - first trailer
-Catwoman: Hunted - first trailer
-The Batman - first trailer
-Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League - story trailer
-Gotham Knights - second trailer
-Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom - BTS
-Shazam: Fury of the Gods - BTS
-Harley Quinn Season 3 - sizzle reel
Doom Patrol renewed for Season 4
Battle of the Super Sons animated movie releasing in 2022
Patty Jenkins confirmed to be working on WW3
Pennyworth Season 3 coming to HBO Max in 2022
Marvel Studios and Disney pushed back nearly every movie on the studio's release slate Monday, setting in motion one of the most widespread release date changes since the onset of the pandemic. The delays this time around, however, aren't necessarily COVID-related. In fact, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has now confirmed they're related to the production schedules on the various upcoming movies.
"It's production shifts and changes, and because we have so many slots, we can just shift slots," Feige told Variety's Marc Malkin at Monday's Eternals world premiere.
He added, "All the Marvel slots are the same, we're just shifting when they're coming out. And yes, Strange [in the Multiverse of Madness] has moved six weeks, so instead of there being three months between Marvel movies, there will be five months between Marvel movies and I think we can all handle that.
Current MCU release dates are:
Eternals - November 2021
Spider-Man: No Way Home - December 2021
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness - May 2022
Thor: Love and Thunder - July 2022
Wakanda Forever - November 2022
The Marvels - February 2023
Guardians of the Galaxy vol 3 - May 2023
Antman and the Wasp: Quantomania - July 2023
All other unannounced titles removed from the public release slate.