Disney has set the day and time for the Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm panel at this year’s D23, where new movies and series are expected to be announced for both the MCU and the star wars universe. The D23 panel follows Marvel Studios’ explosive San Diego Comic-Con presentation, where we learned more about the studio’s plans through 2026.
During the 2022 presentation at Comic-Con, Marvel Studios revealed the full MCU Phase 5 schedule, including multiple theatrical releases and Disney+ TV shows. Among the new projects unveiled at the event were a Thunderbolts movie, a new Daredevil series, and a two-part Avengers storyline that promises to wrap up the new “Multiverse Saga.” Besides that, we have to learn Don Cheadle would return as War Machine for the Secret Invasion show, and that Charlie Cox would return as Daredevil in She-Hulk: Lawyer.
While Marvel Studios’ panel at SDCC blew fans away, there’s still plenty they could announce during D23 next month. First, during SDCC, Marvel Studios released trailers for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3and Secret Invasion. However, these trailers were not available to people outside of Comic-Con. So, D23 would be the perfect time to spread the love and let everyone take a look at these upcoming projects. In addition to this, since Ms. Marvelfrom the post-credits drama scene, fans are eager to hear news on Wondersslated for release in July 2023. Finally, there are plenty of slots opening up in MCU Phase 6 that Marvel Studios could fill during D23 as we receive news on movies and TV shows. not advertised.
As for Lucasfilm, we are still waiting for the first images of Indiana Jones 5, especially after we only received one poster during the Star Wars celebration. We could also look at new images for Ahsoka and season 3 of The Mandalorianboth are set to release on Disney+ in 2023. If we’re lucky, we might even get some news on Jon Wattit is star wars series featuring Jude’s Law, Skeleton Crew.
Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm will share the stage on Saturday, September 10 at 10:00 a.m. PT in Hall D23. We’ll be covering all D23 news right here at Collider. For now, check out Marvel Studios’ entire SDCC panel below.