With the future of Marvel’s cinematic universe mapped out for the foreseeable future, with Infinity Wars, Inhumans and Netflix series aplenty, a few new details were clarified today about what’s to come.

Firstly, to the surprise of no-one, Ant-Man 2 has got a title – Ant-Man and the Wasp. This unambiguous title underlines the direction of the sequel, hinted at with one of the closing images of the first film. The relationship between Hope Van Dyne and Scott Lang was one of the more interesting avenues to Peyton Reed’s film and with a new look Ant-Man expected to turn up in Captain America: Civil War, the fact that Marvel are bringing the character of Van Dyne to the fore is a very good thing.

Marvel also announced a shifting of the tectonic dates. Black Panther moves to the 16th of February 2018 (a lovely Valentine’s Day trip) and Captain Marvel set for the 8th of March 8, 2019. Also there was this announcement…

Finally, three untitled Marvel Studios films will premiere on May 1, 2020, July 10, 2020, and November 6, 2020.

You can start placing your bets on which characters will be getting their own films, or which sequels are being planned, right now…

Our very own comics guru, Josh Wilding, offered up a glimpse of the future with 10 Things that MUST happen in Marvel’s Phase 3. Check that out below.

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