Disney recently updated its release calendar, which now includes dates for two currently unannounced Marvel Studios films.
The two new dates, July 26 and November 8, mean that Marvel Studios is currently planning on releasing four films in 2024, with dates in February and May already having been confirmed earlier in the year. Currently, it’s unknown what the films will be, as Marvel has only announced which films will be releasing up until Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 on May 5, 2023.
The inclusion of the two new dates now leaves Marvel Studios with seven release dates for unknown films, ranging from July 2023 all the way until November 2024. With films like Captain America 4, Blade, Fantastic Four, and many others currently in early development, it’s likely that we’ll see some of these highly anticipated films land on those dates, although we’ll have to wait for more information before anything becomes official.
Nearly a decade after its initial release on the seventh generation of consoles, Grand Theft Auto V will come out on PlayStation 5 in March 2022.
Players can expect a range of technical and graphical improvements across the entire experience as well as seamless character switching between its three protagonists. At launch, it will also come with the game’s immensely popular GTA Online multiplayer component included for free.
Sony is remastering both 2016’s Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and 2017’s Uncharted: Lost Legacy for the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection. The collection is coming to both the PS5 and PC, though no solid date was given with Sony simply stating that the PS5 version was coming in early 2022 and the PC port will follow after.
This will be the first time the series will be on PC and marks yet another first-party title Sony is putting on the platform following the likes of Death Stranding, Days Gone, and Horizon Zero Dawn.
Disney has announced that Bob’s Burgers: The Movie will now release on May 27, 2022. In 2017, it was announced that Bob’s Burgers: The Movie would release in July 2020. However, the film came to an abrupt halt amid the coronavirus pandemic and the film’s release date was shuffled around, ultimately leading to the movie being pulled from Disney’s release slate.
The film features the cast of the hit television show returning as H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman, Kristen Schaal, Larry Murphy, and Sam Seder will all reprise their respective roles. Plot details are currently unknown.