2 Avengers Movies for MCU Phase 6 Announced, View Logos

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After leaking a bit earlier in the week, Marvel Studios officially confirmed that two new Avengers movies are in the works, both of which will appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 6.

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The two films — Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars — were announced during Marvel Studios’ panel at San Diego Comic-Con. The Kang Dynasty has a tentative release date of May 2, 2025, while Avengers: Secret Wars has a planned release date of November 7, 2025. According to Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige during the panel, both of these films are currently planned to be the final entries in Phase 6 of the MCU, which will begin with the introduction of the Fantastic Four into the live-action film world.

Check out the new logos for both films below:

2 Avengers Movies for MCU Phase 6 Announced, View Logos

2 Avengers Movies for MCU Phase 6 Announced, View Logos2 Avengers Movies for MCU Phase 6 Announced, View Logos2 Avengers Movies for MCU Phase 6 Announced, View Logos

During the Disney+ series Loki‘s season finale, Kang (played by Jonathan Majors) was revealed, setting the stage for what many fans believed to be the next “big bad” in the MCU, Kang the Conqueror, to appear. The name “Kang Dynasty” also likely refers to a 16-part comic series from Marvel that saw Kang and his son, Marcus, planning to conquer planet Earth.

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As far as Secret Wars goes, fans have long been awaiting news of a potential live-action adaptation of the iconic comic book series, which sees various Marvel heroes and villains being taken by a cosmic entity known as The Beyonder, where they then fight it out on a planet called Battleworld.

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