Although Marvel Studios has reaffirmed that they will not announce any releases until this year's slate is complete, there are various reports that have been spread widely about what will happen in the next phase of the MCU.
And as reported by ComicBook.com, here are the six MCU films that are expected to be released after Avengers: Endgame.
Spider-Man: Far From Home
Of course, one release after "Endgame" that you might already know is Spider-Man: Far From Home, which will be coming out in theaters on July 5, 2019.
The next movie that will follow is the "Black Widow" solo movie. The long-awaited movie is rumored to be released in 2020, possibly on May 1st.
The next movie is "The Eternals", which will potentially be released in theaters on November 6th. The Eternals is the story of immortals who lived on Earth and created their history and civilizations.
Black Panther 2
Meanwhile, we also know that the Black Panther has a sequel. The sequel is currently in production and directed by Ryan Coogler. Black Panther 2 is rumored to be released in 2021, possibly on February 12th.
Doctor Strange 2
The next movie that will follow is Doctor Strange 2. Which is likely to be released in May of the same year.
Other than that, it is still unclear what might be next on the schedule, but after seeing the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is on hold right now, and our best bet is might be:
The Shang-Chi (The Master of Kung-Fu), which was reported in development last year, and would be the first Marvel movie led by an Asian character.
Even so, while most of this film's schedule has yet to be confirmed, you can expect Marvel Studios to make an official announcement later after the release of Avengers: Endgame on April 26, 2019.