Just as the Multiverse Saga begins to take form, the cosmic side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is also getting a lot more exciting and it's surely something fans shouldn't overlook. However, Marvel Studios has decided that it would be best for an upcoming film's release date to be pushed back despite being slated for release this Summer.
It turns out that the anticipated Captain Marvel sequel The Marvels has now been delayed with its original July 2023 premiere date being changed to November. The major change was confirmed by the Brie Larson-led film's official poster shared across Marvel's social media platforms.
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It remains unclear why the studio decided to push back The Marvels' release date as many of us assumed that it was good to go. It's worth noting though that Disney is employing a new release strategy for several of its properties, including Marvel with the intention of decreasing the stuff they put out to avoid fatigue in fans.
It's safe to assume that more delays will be announced in the coming months which I think is the most logical move for the studio right now, especially given how the MCU's quality has drastically declined over the last two years.
The Marvels is now scheduled for theatrical release on November 10, 2023.