Phase Five of the MCU will begin next year and run over the course of less than 18 months, the studio revealed at Comic-Con over the weekend.
Marvel also gave a rough outline of the plan for Phase Six, which will run to a little over a year, as well as revealing the name 'The Multiverse Saga' to refer to Phases Four to Six.
Phase Four will close out on the big screen in November with the release of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, followed by a Guardians of the Galaxy special on Disney+ at Christmas.
Kicking off Phase Five will be the release of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania on February 17, 2023, followed by the Disney+ series Secret Invasion with Samuel L Jackson and Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 on May 5.
On November 3, Marvel will release a Blade reboot, with a trio of new Disney+ series - Ironheart, WandaVision spinoff Agatha: Coven of Chaos and Daredevil: Born Again - all premiering over the autumn and winter.
Captain America: New World Order - the first big-screen movie with Anthony Mackie in the title role - comes out on May 3, 2024 and Phase Five will conclude with the release of Thunderbolts, the Marvel equivalent of Suicide Squad, on July 26, 2024.
The tentative plans for Phase Six include 10 projects, provisionally running between November 2024 and November 2025.
Only three of the 10 were confirmed in San Diego, however, with a Fantastic Four reboot opening the Phase on November 7, 2024 and two Avengers movies bringing The Multiverse Saga to an end - Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, out on May 2, 2025, and Avengers: Secret Wars, out on November 8, 2025.