San Diego Comic-Con 2022 was a big show for Marvel Studios and fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. At Marvel’s Hall H panel, we were given a roadmap through 2025 that reveals many of the movies and TV shows that will make up Phases 4, 5, and 6 of the MCU.
In celebration of this bright future called The Multiverse Saga we thought it would be the perfect time to ask you which project you are most excited for.
Is Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania the title that has you most excited? Or maybe you’re more of an X-Men ’97, Captain America: New World Order or Fantastic Four type? We’ve included 30 MCU films and TV shows that have either been officially announced or heavily reported on to “Face-Off” against each other two at a time. Will you choose Loki Season 2 over Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3? Or Black Panther: Wakanda Forever over the next live-action Spider-Man movie? The choice is yours…
(And don’t forget, you can skip a Face-Off round if you don’t know a character by just refreshing the page so new characters appear.)
Click here to start voting in the Upcoming MCU movie and TV show Face-Off!
What Is a Face-Off?
Like the name suggests, a Face-Off pits two things against one another and you decide which one is the superior of the two. In this case, you are voting to determine which MCU movie or TV show you are most excited for. It’s possible to see certain films or shows multiple times, so you can keep voting for those you can’t wait to see to ensure they get ranked higher than the rest. IGN’s resident team of Marvel experts pre-selected 30 upcoming projects for you to choose from. These get randomly paired up and each time you pick a winner, it’s tracked.
How Is the Winner Determined?
When voting ends on August 4, we tally up the total number of “wins” and “losses” each MCU project has, and create a ranked list based on your choices that will go live on August 5. The MCU movie or series that won the most matchups will be crowned the “winner,” and in the event of a tied number of “wins,” the project with the least “losses” will take the top spot. If you continue to keep voting for your most-anticipated show or film, they’ll have a better chance of ranking high on the list. You can vote as many times as you want until the Face-Off closes.
How Do I Know When I’ve Clicked Through Everything?
It’s difficult to know when you’ve seen every MCU movie or TV Show included because they are matched randomly and there are so many possible match-ups. A good strategy can be to keep voting until you have the chance to vote for all your favorite projects (as many times as you’d like!) or by voting against those you just don’t care about. By deciding the winner throughout all these match-ups, you’re ensuring that your picks for your most-anticipated MCU project will have a fighting chance to reach the top of the list.
Which MCU Movies and TV Shows Have You Included?
The list of MCU movies and shows has been decided by IGN staff, and we’ve tried to include all the upcoming projects from Marvel Studios that have either been officially announced or heavily reported. This has amounted to 30 projects that are more than just a dream and have a very high chance of being released in the next few years.
Click here to start voting in the upcoming MCU movie and TV show Face-Off!
For more, check out why Avengers: Secret Wars will be the MCU’s Game of Thrones, five villains we think could appear in Fantastic Four besides Doctor Doom, and all the rest of the news at Marvel Studios’ Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2022.
Marvel Cinematic Universe: Every Upcoming Movie and TV Show
Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.