Disney waited less than 24 hours to adjust its release schedule for Marvel films after the end of the Hollywood actors’ strike. After executive president Bob Iger assumed that the focus on quantity led to a creative decline in Disney productions , the Marvel Studios branch will only have one film in theaters in 2024 and will have four the following year. As expected, “Deadpool 3” was postponed from May 3 to July 26: the film with Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman, interrupted by the start of the actors’ strike on July 14th when it was 50% done, is expected to resume production in London in the next two weeks. “Captain America: Brave New World”, with Anthony Mackie and Harrison Ford, has already from July 26th to February 14th, 2025. A new version of “Blade”, a problematic production that will star two-time Oscar winner Mahershala Ali and already had five screenwriters and two directors, has been postponed for another nine months, going from 14th of February 2025 to November 7. The final piece of the puzzle is “Thunderbolts,” pushed back from December 20, 2020 to July 25, 2025. Both “Blade” and “Thunderbolts” were supposed to begin filming this summer, but the arguments were not ready before the start of the sector strike on May 2nd. With the new release map, Marvel now has four films in 2025: after other older postponements, on May 2nd there will be a new version of “Fantastic Four”, with no cast yet announced. The other two Marvel projects currently with release dates are “Avengers: The Kang Dynasty”, scheduled for May 1, 2026, followed by “Avengers: Secret Wars” on May 7 2027. In its own release map, Disney postponed the prequel “Mufasa: The Lion King” from July 5, 2024 to December 20, 2024. During the actors’ strike, the studio had already postponed “Snow White” and the Pixar animation “Elio” from 2024 to 2025.