The sequel to Doctor Strange is set to start shooting in Spring 2019 and will see Benedict Cumberbatch reprise his role as The Sorcerer Supreme. The star is being offered a huge £7.5m for his role in the sequel which is £5m more than he was reportedly paid for his first outing in 2016, according to The Daily Mirror.
Other sources are reporting that a phase 4 film is set to shoot in the United Kingdom in June 2019, although there has been no confirmation of what film will be shooting, it is likely Doctor Strange 2.
The only films officially announced for release after Avengers 4 are Spider-Man Far From Home and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, although Guardians is on indefinite hold. This is likely so that Marvel Studios can keep crucial plot points of Avengers 4 secret, given how Avengers Infinity War ended. Fans are already speculating how Spider-Man will make his return after being a victim of Thanos’ snap so it’s understandable why Marvel have not announced other films, although the studio have announced multiple release dates for untitled projects reaching as far as July 29th 2022.