UPDATE: Jan. 1, 2020 -- Disney+ has confirmed that "WandaVision" will be released in 2020. This story has been updated to reflect the change.

Marvel Studios had a pretty epic year with “Captain Marvel,” “Avengers: Endgame” and “Spider-Man: Far From Home” all topping the box office within a six-month stretch, and they’re hoping 2020 will be another success. However, they are only releasing two movies in the new year, and they’re spacing the next MCU titles out a bit more.

“Black Widow” — Release Date: May 1, 2020 — Black Widow/Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) is finally getting her solo movie, despite dying in “Endgame.” The movie takes place after “Captain America: Civil War” and before “Avengers: Infinity War.” Nat is on the run after the Sokovia Accords are signed and reunites with some people from her past as a Russian assassin.

David Harbour is playing Red Guardian, the KGB’s answer to Captain America, and Florence Pugh is portraying Yelena Belova, a sister-like figure to Black Widow. Rachel Weisz and O-T Fagbenle round out the main cast. It has also been revealed that Nat will be fighting Taskmaster.

Cate Shortland directs the movie, which was reportedly penned by Jac Shaeffer and Ned Benson.

“The Eternals” — Release Date: Nov. 6, 2020 — The MCU will welcome several new heroes in this movie. The Eternals are an immortal alien race created by the Celestials to protect humanity from the Deviants. Not much is known about the exact plot of the movie, but the story apparently may start as early as 7000 BC.

The cast for “The Eternals” is both massive and star-studded. Richard Madden plays an Eternal called Ikaris, and his “Game of Thrones” brother Kit Harington plays Dane Whitman/Black Knight. Lauren Ridloff will play an Eternal called Makkari, and she’ll be the first deaf superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Lia McHugh, born in 2007, is one of the youngest actors to play a superhero so far. She’ll portray Sprite, another Eternal. Gemma Chan, who already played the blue Minn-Erva in “Captain Marvel,” will play another role as an Eternal named Sersi.

Other actors include Angelina Jolie as Thena, Kumail Nanjiani as Kingo, Brian Tyree Henry as Phastos, Salma Hayek as Ajak, Don Lee as Gilgamesh and Barry Keoghan as Druig.

Chloé Zhao directs while Matthew K. Firpo and Ryan Firpo wrote the screenplay.

The MCU isn’t limited to movies though. The TV shows are about to become more connected than ever as Marvel Studios produces shows for Disney+. The first, which is considered an official Phase 4 title, will release sometime next fall.

“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” — Release Date: Fall 2020 — Anthony Mackie’s Falcon/Sam Wilson and Sebastian Stan’s Winter Soldier/Bucky Barnes both said goodbye to Captain America (Chris Evans) in “Avengers: Endgame,” but it looks like they’ll decide to fight side-by-side in this Disney+ limited series. Filming is already underway, and Emily VanCamp’s Sharon Carter and Daniel Bruhl’s Baron Zemo are also on board.

“WandaVision” — Release Date: 2020 — Disney+ confirmed on Jan. 1 in a tweet that the show has been moved up. It was previously set for spring 2021, but Disney+'s video lists it as a 2020 release.

The series is set to explore the extent of Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch's (Elizabeth Olsen) powers. The limited series is drawing inspirations from '50s sitcoms. The series will also star Vision (Paul Bettany), Darcy Lewis (Kat Dennings, who hasn't been seen in the MCU since 2013's "Thor: The Dark World"), Monica Rambeau (who was introduced as a child in "Captain Marvel," but is now an adult played by Teyonah Parris), FBI Agent Jimmy Woo (Randall Park) and Kathryn Hahn.

MCU movies coming out in 2020
Falcon, Black Widow and Winter Soldier will all appear in new MCU projects in 2020. Marvel Studios