2020 is the first year since 2009 that a Marvel film has not released, and its bold launch into TV programming on Disney+ has been routinely delayed. However, according to a report from THR, the studio is gearing up for a dramatic relaunch of its production efforts in 2021, including pushing forward with Black Panther 2 after delays to its production were caused by the sudden death of star Chadwick Boseman. The film will now get underway in July in Atlanta. The report also notes the new addition of Guardians of the Galaxy 3 shooting at the end of 2021 sometime.

Black Panther 2 is still much of a mystery with Marvel having not confirmed how it will be handling Boseman’s death, though it has said that he will not be CGIed into the film like Carrie Fisher was into Rogue One. Director Ryan Coogler is helming the film again. Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, and Angela Bassett are all expected to return. Wright’s character, Shuri, may play a bigger role in the film. There’s also reporting that Narcos: Mexico star Tenoch Huerta is in consideration to play one of the film’s villains.

The film is obviously a big deal for Marvel as Black Panther is one of the universe’s cornerstone films and by far its most critically renowned, pulling in a Best Picture nomination, but the major focus is getting its much-delayed streaming efforts up and running. The Marvel cinematic arm is a well-oiled machine, but its TV efforts are all brand new.

“The series are the priority,” a source told THR. “Ramping them up takes a lot of focus. The movie machinery is well established.”