Disclaimer, this article contains major SPOILERS for Avengers: Infinity War
“Phase 4,” if Marvel Studios is even calling the slate films that are book-ended by Avengers flicks that anymore, is a bit of a mystery. After all, we don’t even know the title of the final film of Phase 3. You know, the “Currently Untitled Avengers Project” aka “Avengers 4.”
We do know that Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 (needs new title) and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 have official start dates, and possible release dates. Also, don’t forget that Black Panther is totally getting a sequel. And though Marvel Studios now says these films may take place before Infinity War, if that’s not a lie, than what happens after Avengers 4 is very up-in-the-air.
Kevin Feige recently spoke on the Paramount Studios lot at the Produced By conference, and Digital LA has a synopsis of what he had to say, including the three things you can expect from the MCU.
First, continuing characters you are familiar with. So Spider-Man: Homecoming 2, Guardians Vol. 3, etc. However the universe gets “fixed,” it wouldn’t be surprising if Doctor Strange or a third Ant-Man movie also make up this list.
Second, different incarnations of the characters you know. So, I assume we are talking about someone other than Rogers taking on the Cap mantle? Someone not named Stark in the Iron Man armor? Marvel Comics have tried tricks like this for years to both attract more readers and be more ethnically diverse with more female superheroes.
Finally, introducing completely new characters you have never heard of… unless you are a die hard comics fan. I wonder which surprise Marvel will pull out next?
Pretty basic sure, but that’s a decent blueprint of what to look forward to in the continuing Marvel Cinematic Universe past Avengers 4. Expected, but also comforting.
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SOURCE: Digital LA