The future of the MCU: What happens after Infinity War

Marvel Studios “The First Ten Years” Class

Marvel Studios “The First Ten Years” Class

"I've always felt that the strength (s) of Marvel films are not just, you know, the action sequences, which of course, we love as audience members, but really dynamically that action that happens between these characters", Thompson told Entertainment Tonight. "You see this lughead and this guy who you pigeonhole right from the first cosmetic reaction to him", he said. Although its release has been assured by Marvel producer Louis D'Esposito, it's still unknown when the studio will decide to drop it.

"Yeah. I do think he does".

Feige's remarks are particularly interesting for two reasons. A guy in a flying suit of armor, a "god" from another world, and a giant green guy never seem to bother him all that much. The diabolical notion cannot be watered down in any manner, but there is a reason behind the galactic warlord to be pursuing such a path - one that can nearly be termed nobel from his perspective. More obscure heroes that have relatively more complicated origins compared to MCU's Phase 1 characters.

Then there's the idea of Danvers being portrayed as a "singular hero" in her debut. Over the years, the MCU has exponentially grown, and as of 2017, has moved up towards having three films per year in production. Black Panther defending Wakanda alongside Cap, Bucky and M'Baku!

I wonder if any of the Avengers will suggest that the big purple guy just needs to sit down and talk things out with someone? In order to establish Carol Danvers as a major force in the MCU, Marvel needs to pull off a similar trick.

"Well, not necessarily talking about any particulars of the story, but the action elements Terminator 2. Like all of our genre inspirations, there are bits and pieces here and there". "That's either genius or horrific, depending on your point of view", Feige added, "and most of our point of views say it's pretty horrific".

During last year's San Diego Comic-Con, it was announced that the Brie Larson-headlined Captain Marvel will be taking us back to the 1990s as Marvel Studios and directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck explore the pre-Iron Man era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with their first female-led superhero blockbuster.

Captain Marvel is set to hit theaters on March 8, 2019 with Avengers 4 set to follow on May 3, 2019.

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.