MCU planner Kevin Feige breaks down Phase 4’s movies and TV shows thus far. Marvel Studios had to postpone kicking things off with its new stories subsequent to wrapping up the Infinity Saga because of the pandemic. However, since it is back with a string of projects out and several more ready to go, Feige looks back on how this fresh section is shaping up for the franchise.
As the MCU reinvents itself, Feige sits down with Rotten Tomatoes to discuss the transition from wrapping up the Infinity Saga into starting this new generally speaking section for the universe. In the clasp, the Marvel Studios boss breaks down their methodology coming into Phase 4, remembering presenting fresh players for the universe who have immediately become fan-favorites such as WandaVision’s Agnes/Agatha Harkness, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’s John Walker, and Loki’s Agent Mobius M. Mobius.
While established characters have fronted Marvel Studios’ exclusive substance for Disney+, these projects have also been used to make a big appearance new characters, as mentioned by Feige. While the MCU is known for its secrecy and there is no official affirmation yet when those players will spring up in the universe, it’s safe to say that the maker’s comments are an obvious sign that they are set to show up in future projects. One person he didn’t make reference to is Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova, who is presented in Black Widow. Nat’s more youthful “sister” is set to be associated with the upcoming Hawkeye show and past, based on the post-credits scene in Cate Shortland’s film. Understandably, notwithstanding, it seems like this clasp with Feige was shot a couple of weeks prior before Black Widow was released in the two theaters and Disney+.
Marvel Studios still has a stacked slate for the rest of the year. Aside from more TV shows such as the enlivened series, What If…?, it is also scheduled to keep releasing films in theaters once more. After Black Widow, there are still three additional movies in the agenda just during the current year alone with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Eternals, and Spider-Man: No Way Home. From that point, the MCU will keep on having a stacked slate for the following several years with no signs of slowing down.