Marvel Studios boss says the next 5 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are 'fleshed out,' and plans will be revealed later this year
- Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige told IGN that there is a five-year plan "fleshed out" for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
- He also said that plans will be revealed after "Spider-Man: Far From Home" is released in July.
- Feige indicated that it could be some time before the former Fox-owned Marvel characters, like the X-Men, show up in the MCU.
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Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said there is a five-year plan "fleshed out" for the Marvel Cinematic Universe for after the upcoming "Avengers: Endgame" and "Spider-Man: Far From Home," and plans will be revealed after those movies are released."We have built and fleshed out our five-year plan of where we're heading, the first few years of which we'll be announcing, as I said, relatively soon, after these next two movies," Feige told IGN.Advertisement
There are at least six MCU movies in development for after this year, including a third "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie and a "Black Panther" sequel (read full details on the movies in the works here). But since "Avengers: Endgame" is shrouded in secrecy, Marvel Studios will make official announcements after "Far From Home" is released in July.Feige also indicated that it will be some time before audiences see MCU movies based on the former Fox-owned Marvel characters, like the X-Men, which Disney now owns the film rights to after the Disney-Fox merger.
"As you've heard me say before, until it was all done, we literally couldn't do anything," Feige told IGN. "So essentially, it's sort of Day One.""They could wait five, maybe even 10 years," he said. "I think there's a strong argument to be made that the longer the wait, the more anticipation there will be for it. It gives these other Fox versions time to settle."Advertisement
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