All the doubts we have about the new stages of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

All the doubts we have about the new stages of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

At the last San Diego Comic-Con Kevin Feige, the boss of Marvel Studios, announced the big news that will concern phase 5 and 6 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which will close phase 4 next November, in the next two years Ant-Man: Quantumania, The Marvels, Blade, Captain America: New World Order, Thunderbolts, Fantastic Four but also series like Echo, Ironheart, Agatha: Coven of Chaos, Daredevil: Born Again. Everything will then culminate in 2015 with two films, Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars, which in all probability will lead to the extreme consequences of this superhero universe. Despite the magnitude of all these announcements, there are many questions that remain pending as well as questions regarding everything in the Marvel world that has not yet been officially confirmed. Let's try to tidy up:

Where are the X-Men? One of the announcements that many awaited for the next phases of the Marvel world was the much talked about arrival of the X-Men, especially after the cameo of Charles Xavier / Patrick Stewart - albeit in a parallel dimension - in Doctor Stranger in the multiverse the madness and more so. after that on the Ms. Marvel finale (spoiler warning!) it is suggested that she is a mutant. After the Disney-Fox merger, the rights to the X-Men are perhaps the most attractive, along with those of the Fantastic 4 who will instead have their film at the beginning of phase 6. For now there is no official record of the mutants, although their fate in the comics is closely linked to both Kang and Secret Wars. Should we expect big surprises kept top secret?

Marvel Studios When will Spider-Man return? As you know, the rights to Spider-Man are still held by Sony, which produces its films in collaboration with Marvel Studios: it is therefore understandable that announcements relating to this character were not made during the Marvel panel at Comic-Con. Yet knowing what the fate of Spider-Man will be is important to understand how it will fit into the next sagas: the latest No Way Home was important to introduce the Multiverse and Tom Holland's character has always played a key role in the latest Avengers. Will this also be the case in the future? When will we see Spider-Man 4 and what ties will it have with the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

What happened to the other superheroes? Kevin Feige has presented a myriad of films and TV series, but in hindsight he has left many others aside. There is no mention of Thor, for example, although the latest Love and Thunder ended with an eloquent "Thor will return". No mention was made even for Shang-Chi 2, which instead we know will sooner or later be realized, nor of a hypothetical Doctor Strange 4 (it is difficult in fact, after the success of Multiverse of madness that the character of Benedict Cumberbatch is shelved). The same mystery surrounds the Eternals, Kit Harington's Black Knight, and on a serial level Moon Knight whose first season ended with a striking cliffhanger and the announced Armor Wars with Don Cheadle who instead seems to have disappeared from the radar. What about Deadpool 3? So many pieces missing for now, waiting for further announcements.

Marvel Comics Are the Young Avengers really coming? A project that in recent years has been surrounded by several rumors is that of a film (or series) about the Young Avengers. The junior team is much loved by comic book fans and Feige himself has left many possibilities on this subject over the years. To rekindle the hopes there have been several news in the last period, such as the introduction of the new Hawkeye Kate Bishop or America Chavez in Doctor Strange 2, as well as there are those who hope for the involvement of the children of Wanda Maximoff, Billy and Tommy, the future Wiccans and Speed. Even in San Diego, however, Feige said he was a possibilist: "We're reminding people of all the characters we introduced in phase 4 and we'll see where all these characters go and the groups they form, but we'll see."
Why wait so long for the Avengers movies? The question that many have asked themselves, then, is the reason behind the choice to concentrate the Avengers films, usually milestones that mark the crucial nodes of the various Marvel phases, are at the end of phase 6, thus allowing six years to pass. latest Endgame. In the midst of so many questions left open, Feige wanted to give an explanation: “The truth is that in the first three phases there were fewer projects spread over several years. There were smaller projects and individual stories and it seemed appropriate every two or three years to bring them together in an Avengers movie, "he told MTV News:" In phases 4, 5 and 6 we have a lot more projects in fewer years, also thanks to Disney + and the characters that come from Fox, so already many films like Multiverse of Madness and Quantumania are already collective films, but the Avengers will instead be the culmination of the whole saga ".

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