Kevin Feige claims that the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has only just begun after 32 films. Black Panther, the first MCU movie to win an Academy Award, was produced by Feige, who also serves as president of Marvel Studios. In an interview, Feige noted, “I’ll never forget being there on opening night of Avengers: Endgame, hearing the crowds. Moreover, the comments we got following the release of Black Panther. I never imagined it would have the type of impact it did, not even in my wildest fantasies.
Feige went on to say that one of the best things about Marvel is the abundance of beautiful, fascinating characters that they have created over the course of 85 years. “Despite 32 films, it feels like we’ve only begun to scrape the surface. With the movie rumoured to reset the MCU and many of the actors portraying the superheroes, Avengers: Secret Wars (2027) is supposed to be the mechanism through which Marvel aims to keep growing the world. In Phase Six of the MCU, Secret Wars will be released on May 7, 2027, along with Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Fantastic Four (2025). In the upcoming years, multiverse resets are anticipated to become more divisive due to the DCU competitors of Marvel having a rough start. Superman: Legacy is the DCU’s debut movie, yet Blue Beetle’s debut DCU character has trouble standing out in theatres. Although the reviews for the movie were mostly positive, its box office performance was dismal. This is often attributed to superhero weariness, which is predicted to have an impact on the upcoming The Marvels, which is presently slated for the MCU’s worst opening week on record.
The MCU benefits from the popularity of TV shows like Loki, which have broken viewership records and given hope to Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors), the main enemy of Phase Six. A reset could be vital for the franchise’s durability, but it might also hinder newly cast actors from developing relationships with fans. On the other hand, it might also open up new options given the knowledge gained from the previous MCU. Given the stalled negotiations with SAG-AFTRA and the delays to Phase Four and Five films, Marvel’s upcoming phase may find it difficult to even begin or maintain interest in the overall tale over time. The actor’s union stated in a statement on October 11 that the studios had returned with a worse bargain than they had initially presented, delaying any settlement into the foreseeable future.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News