So Marvel Already Has Another Twenty Movies Planned

When people start comparing the Marvel Cinematic Universe with its DC counterpart, planning is one of the most often-cited reasons that the MCU is superior. For proof, look no further than the fact that the Marvel Cinematic Universe started up by releasing a number of movies that started out small but started out well, with each one focused on a particular member of the Avengers for the build-up to the big crossover at the end of that particular phase. In contrast, the DC Extended Universe started out with Man of Steel before proceeding right into Batman v. Superman, which used up the famous “Death of Superman” storyline, and then Justice League, which featured Superman’s resurrection in the next movie.

In other words, the Marvel Cinematic Universe planned out its film franchise in a careful and considerate manner, whereas the DC Extended Universe seemed to have been in a rush to catch-up to years and years of preparation on the part of its rival as soon as possible. As a result, Marvel has had a successful 2017 and is expected to have an even more successful 2018 with Black Panther, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Avengers: Infinity War, whereas DC has had lackluster results with what was supposed to be its big crossover movie.

What Are Some of the Plans for the MCU at the Moment?

Based on this, it should come as no surprise to learn that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has planned out its future far beyond 2018. Currently, it is on Phase 3 of its plan and will remain on Phase 3 of its plan until 2019, which will see the release of the unnamed Avengers 4 that will serve as the follow-up to Avengers: Infinity War. For those who are curious, Phase 1 was the build-up to the first Avengers movie, Phase 2 was the period between the first Avengers movie and the second Avengers movie, and Phase 3 is the period covering the break-up of the Avengers as well as their presumed reunion in the face of Thanos. It is know that the two upcoming Avengers movies will be covering what happens with Thanos, which is something that will matter to all of the characters who have appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far, but what a lot of people are wondering about is what will happen afterwards.

Currently, there are two movies that will come out after Phase 3, with the first being the follow-up to Spider-Man: Homecoming and the second being Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. However, what is interesting is that the president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige has stated that they have plans for 20 more movies, which will explore new characters, new settings, and new stories. This is important because it shows that Marvel is well-aware that the consumers change on a constant basis, meaning that they will need to continue adapting to those changes as they happen if they want to keep the Marvel Cinematic Universe running far into the future, which can be considered one more example of the forward thinking of the people behind the film franchise. As a result, it is no wonder that Disney CEO Bob Iger has stated that the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be separable into two periods, with one being pre-Avengers 4 and the other being post-Avengers 4, which is a statement that promises exciting times for Marvel fans ahead.

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