This weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, The fans were treated with teasers of upcoming Marvel Studios films and shows for Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, Kevin Feige revealed that Marvel has the next five years, including Phase 5, already planned out.
MTV's Josh Horowitz spoke with Marvel head Kevin Feige following the SDCC panel and asked about what lies beyond Phase 4. “We debated what we should announce today,” Feige said. “Should we announce 4 and 5? We’ve planned them out, we’ve got five years down the road and I was like, I think eleven projects in two years is plenty. Having not mentioned anything for two or three years.”
There will also be no Avengers film in Phase 4 as the newest phase will focus on "beginnings." Mahershala Ali's Blade project will not be in Phase 4 as well, hinting that it should be in the next round of films and shows. Kevin Feigi also confirmed that Black Panther 2, Guardians of the Galaxy 3, Captain Marvel 2 and The Fantastic Four are all on their way.
There still isn't any updates about the introduction of the much anticipated X-Men into the MCU following Disney's acquisition of Fox properties, with Feige only briefly mentioning that there is "no time left to talk about mutants," we don't know if they will be in Phase 5 or beyond.
we still have a long wait for Phase 5, but the official lineup for Phase 4 have already been announced, and it will feature a ton of Disney+ series.
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