Kevin Feige says that the titles of Marvel's 2020 movies are spoilers
Marvel Studios has big plans for their Marvel Cinematic Universe post-AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR, but don't expect to hear about them anytime soon. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige recently spoke with The Toronto Sun about all things Marvel, including the three as-yet-untitled MCU flicks which will follow the conclusion of their epic two-part INFINITY WAR saga. At the moment, here's how the remainder of Marvel's third phase is laid out:
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2 - May 5, 2017.
SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING - July 7, 2017.
THOR: RAGNAROK - November 3, 2017.
BLACK PANTHER - February 16, 2018.
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR - May 4, 2018.
ANT-MAN AND THE WASP - July 6, 2018.
CAPTAIN MARVEL - March 8, 2019.
UNTITLED AVENGERS SEQUEL - May 3, 2019.
After the INFINITY WAR saga wraps up, Marvel has three movies scheduled for May 1, 2020, July 10, 2020 and November 6, 2020. According to Feige, there's a reason we don't know what those three movies will be as they could be considered spoilers for AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR and the UNTITLED AVENGERS SEQUEL.
Where we go after Avengers; what those 2020 films are, we’re pretty sure what those are going to be... but if I tell you that, we’re getting into spoilers.
There have been rumblings that not every Marvel hero who enters INFINITY WAR will make it out alive, but if any of those post-INFINITY WAR titles are another CAPTAIN AMERICA or IRON MAN film, we'd know that those characters are likely safe from major harm. It's also possible that the titles themselves may reference characters or events which are created during the AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR arc. Either way, we likely have a bit of a wait ahead of us before we discover the identity of these mystery Marvel flicks. As for the future beyond 2020, Feige has all that planned out as well, but he'll never tell!
Once we get into 2021, 2022, 2023… it’s the same balance. We want to continue stories in unique ways with characters that we’ve established. There’s facing the crossroads of how to adapt characters after they’ve had five or six or seven appearances. Then there’s choosing the new ones, like Guardians, like Ant-Man, like Doctor Strange... and we certainly know what the handful of those are going to be.
Any guesses as to what those untitled Marvel movies might be?
|Source:||The Toronto Sun|