Kevin Feige reveals that the plans for the Marvel Cinematic Universe are practically complete until 2032. So the movie franchise is going to last for a very long time.
It wasn’t long after the Infinity Saga, which spanned nearly a decade of films, ended that Marvel Studios pulled it all off. Lots of new projects are being developed in the franchise, from movies to series. With that said, more needs to be planned than ever, and the studio will likely have a huge task in place to keep everything up to date and tie it together.
Marvel Cinematic Universe until 2032
In 2008, the Marvel Cinematic Universe was launched and fourteen years later, the franchise still exists. In fact, it looks like it’s bigger than ever, with new series and movies on the way.
We know what Marvel Studios will bring us until 2023, but it was revealed during CinemaCon that the decade after that is fully booked as well.
We already partially know what those new plans are. There will be movies about Blade, Captain America, Doctor Strange and Black Panther, but also Deadpool, the X-Men and the Fantastic Four. In short: there is still a lot to come and we already know what to expect from a lot. However, in many cases, the exact details of those plans were not entirely clear yet.
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