Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was announced on Sunday, July 21, at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Marvel Studios took to the stage in Hall H and revealed the list of upcoming movies and TV shows under Marvel-Disney banner. The list has quite a number of standalone ventures including prequels and incidents post 'Avengers: Endgame'.
While fans were finding it hard to get over the excitement of the same, recently, Marvel President Kevin Feige revealed that they have already mapped out the phase 5 of Marvel Cinematic Universe. Following the presentation at the Comic-Con over the weekend, he said that that Phase 5 was also finalized, but the makers decided to stick to Phase 4, as of now.
"We debated what we should announce... 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," PTI quoted which Feige as saying.
Meanwhile, Marvel studios list of Phase 4 films includes several mammoth ventures like- 'Thor: Love and Thunder', 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness', 'The Eternals' and 'Black Widow'.
The studio also announced a number of interesting web series that will premiere in 2021 on Disney's upcoming streaming service, Disney Plus. The projects include Jeremy Renner's 'Hawkeye', Tom Hiddleston's 'Loki', 'Wanda-Vision' and 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' among others.
Their famous 'WHAT IF...?' comics will be adapted for the screen, an animated series in on the comics is in making. It will star Jeffrey Wright as the voice of The Watcher and many actors from across the MCU reprising their roles as a voice talent. Streaming exclusively on Disney+ in Summer 2021
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