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Kevin Feige Reveals What’s Next For MCU After ‘Avengers: Endgame’

With Avengers: Endgame nearing closer, fans are questioning what the MCU’s future could hold. Endgame is certain to finish up the character’s stories and tie up the last eleven years of action.

After Endgame, we know Spider-Man: Far From Home will release in the summer. However, after that, we have no clue. But, in a recent interview with Variety, Kevin Feige began teasing about the new MCU era.

This is what he said:

“Some of these films will feature characters that you already know. Some supporting characters will assume leading roles, while some new characters will be introduced. The reward for all of these films working is that we get to try to do it again and do it differently and learn from our mistakes and try something we haven’t tried before.”

The new characters we assume are Shang-Chi and The Eternals. Plus, we already know that Black Widow is set to get a solo movie. It’s also interesting that supporting characters will be making a rise. This comes as Avengers: Endgame kills off major roles/ characters. This could mean another character taking on the Captain America name or someone taking on the new Iron Man if Tony Stark doesn’t make it.

We definitely know that some supporting characters will be getting Disney+ shows. The Netflix Marvel shows seemed to have ended but the new Disney plus shows are not to be missed. Rumoured and confirmed series include Scarlett Witch and Vision, Falcon and Winter Soldier and a Loki Series as well as a Hawkeye one too.

“These episodes will intersect with the movies in a very big way. It’s a totally new form of storytelling that we get to play with and explore,” said Feige.

This makes it easy for Marvel to build up characters in the TV shows and slot them into the movies whenever they like. For example, we’ve heard that the Hawkeye series will see Clint training up Kate Bishop.

The future will definitely be certain after Avengers: Endgame hits cinemas on April 26th.

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