One of the big challenges of phase 4 Marvel Cinematic Universe is that even the most devoted viewers who don’t miss his delivery don’t know very well where he’s going. They also don’t know how certain adventures fit into its common thread. Kevin Feige set out to introduce the superheroes of the Infinity Saga and lead them to confront Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War D Avengers: Endgame. Now, with the outline of phases 5 and 6 shown at Comic-Con 2022, we intuitively understand the purpose of the current multiverse saga.
In addition to discovering new main characters with amazing abilities, the writers are dedicating themselves to creating an unleashed multiverse situation that will lead to a meeting with Kang in the future conquerorplayed by Jonathan Majors, first seen in the episode During all this time. Is always (1×06) by Loki, which ends the first season. But, unlike the previous phases, there will be less films about avengers.
Four have been released in the Infinity Saga: avengers (2012) Avengers: Age of Ultron (2014) Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Avengers: Endgame (2019). Captain America: Civil War (2016) is almost the fifth, and if anyone wants to answer that Chris Hemsworth’s Thor is missing from it, let’s remember that Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye is missing from the third. But in the Multiverse Saga there will be only two such teams: Avengers: Kang Dynasty D Avengers: Secret Warsboth will be released in 2025.
Kevin Feige on several films avengers that they come
“I think we learn something from every project we do,” said Kevin Feige, CEO of Marvel Studios. comic during Comic-Con 2022. “But when we designed – and even three years ago, here – Phase 4 – which we didn’t design all the way, but most of it – I realized that it was very different from Phases 1, 2 and 3. what more projects and fewer years andIn this way, It’s not right to shoot an Avengers movie every ten months.“.
And he continued with these words: “Each of the films has now become quite large and cross events in many ways. And, after the creative experience we had with Avengers: Infinity War D Avengers: Endgameseemed to be about ending the saga, about keeping the successive Avengers films alive to bring it to a close. That’s really what we wanted to present today.” It refers to the climax of the Multiverse saga, which is divided into two parts: Kang dynasty D Secret Wars.
In order not to take away the strength of the great Marvel events
So, according to Kevin Feige, films have grown. As unique narrative projects, they are more important to the overall narrative and, therefore, more connected to it by the intervention of different characters who do not belong to the specific and immediate environment of their heroes. Like Benedict Cumberbatch’s sorcerer Spiderman: No Way Home (2021) or Scarlet Witch in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022).
However, in the “Saga of Infinity” there were such films. Think other than four o’clock avengersin Black Widow during Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), a large number of superheroes involved in the aforementioned Civil War or huge in Thor: Ragnarok (2017) inclusive. But although Thanos appears in some post-credits scenes, does not interfere before infinity war at the Kang level in Loki or the future Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Mania (2023).
On the other hand, at the moment between feature films and series released or expected, the number of the Multiverse Saga is already the same as the previous one: twenty-three. But, if in that one two or three films were released every year, then in the current one, eight and nine chapters of these comic feats are programmed in the last two. and Kevin Fig doesn’t think it’s appropriate to suggest an Avengers climactic event in the same proportion so often. Because it will take away your strength.