Marvel head Kevin Feige addresses one of the MCU’s biggest criticisms: superhero fatigue, and explains how Marvel Studios is trying to combat it.
Kevin Feige tackles the problem of superhero fatigue, Marvel Cinematic Universe You can avoid this. The MCU is his one of the biggest movie franchises of all time, with many movies and TV shows that live up to the name. Its critics argue that it has contributed significantly to the oversaturation of superhero content, which has led to fatigue for some viewers. A number of projects are planned for the next few years.
While discussing building the MCU and its various sagas movie business podcastFeige is questioned about superhero fatigue.
He went into detail about how the MCU stays fresh, 22 years at Marvel Studios, 15 years the MCU has been around, superhero movies are still alive and well, and the MCU is still an incredible movie. He says he’s been successful.His full citation (transcription The Direct) can be read at:
But another way to do it is adapt them to different genres and what kind of movies you want to make. Sitting in Semester 2, sitting in Cinema 101, and being exposed to so many different kinds of movies, I said, “I want to make all of these.” I want to make a movie of And if we tell the stories right, and adapt them in such a way that audiences are still knocking on trees, we find that 22+ years later it’s trapping us. Two things. The Marvel Studios logo above the title and seeds of ideas from the history of publishing.
All the MCU movies and shows coming in Phase 5
Phase 5 of the MCU is the second phase of the multiverse saga and launches in February. Ant-Man & Wasp: QuantumaniasIntroducing Kang the Conqueror, the most important villain of the Multiverse saga. There are several other movie releases slated for release, and James Gunn’s final contribution to his MCU in the near future. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3scheduled for release in May, followed by marvels in July. 2024 will finally see the next movie captain America series, Captain America: New World Order.thunderbolt It then gathers some of the MCU’s rogues and anti-heroes to form a new team in light of Guardians of the Galaxy’s departure from the MCU. To do blade.
Phase 5 will also introduce several new series and new seasons of existing shows. secret invasion Scheduled for a spring release, it will build on the Skrull storyline introduced in captain marvel.echo Scheduled for release in late 2023, Alaqua Cox’s Maya Lopez will reprise her role Hawkeye. iron heart A late 2023 release has also been booked, following Dominic Thorne’s Lili Williams. Agatha: Order of Chaosa spin-off of Wanda Vision It follows Kathryn Hahn’s Agatha Harkness and is currently scheduled for release in late 2023 or early 2024. 2024 Daredevil: Bone Again is one of the most anticipated projects in Phase 5, with Charlie Cox returning as Daredevil. Also returning in 2023 will be his second in both seasons. what if…? When Loki.
What we know about MCU Phase 6 and beyond
As the culmination of the Multiverse saga, Phase 6 will come to an explosive conclusion. Avengers: Secret Warsmany speculate that it will bring together a number of different Marvel franchises, including the X-Men. deadpool 3 In addition to the appearance of the long-awaited Fantastic Four, Avengers: Kang Dynasty. Other projects suspected of being included in Phase 6 are currently underway. armor wars, It fits in one of the three empty slots between the two Avengers movies. Little is known after phase 6, MCU We might reboot the X-Men to further explore the Fantastic Four. spiderman A trilogy has already been confirmed.More sequels to existing series, including doctor strange 3should also be expected.
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Source: The Movie Business Podcast (via The Direct)