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Marvel boss teases the future of the Avengers franchise

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“I would have to think so,” Feige said when asked if there would ever be another Avengers movie. “I would have to say yes, at some point. It’s a good title. Could use that.”

We know this much: Avengers: Yes, At Some Point won’t be hitting screens for some time. Feige has previously made it clear that Endgame represented the conclusion to a chapter of the MCU, and that Phase 4 will be something of a superhuman rebuilding year, introducing audiences to new, thrilling characters like the Eternals, Shang-Chi, and, per an exciting reveal at the 2020 Disney Investors Day, the long-awaited Fantastic Four.

With the old guard largely out of the fight and fresh heroic faces announced on a seemingly hourly basis for Marvel Disney+ adaptations, it seems clear that any new Avengers movies will feature a new lineup — something that took four years to coalesce in the MCU’s Phase One. For now, we still have a couple dozen officially announced projects scheduled to come out in the next few years while we wait for the Avengers to reassemble. Who knows? They might even be headed for Disney+ with the rest of the cool kids.

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