Marvel and Disney want to slow down again in the future when it comes to the release of new films and series in the MCU goes. This is shown, for example, by the date for The Marvels, which was pushed back by several months. And the shows at Disney Plus will apparently start at greater intervals from each other. So far here are only Secret Invasion and Loki season 2 for 2023 for sure. But there are probably more changes to come.
Fewer MCU sequels soon?
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporters Disney CEO Bob Iger spoke about the future of Marvel productions: “What we need to look at at Marvel isn’t the scope of the story, it’s how often we return to certain characters. Sequels mostly work for us – but do we need a third or fourth installment? Or is it time to move on to other characters turn to?”, it says in the conversation.
It’s obvious that Bob Iger is here on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania relates. The third film in the series starring Paul Rudd. So far they have been able to $456 million be played in the cinema.
This is quite a solid value – but if you take a look at the typical results of the MCU, Quantumania is currently in the lead last places a. However, new films with fresh Marvel heroes are on the way.
“If you look at Marvel’s roadmap over the next five years, there’s a lot that’s new here. And we’re returning to the Avengers franchise – albeit with all-new Avengers.” said Bob Iger. In fact, many characters – some of whom have already made their Disney Plus debut – are making their cinema debut. thunderbolts, blades or Fantastic Four here are just a few examples. With productions like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 or dead pool 3 however, further third parts of a series are also pending.
Source: The Hollywood Reporters