With the next stages set, Marvel Homes is among the principals

Marvel Studios may once again whip fans at Comic-Con’s Hall H into mind-melting fervor by scheduling movies and shows until the end of 2025, but there was no time for a victory cycle or even a break. Multiverse epics don’t build themselves, you know? So the day after Comic-Con unfolds, Marvel boss Kevin Feige She was headed to London, where studio production is on the second season of the multiple Emmy Award-nominated series loki And do additional photography marvelsBoth will be released in the summer of 2023.

The company, which is in the process of preparing to start filming code In Atlanta in October and will be released Black Panther: Wakanda Forever In November, it now prepares the generals to carry out plans across a giant chessboard. Destin Daniel Creighton, who led Shang Chi and the Legend of Episode TenFor the studio, he was recruited to lead Avengers: Kang DynastyOne of the two Avengers films that will help finish Stage 6 in 2025.

Marvel also confirmed that Bassam Tarek is the director code, scheduled for release on November 3, 2023; Julius Unah is set to Captain America: New World Order, starring Anthony Mackie as Captain America and opening May 3, 2024; Jake Schreyer (paper cities) Draw the villain team Lightningwhich will conclude the fifth phase with the release of July 26, 2024. The studio is actively looking for a filmmaker The Fantastic FourI lost in April Spider Man Helmer John Watts starts the sixth stage on November 8, 2024.

More at Fox, The Fantastic Four Previously he had a couple of Chris Evans films starring Augustus, as well as a disastrous 2015 box office loss from director Josh Trank. Feige compared Marvel’s new way of heroes to its pact with Sony to bring Spider-Man to the MCU, noting that this wouldn’t be another origin story. “A lot of people know this origin story. A lot of people know the basics. How do we take that and bring up something they haven’t seen before?” said Feige, who added that since the superteam launched the Marvel Comics universe back in 1961, “We set a standard Too loud for ourselves by projecting that on the screen.”

Marvel is usually pretty quiet when it comes to revealing its next plans but it revealed more than any fan of the Hall H presentation could possibly have imagined. She probably felt a certain amount of pressure from fans. Although her films have made huge profits – most recently, Thor: Love and Thundercrossed the $600 million mark in about two and a half weeks—the audience was wondering, no, demanding to know the overarching goal of the movie stage the company was releasing yet—Avengers: Endgamethe 2019 epic that peaked Stage 3 while setting records at the box office, including, for a time, being the highest-grossing film of all time at $2.79 billion.

“It’s about resetting the MCU and meeting all these new characters,” Feige in Hall H said of the films since then.

One movie that was not discussed during Hall H’s panel was Deadpool 3, which will be the first R-rated movie in MCU history and follows star Ryan Reynolds’ previous projects at Fox. Feige noted that historically the studio takes big swings with three parts. “How do we rise to it the way we were able to do it Civil warAnd the infinity war And the Ragnarok? “It’s so much fun to be in the world of The Ryan Reynolds Show,” said Feige.

Marvel’s new opening won’t end at Comic-Con. From September 9-11, the company will return to the stage, this time at the All-Things-Disney Conference, D23. More footage will be shown and secrets will be revealed.

Ryan Gajewski contributed reporting.

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