It's hard to believe that the Marvel Cinematic Universe will ever be able to beat Avengers: Endgame . In fact, some do not believe the studio will continue to release the incredible content that is expected over the next few years. So they want to prove that they can do it.
So far there have been 22 MCU films.
If you're reading this, you probably know that there have been many MCU movies so far. Still, it's worth noting how impressive the scale was. Starting with the Iron Man of 2008, there were a total of 22 films. It took some time, however, to get there.
In 2008, Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk made the beginning. But we have not gotten another film, Iron Man 2 until 201
For the MCU, this is not exactly a slow year, but it's a bit of a departure from the past. We start with a returning character that will make it easier for us to get into the fourth phase, and the highly anticipated Bucky and Sam team will certainly be most pleased. But The Eternals is a very different beast.
Things will rise in 2021.
Phase 4 will be level 3 a year 2021, which will be a very busy year, with four releases planned on the screen: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings on February 12, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on May 7, 2021, an as yet unnamed sequel to Spider-Man on July 16 and Thor: Love and Thunder on November 5.
If that's not enough (To be honest, for most fans, this is never the case.) There are four Disney + series that will be premiering all year round 9459004] WandaVision then Loki followed by What If …? and finally Hawkeye . These are distributed, but we do not have exact data yet.
How will Marvel keep up the pace?
Some fear that Marvel will continue to produce new material and will not achieve the level of previous films that are so beloved. The rulers seem to have a plan for it.
"So we go through that and we think things over to make sure that we're able to deliver the same kind of movies that we have We had to make sure in the past that nothing is under the best of our ability is to create these interesting, new and refreshing narratives, "said Marvel's Trinh Tran, which was produced by the Executive Avengers: Endgame to CinemaBlend. "But we discuss and think about how we can make sure we can do it all."
Can anything match the hype of & # 39; Avengers: Endgame & # 39; satisfy?
It took 11 years for the Marvel fandom to reach the climax, the Endgame which managed to set the record Avatar for the highest-grossing film of all time to break. So the question remains: can they maintain this momentum?
As far as most are concerned, it will take some time to rebuild what was once. And although no movie that comes out will surpass the endgame of we hope for a future collaboration that runs parallel to it. We only have to give Marvel a few years to clear everything up.