It was expected, but still it was a heavy feeling. The ending of “Avengers: Endgame” really did feel like the closing of 10 years of MCU storyline. And there’s still “Spider-Man: Far from Home” serving as an epilogue. But that’s not stopping Marvel Studios from further adapting other comic stories.
We’ve once offered a potential list of these upcoming MCU films late last year. They were all speculation at the time (and “Far from Home” was actually the last of Phase 3). But pretty soon we might get a good – official – picture of upcoming movies for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Just this Wednesday, May 8, Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that Marvel Studios will be making a public announcement of their future MCU lineup. He offered no specific details other than that hints of what the franchise setting will be like after “Endgame” were show all throughout the film’s runtime.
The most certified of these probable MCU installments are “The Eternals,” which has already cast Angelina Jolie and (possibly) Richard “Robb Stark” Madden. The same case could be made for the martial arts hero “Shang-Chi.”
Marvel Studios once held a memorable press event where they outlined the first few movies of MCU Phase 3. Memorable highlights then included the introduction of Chadwick Boseman as “Black Panther,” and the trick reveal of 2016’s “Captain America: Civil War.” When the film was initially shown, it was subtitled “Serpent Society” after a super-villain team that Cap repeated fought in the comic books.
“Avengers: Endgame” is still in cinemas.