Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced that preparation for the next ten years of Marvel films is about to begin during a Disney presentation at CinemaCon.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe isn’t slowing down any time soon. The recent addition of many MCU streaming programs on Disney Plus, which have been more tightly linked to Marvel’s theatrical releases than their prior TV shows, has further added to the interlinked universe’s growth. Kevin Feige, Marvel Entertainment’s chief creative officer and president of Marvel Studios, has now confirmed that work on the studio’s plans for the next decade is about to begin.
Kevin Feige said during a Disney panel at CinemaCon that he will be traveling to a creative retreat with the Marvel Studios crew immediately following the convention to begin planning Marvel’s next 10 years of content. Marvel Studios has already revealed MCU projects that will be released between now and the end of 2023, and potentially a little later — no release dates for projects like Fantastic Four or Blade have been confirmed yet. However, spectators have received little information about Marvel’s long-term plans beyond Endgame. Recent trailers suggest that there will be more time and multiverse travel, but it appears that Marvel Studios‘ next masterplan will be confirmed in the coming days.