Following the universe-shaking events of Avengers: Endgame, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s mightiest group is set to go through some exceptional changes pushing ahead, with a lot of questions being raised.
In a recent interview with CinemaBlend, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige discussed about the current status of the Avengers, just as following stages for the hero bunch after the sensational occasions of Endgame. At the point when asked where the idea of the Avengers lays inside the present-day MCU, Feige answered, “I figure you will see that question tended to, and individuals battling with that very inquiry, inside the MCU at this moment.”
Feige continued, saying, “I think post-Endgame and Tony being off the board, and Steve Rogers being off the board — Sam Wilson is the new Cap, of course — that what does it mean to be an Avenger? And is there a core team? And who’s leading it? And who’s financing it? That is very much an undercurrent, that while not at the forefront of many of the current movies, is certainly a question that is lingering in the background.”
In the interim, Feige was as of late got some information about his untitled Star Wars project with Loki maker Michael Waldron. However quiet about the film’s present status, Feige affirmed that it is “In the works, in progress,” and “Not about Han Solo.”
The Marvel manager remains at work on Phase 4 of the MCU, which incorporates the impending Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings just as Eternals in November and Spider-Man: No Way Home in December, with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness due out in 2022.