Over the last decade, Marvel Studios has released a lot of good movies. Although the studio has shifted toward streaming, the feature-length offerings have been excellent. The Infinity Saga ended with Avengers: Endgame, in which Iron Man and Black Widow died, but it seems more Avengers were supposed to die.
The film’s directors Joe and Anthony Russo revealed to the Happy Sad Confused podcast that Kevin Feige intended Endgame to kill off all six original Avengers. As far as who was going to die was concerned, there were a lot of rumors flying around the podcast, according to Joe Russo.
It was Kevin who suggested, at one point, that we remove all the original characters from the movie. Kevin thought this was too aggressive and that the audience would not be able to process it. He then suggested picking one or two characters to sacrifice throughout the movie so you could have emotional catharsis and then carry on with the story.
With two new Avengers movies announced, the studio outlined its plans for the next three years. It is expected that Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars will both be released in 2025. Marvel is known for teasing their upcoming films with post-credit scenes, even if it seems like a long way away.
They seem to be doing things differently this time around, though. Marvel Studios boss revealed how post-credits scenes may contribute to the upcoming Avengers movies in an interview with ComicBook.com.Obviously, all tags aren’t only about the future.
There are the tags about eating shwarma, Captain America explaining that you need to learn patience, and sometimes you wait for something that’s not worth it,” Feige said. Everything shouldn’t feel the same. As a result, some tags will connect and some will not.
There will be some connections between the shows and films, and there will be some that do not. Having standalone introductory stories like Ms. Marvel, and Moon Knight, as well as things that connect and build towards the larger story, is just as important as having interconnected stories.
It has been a lot of work building to this larger story, obviously with The Kang Dynasty and the Multiverse Saga, and now people will hopefully follow along. In addition to being on an express train to the finale, many of our Phase 1, 2, and 3 films have been fun as well. In theaters, Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder recently premiered.
In the film, Chris Hemsworth plays the titular character, while Tessa Thompson plays Valkyrie, Natalie Portman plays Jane Foster/Mighty Thor, Russell Crowe plays Zeus, and Jaimie Alexander plays Lady Sif, Chris Pratt plays Peter Quill/Star-Lord, Sean Gunn plays Kraglin.
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Dave Bautista plays Drax the Destroyer, Karen Gillan plays Nebula and Christian Bale plays Gorr the God Butcher. The film will also feature Waititi reprising his role as Korg. Now you can watch Thor: Love and Thunder exclusively in theaters!
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