Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has years worth of MCU projects rattling around in that head of his, but those of you hoping that some of those ideas include The Fantastic Four or The X-Men are likely to be disappointed.
If you think you can get a clue of what could be the title for the 2019 Avengers 4 movie at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego, then we have some disappointing news for you. In the meantime, DC's Aquaman should scratch fans' itches this December if they want their fix of underwater superhero action. They can get away with that, and it's great.
Feige said: "They're absolutely directly connected, as many of our movies are but more so than many of our other movies".
With the Fox/Disney deal now being worked out, it's clear the X-Men will likely join the MCU at some point in the future.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Kevin Feige yesterday during the Los Angeles domestic press junket for Avengers: Infinity War, and after a great chat about the upcoming film, our interview ended with me asking about his Deadpool thoughts. But, when he and his band of superheroes do finally reveal themselves, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will never be the same. However, Marvel has found a way to bring horror to the MCU, with the Netflix universe going gothic in Defenders and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
The newest Deadpool 2 trailer not only featured a reference to Infinity War's big bad (Thanos) but also one regarding Marvel Studios Chief Feige himself. In this case in particular, there's no deal until they say there's a deal, so I'm not thinking about any of it, honestly, any more than I ever have, which is to say, of course, I would always think about it because I can't help it.
"Eternals is one of many many many things that we are actively beginning to have creative discussions about to see if we believe in them enough to put them on a slate", Feige tells The Wrap."We have started working on what are the films post-Phase 3".