Since Marvel has kicked it off with Phase 3 already and with Spider-Man: Homecoming coming in about a year, why not think in the future about Phase 4 and what films that might accompany? Since Phase 3 does have some cool films lined up, we all pretty much know what it's going to be, so all the speculation and whatnot has to be placed beyond that.
None the less, I have some ideas of what I would like to see in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the conclusion of Infinity Wars.
- July 14th 2019 - Kraven the Hunter
Note: Yeah, yeah I get this isn't technically Phase 4, but I honestly just hate seeing that Inhumans release date slot remain dormant! Besides, if Homecoming is successful they're probably going to want a sequel as soon as possible to m…
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There has been a lot of rumors & events recently in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Over the past couple months, some decisions seem to have been made behind the scenes. A few people think that this might just be signs that Fox and Marvel Studios are maybe in the beginning works of making a deal to use their properties together.
So, let's actually look at the evidence, shall we? First thing first, the MCU had recently gotten new leadership, with Kevin Feige replacing Ike Perlmutter as the head of Marvel Studios. Shortly after this, Feige also announced in an interview that the MCU has contingency plans for if any of their rights are reverted or any deals are made with studios, to properly accommodate them in the MCU. Shortly after this too, …
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What if the Marvel Cinematic Universe had all their character rights, including the X-Men, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, etc. They don't have to share these with any studios (Like the they do with Universal with The Hulk/Namor and Sony with Spider-Man), they own the rights and have 100% creative control over them. How would this have changed the MCU? Would it have been similar to how it currently is, or would it be completely different?
So Historically, I should give explain how this could all happen. Let's say Marvel in the 1990s when it was about to go bankrupt do not sell their cinematic rights, because they notice how superheroes movies are getting more popular and want in on it. So they make in a deal with a big entertainment company (It …
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