It was a big weekend for Marvel, in the midst of its biggest year yet. As Avengers: Endgame overtook Avatar for the title “#1 movie of all time that isn’t called Gone With the Wind,” MCU overlord Kevin Feige appeared at Comic-Con to deliver rabid fans all the news they’ve been craving about what happens next. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is at a pivotal moment. Having completed the sprawling Infinity Saga, several of the original Avengers have moved on to differently colored pastures, most notably Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man. While there are still many more-than-viable MCU franchises going—Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently kicking box-office butt, for instance—the Universe is undoubtedly in a transitional phase. Although Feige and company typically telegraph their films years in advance, their last project with an announced title and release date has long been the new Spider-Man, leaving fans itchy to know what to expect in 2020 and beyond. After the weekend’s enormous news dump, though, fans need not wonder anymore. Here are the five crucial takeaways from Feige’s Comic-Con appearance. 1. Sequels and reboots Obviously, Black Panther 2 and Captain Marvel 2 are on the way—writer-director Ryan Coogler confirmed last October that he would return to… Read full this story
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