Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, has opened up about post-credit scenes proven on the finish of each Marvel film and shared how they’re linked to future Marvel releases.
The 49-year-old president admitted that not all post-credit scenes could result in one other installment however they’re making an effort to arrange Section 5 and Section 6 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“The reality is, all the tags are by no means simply in regards to the future. There are tags which can be consuming shwarma, Captain America saying you already know you gotta be taught endurance, generally, you already know, you watch for one thing that is not price it,” Feige advised ComicBook in an article printed Sunday. “So they’re at all times enjoyable for us.”
He additional defined that among the post-credit scenes are going to attach with future Marvel films whereas others will not. Feige famous that you will need to have extra standalone initiatives in Marvel like “Ms. Marvel” and “Moon Knight.”
Nevertheless, he additionally needs interconnected films and exhibits to proceed that can ultimately result in bigger tales. He defined that Marvel Cinematic Universe has arrange post-credit scenes so as to join with “Avengers: The Kang Dynasty” and “Avengers: Secret Wars.”
“A number of what we have been doing has been constructing to this bigger story,” he added. “Clearly with The Kang Dynasty and the Multiverse Saga, and now I believe individuals will, I hope, come alongside for the trip.”
“Each the place it is you are on the categorical practice to the finale,” he concluded. “Additionally when it is enjoyable, as lots of our Section 1, 2 and three movies have been.”
Contemplating Marvel Cinematic Universe’s upcoming films, followers will probably be witnessing “Black Panther: Wakanda Endlessly” this yr as it’s slated to launch on Nov. 11 and the official trailer of the extremely anticipated film has been dropped over the weekend.
Marvel fans will be treated with “The Marvels,” “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3” and “Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania” in 2023. “Fantastic 4” and “Blade” are also expected to release next year but their release dates have not been announced yet.
Aside from movies, Marvel Studios will also release shows together with “Spider-Man: Throughout The Spider-Verse” in December and “Secret Invasion” subsequent yr.
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