Kevin Feige admits that the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was a disaster

Kevin Feige revealed plans for Phase 5 and Phase 6 Marvel Cinematic Universe to the public’s surprise at Comic-Con 2022. It was rumored that the studio CEO’s attendance would be “anecdotal” and that the big announcements would be made later at D23 2022.

Not only were the reports wrong, the announcements were important, far-reaching and pointed the way for the studio. marvel studios with his series and films in the following years. By the end of 2025, when phase 6 will be completed Avengers: Secret Wars.

Considering that Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is coming to an end Black Panther: Wakanda Forever it makes sense to talk about the productions that will be broadcast in 2023 and that constitute the fifth phase. But the decision to detail each of the series and movies we will see, and even talk about the sixth phase, was unexpected.

When Feige was asked why, the executive explained that he needed to report the benchmark. It’s about letting fans know that everything we’ve seen so far has a purpose and will lead to something specific. In other words, to agree that the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a bit of a mess so far.

Problems with the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

This is one of the main criticisms, apart from the poor quality of some films and series. There is a clear gap between productions during the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In addition, the growing group of superheroes creates new situations, different priorities and the complexity of having to fit everything into one big story.

In addition, Marvel Studios, like the rest of Hollywood, has been hit hard by the pandemic. Filming delays, no audience in theaters and the challenges of managing a blockbuster with safety measures to avoid the spread of COVID-19.

In fact, the situation is somewhat uneven when it comes to the subject matter of the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe initiative. Very few links, for example, between Eternal and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Though Spider-Man: There is no road and Loki connected by the discovery of the multiverse, only now do we understand where we are going.

But with the Infinity Saga, the first ten years of the Marvel film franchise, there was much more consistency. And Feige didn’t see fit to detail plans so far into the future and so soon. Advertise Avengers: Khan Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars this reassured many of us who were sometimes a little disappointed with the new direction they had taken in terms of quality.

The unveiling of a large group of new superheroes certainly brought a lot of good things to the production of the fourth phase of the series. Marvel Cinematic Universe. Much more inclusivity, new perspectives, and a healthy departure from the classic, white, American superhero who doesn’t have an atom of evil in his body and saves the world above all else. This new generation of characters is more human, a little more ambiguous, and more diverse.

We can only hope that the TV shows and movies we see from 2023 will stop suffering in quality. It Black Panther: Wakanda Forever to be everything we desire and more. May this be the honor Chadwick Boseman deserves. And let the culmination of it all be as exciting a cinematic event as it was. Infinity Wars and Endgame.

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