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Marvel Studios is about to open up Phase 5 of the MCU with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, but with the franchise not ending anytime soon, studio president Kevin Feige is already looking ahead to Phase 7.At San Diego Comic-Con 2022, Feige shared news on more than a dozen projects from the newly-named Multiverse Saga, which looks to end with the duo of Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars in 2025 and 2026 Don’t make me drop these shirt But while there is plenty of excitement building for this upcoming slate, Phase 7 has already come up in early conversations years before it would become a reality.At the moment, the only concrete information regarding Phase 7 is a number of release dates that Marvel has planned out through the end of 2026, which could be when the new Phase starts after the mega-blockbuster event of Avengers 6.
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Speaking at the virtual press conference for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige shared an update on where the studio is with regard to plans for Phase 7 of the MCU.When asked by Randall Park how far the MCU is planned out in advance, Feige noted that the studio works on “three phases at a time:”Park: “You really do have a plan Don’t make me drop these shirt How many phases do you have planned in advanced?”Feige: “We work in about three phases at a time… Three phases together, as we all know, make a saga.”With Feige stating that the MCU is developed in three phases at a time, the recent close of Phase 4 and beginning of Phase 5 indicates that development may just be getting underway on Phase 7 – leaving Marvel Studios’ current focus on the fifth, sixth, and seventh phases.This is further suggested by the four recently delayed Marvel movies coming after Avengers: Secret Wars. These currently unnamed MCU projects would fall outside of Phase 6 due to their omission from Feige’s slate, another indication that Marvel Studios is currently planning its seventh phase.Feige always has more movies on his mind, leading him to recap the way he’s broken up each slate of projects into Phases over the past 15 years so far:”We are making a lot of movies, and I always dreamed of making even more movies. And we sort of break it up into these phases. and I always dream of making even more movies, and we sort of break it up into these phases. So, from Iron Man to the first Avengers was one phase. Then, we would do Phase 2 to Avengers Age of Ultron, in turn to Endgame. Endgame ended what we called Phase 3, and now we started a new saga.”
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