“Avengers: Infinity War” is currently in theaters, but it really is only half of a two-part story with next year’s fourth “Avengers” set to close out not just the third film’s story but most of the lingering subplots from all the other preceding Marvel Studios films to date.
Beyond that film though we only really know of three confirmed movies – “Spider-Man Homecoming 2” next year and both “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” and “Black Panther 2” presumably in 2020. Everything else (including the above graphic) is speculation.
Now though, in an interview with the Associated Press, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige says the company’s plans are already being mapped out way further than that – in fact the MCU’s next seven years are being decided right now:
“We’re always thinking ahead. Just when people think they can pin us down, we go somewhere else and that’s going to happen again after ‘Infinity War’ in the build-up to the next Avengers film. And we had meetings earlier today about 2024 and 2025.”
Of course, plans do change, as seen with some of the previously announced projects that haven’t come to light – namely the film version of “Inhumans”. With the TV adaptation of that property failing so miserably and the rights to the “X-Men” likely to be in the Marvel/Disney fold from late next year, it’s likely the proposed “Inhumans” film will quietly be buried.