‘You’re Going to See a Lot of Newness’

Marvel Studios is known for bringing back fan-favorite characters and creating sequels for old favorites. However, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger, the studio’s upcoming slate will focus more on introducing new characters rather than relying on old ones.

In the next five years, Disney will assess which characters need sequels and which ones should be left alone. While sequels have worked well for Marvel in the past, it’s important to consider how many times certain characters are revisited. Iger believes that there are still many more stories to be told from Marvel’s vast array of 7,000 characters.


The future of Marvel will involve a lot of new characters and storylines, but they will also return to the Avengers franchise with a new set of characters.

The reference to turning back to the Avengers franchise means that Marvel will be making new movies like ‘Avengers: The Kang Dynasty’ and ‘Avengers: Secret Wars,’ which will conclude Phase 6 in 2025 and 2026 respectively.

In addition to these movies, there will be sequels to “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “The Marvels,” “New World Order” featuring Anthony Mackie as the new Captain America, and “Thunderbolts,” which will team up villains and anti-heroes from past films

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