Across 11 years, three stages and 22 films, fans pursued the experiences of Tony Stark and his band of superhuman associates. They did so in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) circular segment known as the Infinity Saga. Despite the fact that Spider-Man: Far From Home is actually viewed as the last film to finish off the third stage. Avengers: Endgame denotes a complete end for a few key characters, and to their levelheaded world as we’ve come to know it. The Marvel Studios head, Kevin Feige, did precisely what he said he’d do. He gave us a finale.
In view of that, we have an ambiguous thought. It is about what the following clump of movies will look like in stage four. Black Panther, Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy all have continuations affirmed. However, they have no set release dates. Jac Schaeffer is composing a Black Widow film. However, it’s been supposed to be a prequel. Thinking about the unfortunate occasions of Endgame, there’s some expectation that that description is a little deceiving. Furthermore, the motion picture will give us some clearness on whether Steve had the ability to bring Natasha back when he restored the spirit stone.
Marvel is keeping seilent about the timetable. Furthermore, it is presumably holding up until San Diego Comic-Con or the D23 Expo in the late spring to uncover final dates. An all the more interesting inquiry, however, has to do with Disney’s own gushing stage. It is about how Endgame’s tangled time jumping plays into its planned turn off shows.
It is really sad that we must bid a fond farewell to a few characters we’ve developed love for throughout the years. However, we shouldn’t consider Endgame to be just the end. Rather, consider it an extraordinary, wild start.