Marvel’s Kevin Feige Says Endgame Was ‘Last Avengers Movie’, Fans In Denial: ‘Deeply Sad’ | Hollywood

It looks like the Avengers will never meet again, at least not in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. During a recent interaction, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige hinted that 2019’s release Avengers: Endgame was the latest film to feature the iconic superhero team.

Avengers: Endgame is the most successful superhero film of all time and, for a brief time, was the highest-grossing film in history. The 2019 film saw the titular team of heroes undo the damage done to the universe by Thanos (Josh Brolin) and bring an end to the MCU’s Infinity Saga, which spanned nearly two dozen films over 11 years.

Speaking on the Marvel Studios Assembled show recently, Kevin, President of Marvel Studios and Chief Creative Officer of Marvel said, “Marvel Studios and the Marvel Cinematic Universe have now passed their tenth anniversary and with the release of the last Avengers film, we have finally completed a 22-film Infinity Saga.”

There had been speculation as to whether the Avengers would ever return to the screen, as many of the original members are dead or retired, including Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man, Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow, and Chris’s Captain America. Evans. There were theories that new characters like Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) and Falcon (Anthony Mackie) could soon replace the fallen heroes in a new Avengers look. However, that seems to be the end of the road for Avengers in its original form in the MCU.

Fans reacted to the development with a mixture of sadness and denial. Some fans pointed out that it was inevitable as Kevin Feige hinted that Endgame was the last Avengers movie planned for a few years. However, others are still not convinced. Many called Kevin Feige a “liar,” while some said his words were twisted out of context. “Kevin Feige has said Endgame will be the last Avengers movie in the Infinity Saga, and other media are misinterpreting his words,” a fan wrote on Twitter.

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Other fans are saddened by the departure of a title and a team that yielded four memorable films and countless pop culture moments. “As a fan of all Avengers, I am deeply saddened,” one fan tweeted.

The MCU continues without the Avengers, however. The latest outing in the Spider-Man: No Way Home franchise has grossed $1.7 billion at the global box office, and there are several big titles planned over the next few years, starting with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which will be released on May 6.

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