Kevin Feige Explains Why No Avengers Film Was Announced

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Although Marvel Studios announced and revealed details for a whopping 11 projects for the Marvel Cinematic Universe at Comic-Con International in San Diego 2019, a lot of fans noticed the lack of an Avengers film on the slate, meaning the next phase seems to be without a massive ensemble film of some kind.

In an interview with IGN, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige talked a bit about the next phase. He didn't confirm or deny whether or not the current list of films was complete, but he did comment on the decision to leave Phase 4 without the Avengers. "We had a movie this year called Avengers: Endgame, and we wanted -- and it is -- very much an ending as you saw to so many of those characters," he said. "So Phase 4 is about beginnings." Feige then went into further detail about how Phase 4 will expand on the characters audiences already know while introducing completely new ones.

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The end of "The Infinity Saga," as Feige explained, saw several members of the Avengers, most notably Tony Stark/Iron Man, Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, Vision and Steve Rogers/Captain America, removed from action. However, some of those characters will be explored more in future projects, with the Black Widow solo film and the upcoming Disney+ series WandaVision.

This doesn't necessarily mean a team-up film isn't coming, but just that it's a little farther away than some might have expected.

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