Marvel Reveals Phase 6 MCU Plans, Including 2 New Avengers Films
Marvel says Phase 6 will close out its The Multiverse Saga with Avengers: Secret Wars in 2025.
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Similar to The Infinity Saga -- the name given at the end of Phase 3 to refer to the first phases of films -- the next trio now has a name of its own (thanks in part, we assume, to Kang!): The Multiverse Saga.
Just three films were shown onscreen during the Phase 6 announcement, however, including two Avengers films:
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige told Deadline after the panel that the Russo brothers aren't involved with the next Avengers project. Feige also declined to name the "thematics" of the announced phases, telling Deadline that the studio doesn't usually like to discuss each phase until it's complete, because "all of our stories are both interconnected and hopefully stand apart."
These are unlikely to be the only three Phase 6 movies, rest assured. When the timeline was announced by Feige, you could see there were missing titles -- perhaps we can glean something from the open dates and slots pictured here:
We may also get more insight into those open dates at D23 this September, but for now, we might as well bask in the possibilities. Earlier in panel, Marvel announced its Phase 5 schedule as well: