Disney can't stop, won't stop where the MCU is concerned.
The Third Phase of Marvel's extensive and wide-ranging Cinematic Universe set to wrap up with Spider-Man: Far From Home, which means the Fourth Phase is about to go underway. Now, there will be a few ENDGAME SPOILERS here, so tread carefully if you haven't yet seen the climactic flick. Now, we've already come to understand that The Eternals will play a big role in the shifting, post-Avengers world, especially with heavy-hitters like Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, and Kumail Nanjiani. With Marvel Studio head Kevin Feig having already announced plans for the next five to seven years, Disney has officially shared a release window for their upcoming endeavors, including many "Untitled Marvel" movies.
As it stands, 2020 will bring two new Marvel movies into the fold, with 2021 and 2022 both delivering three apiece. Given that Black Widow, Guardians Of The Galaxy 3, Black Panther 2, The Eternals, and Shang-Chi have already been confirmed, we can already discern the direction of the next phase to come. Given that Thor went off to join the Guardians on their travels, it's likely the God Of Thunder will no longer land any standalone movies, but rather integrate into an already existing series.
Also interesting is the sheer load of "Untitled Disney Live Action" movies in 2021 and 2022, which suggests the House Of Mouse will be drawing from their collection to follow The Lion King and Aladdin's lead. Not to mention, the MCU's bolstered television presence, which includes new series centering on Loki, Hawkeye, Vision & Scarlet Witch, and Falcon and The Winter Soldier. How do you feel about this news? Is Disney doing too much, or are you here for as much MCU as humanly possible?