There is no such thing as superhero movie fatigue. Although those who are opposed to the superhero movie genre think (or wish) that audiences will become tired of caped men and women saving the day, it doesn't look like that'll happen anytime soon. Marvel Studios has blessed fans with multiple films every year since it began in 2008 except on three occasions. There were no Marvel movies released in 2009, only one Marvel film released in 2010 (Iron Man 2), and one released in 2012 (Avengers). Marvel also went from releasing two films a year to three films a year, starting with last year's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige recently sat down with CinemaBlendan explained his approach to releasing multiple films each year.

"It's one of the reasons we've expanded to three films a year, is so that we could do the sequels to films that people have responded to," he began. "Because we love to make continuing stories with characters people have responded to -- but also keep doing the stuff that nobody's ever heard of, and people go, 'Why are you doing that?' That's fun. And that's what Phase One was built on, Phase Two was built on, Phase Three was built on, is having that... Whenever we announce the next year, two years, three years, five years, whatever we're going to announce, there will be plenty of those that, maybe people in the know like yourself will know what they are, but the world at large will go, 'What is it? Why are they doing that?' That's exciting, for sure."