Marvel Cinematic Universe was one ambitious endeavor back in 2007, which began with Iron Man. It has now completely developed into a series of 29 movies and numerous television shows. Marvel Studios is now set to close out MCU phase 6 with two new Avengers movies.
Head of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige recently made the announcement at San Diego Comic-Con. According to him, two more Avengers films are in the works which are set to drop on 2025. According to Variety, the 2025 release dates for Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars are only six months apart.
The upcoming movies will hit theatres six years after Avengers: Endgame’s release, which briefly surpassed all previous box office records. The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s sixth phase will begin on May 2, 2025, with Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, and end on November 7th, 2025, with Avengers: Secret Wars. It appears that the films were influenced by two Marvel Comics miniseries, one from the 1980s and the other from 2015.
The Secret Wars comic book series from the 1980s pitted every Marvel superhero against one another on the planet Battleworld. A different iteration of Secret Wars developed the concept with a plot involving numerous universes decades later, in 2015. Superheroes from two parallel universes are accidentally destroyed and dropped into the post-apocalyptic Battleworld universe.
The police force in Battleworld is the fearsome Thor Corps, a collection of every Thor from every different realm. Sheriff Strange, a different persona for one of Stephen Strange’s incarnations as Doctor Strange, sits at the top of the Thor Corps’ social structure. Kevin Feige recently unveiled a dizzying array of movies that will comprise Phases Five and Six of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more such news and updates.
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