Superhero movie fans are expecting big changes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) after Avengers: Infinity War part 2. And according to the Marvel Studios, talking about changes is a euphemism.
The American magazine Vanity Fair has dedicated its latest cover to Marvel Studios to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Hollywood subsidiary of the famous comic book publisher. For the purposes of this cover and the record that goes with it, the magazine took pictures of many of the actors that appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films. These photos are available in our gallery below.
And in addition to these photos, Vanity Fair also had the opportunity to talk to Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios. During this interview, the big boss of the Marvel Studios spoke about the current era of the MCU and what will come after:
We are at 22 movies and we have 20 other films in the boxes that are intentionally completely different from what was released before. We are looking for worlds that are completely distant, geographically and in space-time, from the worlds, we have already visited.
Avengers: Infinity War part 2 will offer something never seen in a superhero movie: an end. There will be two separate periods. Everything that happened before Avengers: Infinity War part 2 and everything that will happen after. I know things are not going to be done in a way that people expect.
Once Avengers: Infinity War part 2 is released, it is possible to expect films that are significantly different from those that have been seen so far. It will be interesting to discover who current comedians will always appear in the MCU.
As a reminder, Avengers 3, better known as Avengers: Infinity War part 1, will debut in theaters around the world next spring.