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Marvel: What's Next After Avengers?

IGN says:

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has painted a clearer picture of where he sees the Marvel Cinematic Universe expanding after next summer's The Avengers. IGN got an exclusive advance look at a new interview Feige did for the upcoming summer issue of Disney twenty-three magazine, the quarterly publication of D23: The Official Disney Fan Club.

"X-Men was the dawn of the new Marvel cinematic age," said Feige. "Iron Man was the dawn of the Marvel Studios age and the establishment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the beginning of that continuity. The Avengers is the next big step. Once all these characters come together, it's the culmination of all that has come before. It launches a new era and a new time in the history of our films. Not only will it be the first film that our new home studio, Disney, will be distributing, but it will also renew each of these characters and launch them into their own franchises, starting with the second film to be released by Disney, Iron Man 3."

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alycakes3930d ago

To me this is the greatest thing ever. I grew up with these comic that my brothers owned and I loved them (wish I had some of them now). I love most of the super hero but I do have my favorites.

I love that Stan Lee makes his little cameo in the Marvel ones so I look for him always. I got to meet him and he's so cute and funny and nice. As you can see I just get very excited about these movies. Can't wait for Iron Man 3, I mean it just can't come soon enough and I know some people will think I'm crazy but I'm actually glad they're making a Ghost Rider 2....I know it wasn't as big a hit as some of the others but just the story line and the concept to me was great.

There...I've gone on and on again...sorry.

Defectiv3_Detectiv33930d ago

I prefer DC's approach - quality over quantity. Marvel is oversaturating themselves way too much. Now that they have sold themselves to disney, what will happen if Superheroes go out of vogue (this has happened several times in the past)? Disney will drop them like a bad habit.