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Marvel’s 2024 Release Schedule Breaks An 11-Year Streak

Kevin Feige is probably wise to suggest pumping the brakes on the behemoth that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become. Including “The Marvels,” there have been a whopping 33 movies released since 2008 exploring various corners of the fictional universe. But “The Marvels” was a box office failure as more and more fans are complaining about superhero fatigue. With the “Captain America: Brave New World” and “Thunderbolts” delays resulting in a total of five MCU movies now scheduled for a 2025 release, the studio has little choice but to slow down.

Still, 2024 won’t be entirely devoid of Marvel content in movie theaters. “Kraven the Hunter” and “Madame Web” are still on Sony’s schedule, but it’s unclear how, or if, they’ll connect to the larger MCU.

While Marvel’s delays may seem like a setback, they could prove to be a blessing in disguise. Ryan Reynolds has proven time and again that he’s a master at marketing the “Deadpool” movies, so giving his MCU debut as much breathing room as possible is likely a wise choice, especially with the long-awaited return of Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine. And despite suggesting a more moderate release schedule, Feige has also gone on record to say that there are still plenty of more Marvel stories left to explore, as he told Variety, “it feels like we’ve barely scratched the surface.”

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