Marvel Plans to Release One Sequel, One Franchise Every Year


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Back in March, we brought you the  news that Sony Pictures would release a Spider-Man or Spidey-themed movie every year.

Now, Marvel is planning  to “release one sequel and one new franchise each year,” beginning with Guardians of the Galaxy, JoBlo reports.

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Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, revealed the plan in an interview with IGN on Monday:

[Guardians of the Galaxy] fulfilled our desire to do something different. To start producing, each year, a film that was the sequel to a pre-existing, successful franchise and do something new. We’re doing that next year with Age of Ultron, with Ant-Man, and hope to maybe continue that model in the coming years.

So, let’s see: There’s Guardians (and probably a Guardians sequel), Avengers 2 and Avengers 3, Thor 3, Captain America 3, and Doctor Strange  — and those are just the ones we know of for sure.





3 Responses to Marvel Plans to Release One Sequel, One Franchise Every Year

  1. If they do a Cloak and Dagger movie I’ll be impressed. Or something with Dazzler and Longshot.

  2. Dazzler and Longshot are both under the X-men license, so that will never happen unless the House of M(ouse) revokes the Fox X-men license.

  3. Stiil waiting for a Deadpool movie.
    I know it’s over-rated, but come on, it’d be cool. The game was decent too.