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Three Questions About the Future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The next phase of Marvel’s movies is much weirder than you realize

President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige, Director Taika Waititi and Natalie Portman of ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ at the San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

NNow that Marvel Studios has wrapped up 11 years of superhero storytelling with Avengers: Endgame, which has made more money than any other movie in the history of cinema, the company finally…




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The former editor of, Rob Bricken has been a professional nerd since 2001. He also often cries at children's cartoons.

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