In the San Diego Comic-con last month, the Marvel boss revealed all the 11 projects for Phase 4 to be released between 2020 and 2022, but none of them were an Avengers movie. All the heroes are yet to come together again, but not in Phase 4.
Watch: The Timeline For All The Phase 4 MCU Projects
After the panel ended, in an interview with MTV News, Feige admitted that he debated with Marvel on what to release about the events after 2022, in the comic-con. He felt that the 11 projects for the two years are enough for now. They already mapped out the next five years, so we may see indications of the next big war in those revealed projects. Keep an eye out for all the post-credit scenes in the projects.
The big question is, however, will we see the return of 'Tony Stark', Vision, Steve Rogers and 'Natasha Romanoff' in the events after the Endgame apocalypse? Listening to 'a very different team' from Feige's mouth suggests, likely not.
It will be a very different team than we’ve seen before, that’s what Avengers: Endgame was all about. It will be a very different incarnation of the team with some people you’ve already met and some people you haven’t met yet.
Mutants... Well, it's got our blood pumping for the next three years of the MCU. With Disney already owning the rights to 'X-Men' and 'Deadpool', it is quite possible those people are coming as well. That's another big group of people. Ryan Reynolds seems to have no problem leaking us some hints about that.
Threats will keep coming, and the Avengers will still remain ready for the battle, but without Iron Man or Steve as the Cap who will lead the whole team? There's another Captain — Captain Marvel, who is undoubtedly quite strong. That is yet to see, but Phase 4 might give us some clues.
So, are we really saying farewell to our top heroes? Maybe... Still, it is recommended to say our goodbyes to them for good. And if there's a new event inserted inside the timeline leading up to Endgame, we may see them yet again.