Marvel this weekend finally revealed his plans for phase 4 of the MCU, which confirms Thor 4, Shang-Chi and The Eternals, among other projects. The studio also plagued the arrival of the Fantastic Four and X-Men.
At the end of the Hall H presentation at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel's Kevin Feige name deleted Fantastic Four, and before leaving the scene, he said There was no time to talk about mutants, an obvious reference to X-Men .
But don't expect the same mutants we've seen over the last decade in Fox's movies to appear in the MCU. In an interview with IGN, Feige Marvel's approach to X-Men says, "will be quite different from what has been done before."
Unfortunately, it may be a while before any of these characters are properly introduced into the MCU. Marvel shared his film and television schedule through 2021
Fans can expect movies like Blade, Black Panther 2, and the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 by Thor: Love and Thunder are released. But we have to wait a while longer before the Fantastic Four and X-Men appear in the MCU, even though they could show up in a post-credit scene much before that.
Hopefully their arrival will be faster than later. But considering what has been announced for Phase 4, the fans have many good things to look forward to.
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