The Marvel Cinematic Universe is the most successful film franchise of all time , having grossed more than $18 billion worldwide — $4 billion in 2018 alone — and for a brief moment Endgame owned the title of highest-grossing movie of all time before passing the crown right back to Avatar . With Marvel Studios announcing its incredible Phase 4 plans at Comic-Con 2019 and expanding on them at its D23 fan expo the same year, the franchise has shown no signs of slowing down. Then the 2020 coronavirus pandemic changed everything. The well-timed launch of the Disney Plus streaming service , landing shortly before lockdown, has now changed the order in which we’ve seen the planned MCU properties release, but hasn’t made them any less enjoyable. WandaVision was an undeniable hit earlier this year and 2021 has more new MCU shows planned for release than Marvel Studios films. We also know many of the streamer’s shows will be integral parts of future MCU canon, feeding characters (and maybe plotlines) into the films, as Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige first confirmed at SDCC 2019. These Disney Plus series are overseen by Feige and apparently they have bigger budgets than… Read full this story
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