Marvel Studios has been completely undercover about the action of its next Avengers movie. Bucky Barnes actor Sebastian Stan revealed that Avengers 5 will not be released for a while, and said “we’ve got to figure out a couple of other missions first before we even get there.”
To make the fans feel better, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige guaranteed that Avengers 5 will appear at some point in the MCU’s future. He also mentioned that Phase 4 is focused on the beginnings of these new characters before they join the squad.
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Avengers 5: Disney Hints at the Official Title by Accident
After the highly awaited return of Marvel Studios at the San Diego Comic-Con 2022, a possible new project for Avengers 5 has surfaced online. Some Reddit rumors and leaks are creating questions about trademarks for Avengers: Secret Wars and Avengers: The Kang Dynasty; which were officially released on Friday, July 22 with the European Union Intellectual Property Office for multiple categories of goods & services constituting film production.
In the post, the filing date is specifically one day before Marvel Studios’ San Diego Comic-Con “mega-panel,” which is anticipated to reflect new comments about upcoming MCU titles. It’s still skeptical for upcoming Avengers movies, however, the timing of these slots indicates that Secret Wars or The Kang Dynasty could be the subtitle for the new Avenger’s project, and speculating that it gets officially confirmed by Marvel Studios on Saturday night MCU Hall H panel.
The title for Avengers 5 might’ve leaked ahead of the SDCC panel
Announcing the 5th installment at the 2022 San Diego Comic-Con would answer many questions, mainly because it provides Phase 4 a path. Though, it is still kept in dark if both Secret Wars or The Kang Dynasty would premiere in Phase 4 or if a different project will potentially be directed to Phase 5.
Secret Wars was also been rumored as the subtitle of the MCU’s next Avengers movie, and the title was trademarked previously by SDCC, which could be the main indication that Marvel is going with that popular title. This also implies that heroes who played important roles in the comic book storyline, such as Doctor Doom and the Fantastic Four, might appear in the MCU shortly.