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Marvel Studios Producer Confirms 31 MCU Projects Are In Development

The Marvel Studios producer, Victoria Alonso recently revealed that there are currently 31 MCU projects in the works. With the beginning of MCU Phase 4, the studio is exploring new possibilities and realities outside the world of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow, Hulk, and Spider-Man. 

The Marvel Studios executive was at “El Caecito” discussing the current status of the studio when the topic soon moved to the upcoming slate of projects. As the interviewer thought 35 projects were on the queue, Alonso corrected him with 31. 

She said, “We are currently working on 31 projects, don’t add 4 more, please,”, via 221 Radio

Victoria further continued on how the studio plans to manage these multiple ideas.

“It is a question about how are we handling multiple plates in the air at the same time, and the biggest thing is that sometimes the plates fall, and, you know, what are you going to do then? We want people to understand that the idea that we have, to tell these connected stories, it is important that the world knows that the characters we create, their stories have to do with how humans interact with each other.”

So, yes! Marvel Studios has already envisioned a whopping number of 31 projects for the coming decade. Thirty-one may seem like a lot, but you never know what Marvel could be planning with Disney +. With so many new characters and streams of movies and series joining the band, we can’t say what else is behind the curtains.

How Far Are We?

Currently, Marvel is equipped with approximately 27 upcoming projects, with Eternals, Hawkeye, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Ms Marvel, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, And-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Ironheart, Loki Season 2, Deadpool (?) and many many more. Some of them are still awaiting their release dates.

31 doesn’t seem that far after looking at these anticipated projects. So, what could the remaining ones be about?

Written by Ipshita Barua