The still leaves seven Untitled Projects on Marvelís cinematic slate, and the studio is in no rush to fill them. There was no mention of Doctor Strange dates or casting tonight. No confirmation on a third Avengers movie. Just more Guardians of the Galaxy news.
Marvel did not confirm on the story. Guardians of the Galaxy 2 has not officially been announced, and it was believed that the studio was waiting to see how the initial film did at the box office before revealing a sequel.
So, aside from some obvious guesses, those seven slots could be filled with several different Marvel properties. Which are they? Will we see The Punisher again? Could The Inhumans make their presence felt? And what's Thor up to?
One of the big questions that has been hanging around the Marvel Cinematic Universe since its first year of existence has been, "What do we do with Hulk?" The Incredible Hulk was viewed as an under-performer compared to other heroes in the Marvel stable, and while the character was certainly a standout in Joss Whedon's The Avengers, there was no substantial role for him found in Phase Two.
When it comes to the goings-on at Marvel Studios, nobody knows more than President Kevin Feige. One of the original architects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, heís the one pulling the strings of just about every move the company makes. His authority makes it so that when he speaks, geeks listen Ė and this week he spoke A LOT.
It will prove to be the final comic book movie of summer 2014, but donít think for a second that weíve forgotten about James Gunnís Guardians of the Galaxy. The film ranks extremely high on our most anticipated list, and today we not only have a closer look at the sci-fi adventure itself, but also into its future.
How many Marvel movies do you want? How about all the Marvel movies? Right now, the studio is stepping up to the plate and blasting them out like Barry Bonds with a handful of flax seed oil coupons. And who could blame Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige for getting a little bold and presumptuous?
JoBlo claims that one of those release dates is going to be filled by an immediate sequel, maybe the least expected sequel of all of them: according to their sources, May 6th, 2016 will bring audiences Guardians of The Galaxy 2.