Disney CEO Bob Iger hints at huge changes coming to Marvel Studios, which could potentially see upcoming projects dropped from the release schedule.
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- Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that Marvel Studios will be slowing down output and focusing on heavy-hitters and popular franchises.
- Only Captain America: Brave New World and Fantastic Four were mentioned as Marvel Studios’ 2025 releases, hinting at their importance to the future of the MCU.
- Thunderbolts and Blade are also expected to release in 2025, though Iger’s comments may now throw doubt on their upcoming premieres.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has revealed huge changes coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which could impact the shape of the franchise’s upcoming release schedule.
Speaking at Disney’s latest earnings call, The Walt Disney Company’s CEO Bob Iger revealed that Marvel Studios would be slowing down output and putting more focus on the MCU’s heavy-hitters and popular franchises. Interestingly, Iger only mentioned Captain America: Brave New World and Fantastic Four as Marvel Studios’ 2025 releases (via X), while Thunderbolts and Blade are also expected to release in 2025. This perhaps hints at the Captain America and Fantastic Four franchises being viewed as key properties for the MCU’s future, while other characters and stories are suggested to be less important to the development of the franchise.