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Will there be a crossover of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and slashers?

by Ratan Srivastava
Marvel Cinematic Universe

Instead of Avengers 5, a separate crossover event might have been in the works for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Even if Avengers 5 is now in the works, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has stated that more space must pass between it and battle to defeat Thanos in Avengers: Endgame. Nonetheless, it appears like Marvel will offer another huge crossover event in the near future, probably in the early stages of Phase 5.

As a result, a future tentpole crossover event will be an excellent opportunity to broaden the Marvel portfolio. When it comes to when one may happen, May 2024 is a fair bet. Movies previously confirmed to be in production, including such Fantastic Four, Blade, Captain America 4, as well as Deadpool 3, are expected to occupy the available release dates leading up to then. Following their release, Marvel may decide to make a crossover film their annual summer blockbuster in 2024. Considering this timeline, here are a few possibilities for such MCU to consider.

While Avengers 5 may be postponed, Marvel’s next major event might still feature a team of Avengers. The Dark Avengers, a group which Marvel appears to have been laying the framework for it in the MCU, are one group from the comics which has the potential to headline its very own film.

Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) hired U.S. Agent (Wyatt Russell) for a secret reason in The Falcon as well as the Winter Soldier, which was the first step towards such a possibility. In Black Widow, a second-team member was picked up after paying a visit to Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) inside a post-credits sequence. With characters such Swordsman and Abomination joining the Dark Avengers roster as Phase 4 progresses, the Dark Avengers roster might grow even more.

This might lead to a Dark Avengers TV show, or Marvel might be planning something greater. Val’s anti-hero gang might be making its way to the final screen.

Marvel has always had the correct recipe for their traditional Defenders team inside the MCU, which consists of Hulk, Doctor Strange, as well as Namor the Sub-Mariner, thanks to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Also Read: All that you must know about the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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