President of Marvel Studios Says That ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Is The Final Avengers Movie

It’s been almost three years since Avengers: Endgame was released in theaters. The biggest Marvel and superhero project to date was released in April 2019 and it grossed almost $2.8 billion, which made it the highest-grossing movie of all time until it was overthrown by Avatar again after James Cameron’s movie was re-released in China in the summer of 2020.

Still, Endgame remained one of the most known movies of the last decade. The movie that closed the Infinity Saga of Marvel Cinematic Universe, and was also a send-off for Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man and Chris Evans’ Captain America.

In July 2019, soon after Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home (the last two movies of MCU’s Phase 3) were released, the president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige officially announced MCU’s Phase 4, which is currently in motion. Back then, Feige revealed that the Avengers team will be reassembled in some future MCU movie, but this new team will be something totally different from what we used to see in the MCU so far.

It always seemed obvious that Avengers 5 will eventually happen, and many fans already have theories on who will be the most important members of this new team. But now, in the newest Marvel Studios Assembled, centered on Eternals, Feige called Endgame “the final Avengers movie.”

“Marvel Studios and the Marvel Cinematic Universe is now past their tenth anniversary and with the release of the final Avengers movie, we’ve finally completed a 22-movie Infinity Saga.” — Kevin Feige

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Does this mean that Avengers 5 won’t happen? Well, not necessarily. It could be that Feige meant that Endgame is the final Avengers movie so far, but still, Avengers 5 was never officially announced, so we can’t be sure if Marvel Studios really has plans for it. You can’t cancel something you haven’t announced yet, right? Feige revealed that Avengers will reassemble again in the future, but he never said it will in the Avengers 5.

After the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Feige announced that Spider-Man will be a part of the next big crossover movie. So, now we can’t be sure if that’s going to be Avengers 5 (if it ever happens) or some other big movie. Marvel is definitely cooking something behind their walls, but what is it, we have no idea. Marvel has a dozen projects officially announced for the next two years, so the only thing we can do now is to sit and wait for more information. It’s certain that there will be some new Endgame-type crossover event, but when will that happen, and will it even have the word ‘Avengers’ in its title, remains to be seen.