Saturday, 10 June 2017

Black Panther EP Says Marvel Is “Looking For The Next Best Story” For Phase 4

If anything, two of the things Marvel Studios have long excelled at have been plotting out their film slate far in advance and introducing a wide array of characters to moviegoers, effectively making their pantheon of superheroes household names – even those who were previously B-listers. Granted, everyone knows the names of Captain America and the Hulk, but the average man on the street probably would’ve thought you were referring to a certain Black Sabbath song if you said the words “Iron Man” before 2008.
Since then, the likes of Guardians of the Galaxy and Doctor Strange have proven to be surprise hits, with Black Panther starting to build a considerable amount of hype now as well ahead of its release next year. While we wait for the film’s first teaser trailer heralding T’Challa’s solo debut on the silver screen to arrive, we now have a few nuggets from executive producer Nate Moore to pass along.
While speaking with Complex, he had this to say when asked about the possibility of seeing more diverse Marvel properties on film in the future:
“Yes. So we’re finishing up what we call Phase 3, which will sort of end with the fourth Avengers film in 2019. And then I think for us, we continue that conversation of, what’s next? Who will be the new heroes who can tell great new stories and bring us to new worlds that we haven’t even had a chance to visit yet, while still expanding on the slate of heroes we have and finding the next step for characters people have come to love? We’re looking for the next best story. And then we let the story tell us what we should be making as part of that one united narrative in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.”
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