Kevin Feige Won’t Confirm When Marvel’s Phase 4 Ends

The structure of the Marvel Cinematic Universe can seem chaotic when you look at it too closely, as there is no real pattern in the releases of original films and sequels, but there is a macro order to it all. The franchise on the whole has progressed in what have been called “Phases,” with Phase One, for example, consisting of all of the movies from Jon Favreau’s Iron Man to Joss Whedon’s The Avengers. It’s not something that has generally meant too much from movie to movie, but it has been exceptionally useful for fans charting the development of big picture plans.

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