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Marvel Studios New Logo Phase 4 Marvel Has A Pretty Good Idea of What Their 2020 21 Films Are Two years ago Marvel Studios president of production Kevin Fiege hinted that he had planned out the main beats of the Marvel Cinematic Universe all the way up to and including 2028. The specifics may not be known, and as we’ve seen over the last year, things can change quickly and drastically, but the bigger picture is in place. Mostly.

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