Marvel Studios will be making the Marvel Cinematic Universe bigger in a gargantuan way over the next several years. Along with the theatrical releases that we’ve grown accustomed to, Disney will also be financing big-budgeted television series’ on the Disney+ direct-to-consumer streaming service.
But if you were worried that the likes of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and Loki showing up on the small screen will shrink the amount of adventures on the big screen you need not worry, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“(Marvel Studios Executive Producer) Kevin Feige is working away. He will be making three or four a year,” Walt Disney Studios co-chairman Alan Horn recently told the trade. “And they are very different from one another, so we’ll see.” That is obviously referring to the two titles being released in 2020, Black Widow and Eternals.
It’s great news that we’re going to continue to see at a number of Marvel Studios films a year going forward, and when you consider the amount of TV shows that will be available to stream on a weekly basis (Each series consisting of at least 6 episodes), it’s beginning to looks like eventually we’ll be visiting the MCU on a monthly basis at some point in the near future.