Avengers: Endgame Producer Teases MCU’s Diverse Future

The wave of Avengers: Endgame is meant to wash off all the doubts and confusions about the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe but the footprints of these questions keep coming back on the shores of MCU’s ocean. In the hype of this upcoming film, we couldn’t gather much attention to the future of this franchise. We all know that after the release of Endgame, Phase 3 of the MCU will end officially, opening curtains to Phase 4, sadly, about which we do not know enough about. But a certain something regarding this has been teased by the Endgame producer, Trinh Tran.

Avengers: Endgame Producer

It seems like the team is taking every precaution available to not spill out secrets before Endgame be it, the makers, stars, and anybody associated with the biggest movie of this franchise. But Tran, keeping everything wrapped and without giving us spoilers, has revealed about a diverse future of the MCU in an interview with Screen Rant. She was quoted as saying,

Avengers: Endgame Producer

“I think after you watch Avengers: Endgame, you’ll know a sort of. You’ll get a sense of where that ends in a way, and what opportunities we have down the line. All I can say is we have a ton of characters we haven’t explored, and I’d love to do them all. Especially given that with Captain Marvel’s success and the diversity that she brings with the female representation, and with Black Panther and that diversity, it would be great to get more of that out there. Because we have a lot of diverse characters in Marvel.”

Avengers: Endgame Producer

No wonder we aren’t going to get any solid and clear comments about the future of MCU now because Marvel has to manage a lot of things, after the completion of Disney-Fox merger deal. Meanwhile, all the focus is on Avengers: Endgame, which is going to release on April 26th.

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