Kevin Feige reveals Marvel could make four films per year

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Doctor Strange uttered the phrase "End Game" when addressing Iron Man after he gave the Time Stone to Thanos. The theory gained more weight as a photo reportedly showing Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige making his CineEurope presentation with the title "Avengers: Fallen Heroes" in the background. [Doctor] Strange, you know, whenever we do another Strange one, which we will do, it will be a number of years from the first Strange, and yet he's a very big part of [Avengers:] Infinity War.

It's going to be quite some time before any of this gets officially confirmed though, with Feige revealing to Collider last week that we will only get details "after the Captain Marvel teaser probably".

As I said, I'm firmly convinced that Doctor Strange 2 will take place after the events in Avengers 4, and that's because Marvel has a master plan for everything.

Low and behold, they did indeed end up killing off many beloved characters.

Directed by Scott Derrickson, Doctor Strange featured actor Benedict Cumberbatch, essaying the role of a flawed neurosurgeon named Stephen Strange who later becomes an eponymous superhero.

CBR theorized that Bruce Banner and his monstrous persona will end up joining S.H.I.E.L.D. during the events of "Avengers 4" as both personas will act as one, resulting in a new version of the Incredible Hulk.

The first Doctor Strange movie was released in back in 2016 and proved one of the mega-hit for the MCU.

It is definetly a good news for Marvel fans.

And yes, many of them will be back because... well... they have movies scheduled for release. There's four years between, right? Keeping in mind how our friendly Spiderman Tom-Holland leaked the name of his upcoming mega film 'Spider-Man Far From Home' we pretty much confirm that there are upcoming parts for others too. "Sometimes, it can be more", he said.

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