Avengers: Endgame Producer Says Marvel Won't Sacrifice Quality Upon Studio Expansion

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The year 2021 will be big for the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a lot of projects slated for release. From films to multiple series launching on Disney+, Marvel has a lot on their plate right now and the studio is growing more and more as they go. But how will Marvel handle all these on-going developments?

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In a recent interview with Cinema Blend, Avengers: Endgame producer Trinh Tran weighs in on the future of MCU. Amidst the structural expansion, she admits that they're still figuring things out. However, she assures the fans that they will deliver "the same type of movies" they gave in the past. Tranh pointed out that they ought to do this to give the best of their ability, to create something interesting, new, and refreshing.

For now, they are still in discussions on how they exactly plan to pull this off to be able to achieve their goal for the upcoming projects. Regardless, fans wouldn't need to worry though, since the studio will be making unique and different projects as their priority.

As of now, we are aware that four movies will be released in the near future. Disney+ will also be releasing shows including WandaVision,Loki,Hawkeye, and What If…?. Aside from the aforementioned projects, Kevin Feige will also be producing a new Star Wars movie, as well as a Spider-Man sequel.

Compared to the year 2021, Marvel won't be releasing as much in 2020. Two movies are expected to be released, and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will be the only series that'll make its debut in Disney+.

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Nevertheless, it's nice to know that Marvel still prioritizes quality over quantity. Amidst the many projects to be launching, it's reassuring, because we're aware that Marvel doesn't actually rush into making things in order to deliver something on time. For sure, fans would deeply appreciate whatever Marvel has in store in the future.

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