Marvel is set to end a culmination of ten years of films with Avengers: Endgame next month, and though we have films confirmed for the future, Kevin Feige has revealed an official title for MCU phases 1 to 3.
Talking to Empire, it's revealed that Feige has dubbed the first 22 movies of the MCU as The Infinity Saga. I think it's only fitting, seeing that the threat of Thanos had pretty much been established ever since the first Avengers film.
Feige also tells Empire:
"We wanted to bring to a conclusion a series of movies in a way that had never been done before… Harry Potter had an ending because there were only so many books. Lord of the Rings too. But we thought, 22 movies in, wouldn't it be fun to bring some finality to the storyline?"
While we do know that there will be movies coming out for the MCU after Endgame, we kind of have no idea what to expect. After all, Infinity War was a big deal in the comics, I wonder if Marvel could find something else to draw from moving forward that will have the same impact?
Personally, I would prefer if they tried to come up with their own original event that's purely made for the movies. Then again, with the X-Men and Fantastic Four coming to the MCU, maybe they can make a House of M film or make Galactus the next big bad after Thanos. What if they made a Civil War II and made it have the same stakes as the original comic. No offense to the Russo Brothers, but the movie barely does the comic justice.
The Infinity Saga ends with Avengers: Endgame which comes out April 26.