Marvel Fans Start 'Marvel is Over' Campaign on Twitter

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August 28, 2020  02:57 PM


The Marvel Cinematic Universe might be Hollywood’s powerhouse comic book movie franchise, however, it seems disgruntled fans have begun campaigning the “Marvel Is Over Party” online.

According to a report by Cosmic Book News, there’s a brand new “Marvel Is Over Party” hashtag, and it looks like it’s started trending on Twitter with nearly ten thousand posts complaining about Marvel Studios and it’s silence the past few months.

One of the top tweets under the “Marvel Is Over Party” hashtag tells Marvel Studios to “drop a trailer or something,” a sharp request from a disgruntled Marvel fan.



The hashtag is an expression of Marvel fan’s frustration over the studio’s silence on its plans for Phase 4 and 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It seems like fans’ frustrations doubled over when Warner Brothers held its epic DC FanDome virtual convention last weekend.

Warner Brothers went all out during DC Fandome, delivering new announcements and rolling out brand new trailers and teasers for Wonder Woman 1984, The Batman, Suicide Squad, and Black Adam.

Of course, we wouldn’t blame Marvel fans for complaining over on social media – not after seeing how Warner Brothers has showered DC fans with great new previews for upcoming DC film projects.

Marvel has been rather silent the past few months - fans have been shrivelling dry waiting for new announcements and new trailers for upcoming movies like Eternals and shows like Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

Let’s wait and see whether Marvel listens to the people’s demands.

Phase 4 of the MCU begins when Black Widow premieres on November 6, 2020.

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