Hello, fellow Marvel Cinematic Universe fan here - bringing you another article on possible life after this next movie. If you're like me, and have seen all movies up to date, then you are probably wondering what the heck is going to happen after End Game?


1. The New Avengers

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In The Avengers: Age of Ultron, we were to a few new faces; Wanda Maximoff (Scarlett Witch), Sam Wilson (Falcon), and Vision. I would not consider Rhodey to be "new" since he has been with us (kicking some serious ass) since Iron Man.

Since then we have seen several new faces that could very well be sticking around with us for a while - Black Panther, Spiderman, and Captain Marvel just to name a few. While it is still unclear what OG Avengers are going to be around after End Game, or if they will be around at all, it will be interesting having a new set of Avengers. Either way, it will still be a pretty badass team.


2. Stand-Alone Films

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Going back to the 'newer' characters of MCU, we have Spiderman, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, etc. While those three are not the only new ones, they are the ones who already have stand-alone movies, with sequels in the talks or coming out very soon (i.e Spiderman: Far From Home).

The big question though is, what about our heroes who have been with us since the beginning? If those contracts are not up, will they be getting stand-alone movies? It has already been confirmed that Black Widow will be having a movie, with an unfortunate PG-13 rating, but what about the others? Personally, I would really enjoy a remade Hulk movie with Mark Ruffalo.


3. Disney+ Shows

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Tom Hiddleston, himself, even confirmed the Loki T.V. show coming to us on Disney+, a new network through Disney much like Netflix, featuring more, and new, content for Marvel fans. There have been talks of having a Scarlett Witch and Vision spin-off series as well, which I can only hope is true, so it seems like those who don't have contracts ending soon might still be with us for a little while longer...one can only hope though.

Personally, I have never seen any of the Marvel shows, so I can only hope that Disney+ picks them back up, because too many friends have been broken-hearted because of it.


4. X-Men

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Just recently, Disney bought Fox Studios, home of X-Men and Deadpool for the longest of times, so now we can only wonder - what comes next? Since Hugh Jackman has already signed off as continuing to play the Wolverine and Thanos already snapped half of the population to death, how are they all going to fit in? My bet is that the newer X-Men will join whoever sticks around as the Avengers for future projects. With Deadpool, however, will Disney continue with R ratings or drop down to a PG-13 rating?


Bottom line is, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is getting big quickly and it doesn't seem like they are going away anytime soon. There are many projects in the works and while we may no longer see familiar faces, the future for Marvel fans does look promising.