The conclusion of the Infinity Saga saw us bid farewell to a number of beloved characters and actors, but the Multiverse Saga has shifted the franchise's focus to introducing legacy heroes who can keep the mantles, and the MCU, going.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has previously said Marvel Studios won't recast roles by taking a James Bond-style approach to its characters. That's why we're now seeing the likes of Sam Wilson, Ironheart, and She-Hulk take centre stage (which is no bad thing).
The Multiverse concept means we'll soon see even more alternate versions of our favourite heroes and villains, albeit from different timelines and realities. All of this will culminate with Avengers: Secret Wars, a movie we recently learned will potentially usher in a new era of storytelling by rebooting the MCU.
It's an intriguing prospect and one which could mean we see a new Steve Rogers and Tony Stark on screen.
While the X-Men and Fantastic Four will soon take centre stage, it would be a crime for them to only exist on-screen years after it's possible for the two teams to share it with the original Captain America and Iron Man, for example.
With that in mind, a fresh start makes sense and would allow Marvel Studios to keep many of those legacy characters while also bringing back the bigger-name superheroes they know can sell tickets.
Nothing is confirmed yet, of course, but we'd like you, ComicBookMovie.com's readers, to weigh in and let us know whether you believe a reboot after Avengers: Secret Wars is what's best for the MCU once the Multiverse Saga concludes.
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