A rumor recently did the rounds which claimed that Marvel Studios would once again be sitting out San Diego Comic-Con, but fans will be very pleased to hear that the report has now been debunked by Kevin Feige himself!
The studio chief made the announcement during the worldwide virtual press conference for Thor: Love and Thunder, teasing some major reveals for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"Yeah, we'll be at Comic-Con next month, which we're excited about," said Feige when asked if we can expect some big news over the next few months. "The first time since we were on stage there [since] three years ago talking about this movie and many others. And now, I think almost everything we discussed three years ago has now been released. So yes, we're excited to go and talk about the future."
"We always look at five, ten years ahead," he continued. "And [there's always] changes and twists and turns, but that's usually as far out as we go, and then start to build it."
SDCC will most likely be where we find out about the "next saga" Feige has been teasing, but when it comes to the projects that will be showcased during the Hall H panel itself, it sounds like we may only have one trailer to look forward to.
Even so, this is great news for those who may have been on the fence about attending Comic-Con this year. Because of the pandemic, Marvel Studios hasn't had a significant presence at the convention since 2019 when the MCU's Phase 4 slate was unveiled. The studio has still found ways to announce any significant development via virtual events such as 2020's Disney Investor Day and 2021's Disney+ Day, but it hasn't been the same!
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