Who feared that Marvel just going to keep after ‘Endgame’, can easily breathing. Producer The Walt Disney Company would be a fool to their largest flagship completely from the card to swipe. What many viewers don't know is that the film production of Marvel Entertainment in phases expires. ‘Endgame’ was just the end of the so-called ‘phase 3', is not the end of the whole franchise.
The first phase included all the films between ‘Iron Man’ (2008) and ‘The Avengers’ (2012), the second phase went on all prints between ‘Iron Man 3' (2013) and "Ant-Man" (2015). Phase 3 began in ‘Captain America: Civil War’ (2016) and coming this month to an end in the cinema, with ‘Endgame’. Each phase includes one large overarching storyline, which expires at the end of that phase. The end in this case: the decisive battle against supervillain Thanos. Different actors, such as Chris Evans, Captain America plays, and Gwyneth Paltrow, who played Pepper Potts, played, have already let know that they are after a stage 3 will no longer return to the Marvel franchise.
so, We will definitely say goodbye to certain characters, but we do get a new story. Because what comes logically after phase 3? Yes, exactly, phase 4. And that is promising.What with the Avengers?