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Here's What Kevin Feige Has To Say About The Future Of The Avengers In The MCU

The closing of the Infinity Saga was a bittersweet moment for MCU fans. We effectively said goodbye to Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man and Chris Evans as Captain America after the events of "Avengers: Endgame" and fans were left to wonder what's next. We were treated to four great "Avengers" films, and despite many solo character films, the team was always at the forefront. The Avengers, as we know them, are done, and we'll never see the six heroes together on the big screen again, but there are still plenty of super people out there to perhaps fill their shoes.

The question of if a new group of Avengers will form remains on the minds of many MCU fans. If there isn't another Avengers team, it's more than likely we'll see a second superhero group form under a different name. There are plenty of heroes to pull a team from these days, including the new Captain America (Anthony Mackie,) Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), and Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), to name a few. Are the Avengers really done? Will a different team form? Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has commented on those very questions, and we're finally getting a little bit of clarity.

Kevin Feige says our questions about the Avengers will be answered

When catching up with CinemaBlend recently, Kevin Feige noted that fans would get some sort of answer on where the Avengers stand in upcoming films. The outlet asked Feige about the status of the group we've all come to love, and he had quite a bit to say. "That is a great question. And I think you will see that question addressed, and people struggling with that very question, within the MCU right now," Feige said.

Feige had some questions of his own for us to ponder as well. "But what does it mean to be an Avenger? And is there a core team? And who's leading it, and who's financing it?" he asked. "That is very much an undercurrent that will, while not at the forefront of many of the current movies, is certainly a question that is lingering in the background." The studio head didn't mention when we might get an answer to our Avengers questions, and it seems like it might be a while before we get them. We know the status of the Avengers is brought up in the Eternals, as we saw Sprite (Lia McHugh) question their status in the first trailer. Hopefully, we'll get a touch more insight when that film debuts this November.