Marvel Studios is making significant changes as it plans to focus on its most profitable franchises. The Disney CEO, Bob Iger, discussed the new direction of the House of Ideas in a recent interview, shedding light on upcoming releases and the projects slated for 2025.
Interestingly, Iger only mentioned two Marvel Studios movies set for release next year, namely Captain America: Brave New World and Fantastic Four, despite initial plans for four releases. This oversight raised eyebrows, especially since it excluded the highly anticipated releases of Thunderbolts and Blade. These two films have faced various challenges, and 2025 was seen as the definitive year for their release.
However, it’s essential to approach this information with caution, as it’s possible that Iger simply overlooked the inclusion of Thunderbolts and Blade in Disney’s 2025 film lineup. The complexity of managing numerous projects can lead to confusion and errors, which may later be clarified. Ultimately, the fate of these highly anticipated films remains uncertain, and only time will tell.
Stay tuned for updates on the future of Thunderbolts and Blade, as Marvel Studios continues to navigate through this period of transition.