‘We have to keep going…I can’t sit down’: Marvel Studios VP Nate Moore confirms Marvel will keep making movies and shows until the end of time

Nate Moore has become incredibly useful as a spokesperson for Marvel Studios as Kevin Feige retires from the spotlight. The latter may well be tinkering with his ingenious creations in the studio workshop as MCU Phase Five and Six with their massive slate of unprecedented films now gear up to hit theaters in the new year.

But, in the meantime, Nate Moore has been building up general anticipation around Marvel projects to come and work on rebuilding the studio’s credibility as a franchise that’s still poised to succeed after Phase Four.

Nate Moore with Kevin Feige
Nate Moore with Kevin Feige

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Nate Moore Talks Marvel Studios’ Incredible Lineup

During an appearance in an episode of The city podcast, Nate Moore divulges the future he has in store for the Marvel franchise and its upcoming story saga. But while fans await the promised slate of multiversal mayhem and Kang the Conqueror’s doomsday reign, there doesn’t seem to be any potential lineup beyond Phase Six. When asked if Marvel is heading towards a possible end, Nate Moore says:

I mean, I think it can last a long time. I think we have to continue to… We can’t rest on our laurels. We may not think we have the answers. We have to keep pushing the boundaries when it comes to genre and what we’re willing to explore. But to me, Marvel movies are just movies. Our source material is just… That would be like saying, “Hey, are the movies about the books going to last forever?” Most likely.”

Nate Moore
Nate Moore

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Also important to consider is Marvel Studios hosting the X-Men & Co. at the end of Phase Five, for the first time since its genesis in 2008. The Fantastic Four team will also be making a foray into the mainstream universe in Phase Six. Come this late, the MCU is unlikely to close shop, leaving F4 and the X-Men with barely enough screen time. If there’s a future beyond the Phase Six multiverse saga, it’s highly likely that the franchise will focus on building on the work of these final superhero groups.

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The Ouroboros Effect of the Neverending Marvel Franchise

While considering the mortality of one of the greatest film franchises in movie history, Marvel Studios VP of Production and Development Nate Moore seems rather optimistic about the future. On the other hand, it’s podcast host Matthew Belloni’s job to wonder if the CBM franchise can survive so many great genres that have come and gone from Hollywood, despite incredulous success – mostly, in Belloni’s words, genres like westerns and musicals. . Moore goes on to point out –

“But, they came…it’s cyclical, isn’t it?” Things are coming back. I think we can go there for a while. We have a lot of good stuff in the pipeline and stuff that we honestly can’t find room for. One of the great things about Disney+ was, we have to tell stories that we were like, ‘I don’t know if we’re going to be able to tell this story.’ And now we’re like, ‘Oh, do we have another outlet?’ Because we don’t want to make ten films a year. It’s gonna be bad.

Moon Knight, for example. We’ve been talking about Moon Knight for a long time and he just couldn’t make it on the slate because there’s too much going on. But all of a sudden, we have a secondary outlet where we could tell six hours of a cool Moon Knight story that wouldn’t exist otherwise. And I think there are many other properties that we haven’t had the opportunity to say. So I think it can last a while, forever is a long time. We certainly don’t feel like we’re done.

Marvel's fate in question beyond its Phase Six lineup
Marvel’s fate in question beyond its Phase Six lineup

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Moore’s optimism for his candor challenges even the Aristotelian philosophy that every story has a beginning, middle, and end, without which a narrative would remain incomplete. And MCU, in its epic storytelling, inhabits all the components of a proper narrative by dividing itself – Phase 1 as the beginning. Phase 2 is the middle, and Phase 3 in its climactic Infinity Saga brings the narrative to a cathartic end. Now, after a brief respite, Marvel is doing it again.

MCU’s latest phase four project, Guardians of the Galaxy: Holiday Special will launch on Disney+ on November 25, 2022. Phase five will then begin with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania premiering on February 17, 2023.

Source: The City

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