Marvel Studios Producer Wants The Franchise To Go On Forever?

Marvel Studios producer Nat Moore believes the franchise will go on forever.

By James Brizuela | Published

Nate Moore has been a long-time producer for Marvel Studios, and he recently stated that he believes that the Marvel franchise could go on forever. According to Moore, “I mean, I think it can go for a long time […] It’d be like saying, ‘Hey, are movies about books gonna go on forever?’ Probably.”

You would be hard-pressed to find anyone that believes the MCU is going to stop anytime soon, especially with how much money Marvel Studios and Disney are making together when every movie is released. We are not entirely sure how well the shows do on Disney+, but nearly every Marvel movie skyrockets past the $500 million mark in worldwide box office numbers. Take Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, for instance, the movie has been out since November 11th and has brought in $407 million.

Marvel Studios is a proverbial cash cow and one that will likely not end for the foreseeable future. We all know that the MCU is currently building out its Phase 5 and 6 plans, stretching releases out for the next few years up until 2025. The issue, or rather, the great thing is that there are thousands of comics to pull from, so there could be no end in sight to the shows and movies made revolving around one of the oldest comic companies in the world.

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Marvel Studios movies and shows are also quite exciting, which is why people flock to see them in theaters and on streaming services every chance they get. While the earlier movies left a lot to be desired, Iron Man cemented itself as what could be in the world of the MCU. That was the catalyst that allowed Marvel Studios to see the magic they were eventually going to make.

While The Crow, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Batman (1989) laid the groundwork for what would be a budding enterprise, producers and creators likely saw how special it could be to adapt many comics into full-fledged features. Marvel Studios joined the party a bit later than that, but once movies like Blade were released, that certainly got the ball rolling on what could be. It has taken some time for the MCU to grow as it has, but now Marvel Studios has the right recipe to turn any manner of comic properties into something that will bring droves of fans in.

We would imagine that after Avengers: Secret Wars is released, the MCU is going to go through a bit of a facelift, but that could just mean more obscure stories are going to be found. There are plenty of superhero teams to highlight as well, so once the Avengers have truly disbanded, the MCU can start to bring in the many other underused teams. Marvel Studios will have plenty of stories to choose from to keep its success from truly dwindling to the point of not making a profit.

There are far too many characters to explore for Marvel Studios to ever truly die, though we would imagine that superhero fatigue could happen at some point in the future. While the superhero genre could eventually take a dip in profits, it will remain successful, especially under the direction of Kevin Feige.