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Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige revealed how far out in the future Marvel has planned for its upcoming slate of Marvel Cinematic Universe TV shows and movie properties.

"To varying degrees of specificity, its always about 5 to 6 years out versus what weve announced," Fiege told Collider while speaking at a press day for WandaVision . "So whatever that takes us to."

The MCU makes up a stunning amount of interwoven stories through its movie properties. With the introduction of WandaVision on Disney+ and other future planned shows like Hawkeye , and She-Hulk that will exist within the same cinematic universe, it stands to reason that planning would have to take some time. For example,Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame were both being planned in 2014 whenGuardians of the Galaxy was first released.
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