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In November 2013, Feige said that "in an ideal world" releases each year would include one film based on an existing character and one featuring a new character, saying it's "a nice rhythm" in that format.While not always the case, as evident by the 2013 releases of Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World, he said it is "certainly something to aim for." Feige expanded on this in July 2014, saying, "I don't know that we'll keep to [that model] every year", but we're doing that in 20, "so I think it would be fun to continue that sort of thing." In February 2014, Feige stated that Marvel Studios wants to mimic the "rhythm" that the comic books have developed, by having the characters appear in their own films, and then come together, much like "a big event or crossover series," Feige stated, "I think if you look at some of those dates that we've announced, we're going to three in a few of those years.The first film released in the MCU was Iron Man (2008), which began the first phase of films culminating in the crossover film Marvel's The Avengers (2012). Marvel Television has also produced the digital series Marvel's Agents of S. everyone was on board for it and thinks that it's fun.Phase Two began with Iron Man 3 (2013), and concluded with Ant-Man (2015). Primarily because we've always remained consistent saying that the movie that we are making comes first.
We'd rather find a way to keep that going." Feige said, "The studio's firing on all cylinders right now ... to increase to three films a year [in 20] instead of just two, without changing our methods." On expanding the characters in the universe and letting individual films breathe and work on their own, as opposed to having Avenger team-ups outside of Avengers films, Feige stated, it's about "teaching the general movie-going audience about the notion of the characters existing separately, coming together for specific events and going away and existing separately in their own worlds again.Everything before Avengers 4 and everything after." On the potential for "superhero fatigue", Feige stated, "This year , we've got Civil War and we've got Doctor Strange in November, two completely different movies. as long as the only shared thing is they come from the same source material and they've got our Marvel logo in front of the movies. What other studios do, what other properties, nothing we can do about it." The acquisition would see the return of the film rights to Deadpool, and the X-Men and Fantastic Four characters to Marvel Studios, which would "create richer, more complex worlds of inter-related characters and stories." In July 2018, Feige noted discussions had begun with Disney regarding any potential involvement Marvel Studios could have with Disney's streaming service, since Feige felt the service was "an important thing for the company".To me, and to all of Marvel Studios, that's what keeps it going. In September 2008, after the international success of Iron Man, Paramount signed a deal to have worldwide distribution rights for Iron Man 2, Iron Man 3, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, and Marvel's The Avengers.Just like comic readers have been doing for decades and decades ...people sort of are accepting that there's just a time when they should be together and there's a time when they're not." In April 2014, Feige revealed that Edgar Wright's pitch for Ant-Man in 2006 helped shape the early films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, saying, "We changed, frankly, some of the MCU to accommodate this version of Ant-Man.