Cancelled MCU projects

>Eternals 2 (film)
>Captain Marvel 3 (film)
>Strange Academy (series)
>Starfox (series)
>Photon (series)
>Nomad (series)
>Midnight Angels (series)
>The Ten Rings (series)
>The Ravagers (series)
>Agents of A.T.L.A.S. (series)
>Black Knight: Origins (series)
>Red Guardian: Generations (series)
>Hercules: Rise of the Gods (series)
>Runaways: A New Era (series)
>Man-Thing (special presentation)
>Ghost Rider (special presentation)
>Silver Surfer (special presentation)
>Mephisto (special presentation
>Celestials: End of Time (film)

Wiccan, Vision Quest and Armor Wars are liable to join them.

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Good, I hope MCU is canceled for good.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm honestly a bit let down, all i have left is watching them fail.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I would have watched none of these anyway. Still hoping they'll make something good again like the first Iron Man someday, but I doubt it.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    inhumans 2018

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    boy I hate to bust out such a cliche but
    nothing of value was lost
    I mean except perhaps ghost rider and silver surfer. those guys are both cool. but there's no point in doing the surfer BEFORE FF.
    I don't even know most of these other guys

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Runaways: A New Era (series)
    Aww genuinely sorry for the runaways. They always get the shaft.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      hey, you can say that "they always escape us"

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    all their original plans for 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023.

    None of them sticked to the original plan every project got at least from 2 or 3 date delayed.

    Blade was released in 2023
    I still remember the no more phases original plan in 2019-2020

    then they moved to the looooooooooooooong phase 4, they said no phase 5 until almos 8 or 10 years later

    then they failed and rushed phase 7, 8 and 9

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >phases
      That's just marketing speak for "we need to endlessly pump out as many IPs as possible".

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Because the MCU's method of movie making isn't designed to account for complications
      >COVID delays
      >Chadwick Boseman died which fricked up their entire plan for BP
      >They didn't expect people to be satisfied enough with endgame to use it as a dropping off
      >Sony basically speedran them into Spider Multiverse
      >Blade went into development hell

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >satisfied enough with endgame to use it as a dropping off
        Or, you know, the fact they got rid of some of the most popular characters in it.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Boseman died which fricked up their entire plan for BP
        All they had to do was recast him and nothing would've be fricked up.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Blade was released in 2023
      Wait, what?

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Haven't they already filmed Armor Wars?
    >Man-Thing (special presentation)
    >Ghost Rider (special presentation)
    >Silver Surfer (special presentation)
    >Mephisto (special presentation)
    If these were ever actually happening which I doubt cause leaks on here are rarely ever true then that's a real loss

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >leaks on here are rarely ever true
      If you're an R&Sgay, then every leak is true.

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The New Warriors. I think they even made a pilot.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Ant-Man 4 not on the list
    CAN'T STOP THE ANTS

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I doubt it was ever in the cards.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      next time say cant stamp the ants

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Eternals 2 (film)
    First film was garbage, no surprise... shame because I'm one of 3 Eternals comic fans on Earth.
    >Captain Marvel 3 (film)
    They should have canceled The Marvels, they knew they were dead in the water but pushed that turd out anyway.
    >Strange Academy (series)
    Odd in the sense that this could have been a slam dunk for YA audiences. A super hero Harry Potter? How could it lose... I wouldn't have watched but it could have been a cash cow.
    >Starfox (series)
    Calling B.S. on this ever even being under consideration. A hero whose power is using pheromones to sexually dominate those around him? Good luck.
    >Photon (series)
    Who?
    >Nomad (series)
    Redundant with Winter Soldier around... just like in the comics.
    >Midnight Angels (series)
    Who?
    >The Ten Rings (series)
    Nobody cares.
    >The Ravagers (series)
    Who?
    >Agents of A.T.L.A.S. (series)
    Would have been awesome if Disney hired competent people, so... in reality it would have been dull as dishwater.
    >Black Knight: Origin
    Even as a fan of the comic I don't want this.
    >Red Guardian: Generations (series)
    Who cares?
    >Hercules: Rise of the Gods (series)
    Who cares?
    >Runaways: A New Era (series)
    It would have been a mouthpiece for whatever cause the writing room was offended over. Nothing to do with the comics, no concern for the characters.
    >Man-Thing (special presentation)
    They can't do it justice.
    >Ghost Rider (special presentation)
    They've already butchered him twice.
    >Silver Surfer (special presentation)
    Before FF4? ...why?
    >Mephisto (special presentation)
    They wouldn't have the balls.
    >Celestials: End of Time (film)
    They wouldn't have the intelligence.

    >Wiccan
    Canceling the gays? What has Disney become?!?!?!
    >Vision Quest
    Out of everything mentioned... this one was bland enough that i bet they could do it competently
    >and Armor Wars
    Adapting AW after killing Tony? Frick off with that shit.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Eternals 2 (film)
      >First film was garbage, no surprise... shame because I'm one of 3 Eternals comic fans on Earth.
      Lies. Why would you want more of THAT, if you're a fan?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I meant it's a shame that Marvel couldn't even manage to make one decent Eternals film.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I get it. I'm a Black Panther fan, among others.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Calling B.S. on this ever even being under consideration. A hero whose power is using pheromones to sexually dominate those around him? Good luck.

      CAN'T LET YOU DO THAT, STARFOX!

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Man-Thing (special presentation)
    >Ghost Rider (special presentation)
    >Silver Surfer (special presentation)
    These are a bummer, Werewolf by night was sick, and Special presentations should be their go-to instead of these weak ass disney+ shows

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There were two Captain flat no breasts no charsima boring ugly fugly basic ass b***h films?

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Mephisto

    Holy shit, a theatrical OMD?
    I'd pay to see them kill Miles and Gwens marriage.

  15. 4 weeks ago
    Hitman Monaghan

    I’m only disappointed Ghost Rider. Loved those episodes of Agents of Shield.

    How I would love to see pic related into a mini series.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      he will probably be in midnight sons

      • 4 weeks ago
        Hitman Monaghan

        That’s cool.

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Honest question, who the frick thought it would be a good idea to set up like 7 different plot threads?
    >Celestials stuff
    >Thunderbolt stuff
    >Young Avengers stuff
    >New World Order/post Snap
    >Gods stuff
    >Multiverse
    >Kang
    Seems like every other film was left with a dangling thread whilst previously the older stuff, while forgetting some threads, was mostly just setting up an Avengers film.
    >Phase 1-3 2008 - 19 has a smaller screentime than phase 4 2021-22
    2-3 movies a year is a fine time commitment. No one cares about literally whos and Disney+ shows and no Avengers movies for years.

    If you actually like a character too you'll have to wait fricking 4 years for their sequel to come and even then it'll probably have a forced literal who introduction in it too (Riri, America Chavez)

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The fundamental issue was that they were scrambling for a direction after killing their two poster boys (Ironman/Captain America0 and every potential option they had got cut off.
      Make Captain Marvel the lead? Sorry, actors a charisma black hole.
      Make Black Panther the lead? Oops, the actor died!
      Make Spiderman the lead? Oops, he's too wrapped up in Ironman that we need two movies just to reset him to not being Ironboy anymore, but he's already been upstaged by an animated Spiderman.
      Make Scarlet Witch the lead? Oops, we thought everyone would hate Wanda after Wandavision like the Marvel writing staff did and we committed to hard to her being a villain?
      We still don't have the X-Men? We have the Eternals though! Sure we tried to get the Inhumans to fill the X-Men void last time and that flopped but it's sure to work this time!
      Guardians of the Galaxy? Woops we fired Gunn over some old tweets and basically every one of them is only down for finishing their contracts if Gunn comes back and he's gone off to run DC.
      Hulk? Woops we speed blitzed all of Hulks potential story arcs but She-Hulk will work right?
      Thor and Antman? Yeah, people love the comedy oriented movies so maybe their new movies will be sure hits
      Shit, we don't have any A or B Listers left, what if we keep throwing C listers movies and see if they take off like GOTG did?

      The MCU is basically the X-Men waiting room at this point, even more so with how 97 is the first Marvel product in a while to have over an 80% positive reception and cycling out Mutants is part of thea appeal

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You know what I'm noticing with the Avengers? The mainstream went right back to not giving a shit once Endgame happened.
        Not "not giving a shit about the comics", just not giving a shit. People liked the movies, not the characters they were based on.
        So Steve and Tony were kinda right back to B listers once it was over.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >People liked the movies, not the characters they were based on.
          Yeah, Avengers are kinda shit and random. They lack the dynamic that X-Men, FF, Power Pack, GOTG have. Shit, even Spider-people are more interesting than Avengers

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          There hasn't been any new Avengers thing in the mainstream since Endgame except a disastrous game. They're not "back to B listers", nothing has been released using those characters in years. Disney made them household names and now they're not doing anything with them, which is an incredibly dumb move. They can't keep making movies without re-casting or paying out to get the old actors back, but there's no reason at all they can't keep the brand alive with cartoons, toys, games, etc.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >The fundamental issue was that they were scrambling for a direction
        See I disagree. I think the problem was they thought "we need a palate cleanser post Endgame hype" without realising that the slow down in pace would mean people would turn off. Really they needed a mini bridging arc but instead they thought they would set up a bunch of stuff and new stuff. They needed to push the remaining franchise sequels ahead before setting up new stuff. People want to tune in for their favourites again. Instead we got a bunch of pointless shit like Black Widow. Of course the too much humour, Disney+ pressure, COVID and the rest didn't help. After a mini bridging arc, get back into Avengers films. The wait between Avengers films has just been getting too long with too many characters. We needed a mix of returning heroes and a couple new faces instead of 50 new faces, too long a wait for sequels/Avengers and a million threads.

        Because the MCU's method of movie making isn't designed to account for complications
        >COVID delays
        >Chadwick Boseman died which fricked up their entire plan for BP
        >They didn't expect people to be satisfied enough with endgame to use it as a dropping off
        >Sony basically speedran them into Spider Multiverse
        >Blade went into development hell

        >Because the MCU's method of movie making isn't designed to account for complications
        In the past they course corrected a lot.
        >Recasted characters, such as Terrence Howard with Don Cheadle or Edward Norton with Mark Ruffalo.
        >Set ups that went no where such as RDJ cameo in Incredible Hulk that was retconned with a short.
        >Changing plans and references a bunch.
        >Tonal shifts.
        The problem is now that they tend to just double down and don't make small changes.
        >Ragnorak was a success so lets double down with Love and Thunder.
        >Investing in shit that went no where.
        >Claiming you don't need the shows to see the movies.
        Apparently Kevin Feige was taking a post Endgame break and a bunch of the greenlighted shit wasn't even his fault but this might be spin. They really went mad.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >The fundamental issue was that they were scrambling for a direction

        >The fundamental issue was that they were scrambling for a direction
        See I disagree. I think the problem was they thought "we need a palate cleanser post Endgame hype" without realising that the slow down in pace would mean people would turn off. Really they needed a mini bridging arc but instead they thought they would set up a bunch of stuff and new stuff. They needed to push the remaining franchise sequels ahead before setting up new stuff. People want to tune in for their favourites again. Instead we got a bunch of pointless shit like Black Widow. Of course the too much humour, Disney+ pressure, COVID and the rest didn't help. After a mini bridging arc, get back into Avengers films. The wait between Avengers films has just been getting too long with too many characters. We needed a mix of returning heroes and a couple new faces instead of 50 new faces, too long a wait for sequels/Avengers and a million threads.

        [...]
        >Because the MCU's method of movie making isn't designed to account for complications
        In the past they course corrected a lot.
        >Recasted characters, such as Terrence Howard with Don Cheadle or Edward Norton with Mark Ruffalo.
        >Set ups that went no where such as RDJ cameo in Incredible Hulk that was retconned with a short.
        >Changing plans and references a bunch.
        >Tonal shifts.
        The problem is now that they tend to just double down and don't make small changes.
        >Ragnorak was a success so lets double down with Love and Thunder.
        >Investing in shit that went no where.
        >Claiming you don't need the shows to see the movies.
        Apparently Kevin Feige was taking a post Endgame break and a bunch of the greenlighted shit wasn't even his fault but this might be spin. They really went mad.

        >I think the problem was they thought "we need a palate cleanser post Endgame hype"
        Originally they talked about having a few plot lines like cosmic threat, down to Earth threat and the multiverse shit. Somehow this shit all escaped from them into the mess we got.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        97 is woke garbage and has shit ratings

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I just finished watching 97 yesterday, and it's greatest thing marvel did in decades. but of course, you will say a variation of "nope, frick off" as a reply

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Make Spiderman the lead? Oops, he's too wrapped up in Ironman that we need two movies just to reset him to not being Ironboy anymore, but he's already been upstaged by an animated Spiderman.
        You've got this wrong
        The more important roadblock when it comes to MCU Spider-Man is that the movie rights are still owned by Sony, so Marvel Studios is forced to deal with Sony's usual moronation because they have a ridiculous amount of leverage over their most famous character. Do you not remember when for a whole year or so post-Endgame it was an accepted fact Sony were pulling out of the MCU deal? They had to completely renegotiate

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          That whole thing only lasted for five weeks

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Huh, you're right. Wikipedia says Sony announced they were taking back Spider-Man in August 2019 and then they made a new deal with Disney in late September. I don't know why I thought it was so much longer.
            At any rate, my main point still stands: Marvel's hands are tied when it comes to MCU Spidey, and they know they can't let themselves be too reliant on a character they don't have full ownership of

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >The MCU is basically the X-Men waiting room at this point
        >pinning all your hopes on X-Men, which performed worse than most MCU characters even when it had little competition amongst comics movies.

        Even in it's 2020s downward spiral, the X-Men need the MCU more than it needs them.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Phase 1-3 2008 - 19 has a smaller screentime than phase 4 2021-22

      Why do you keep posting this as if it is some huge gotcha?

  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    hmmmm I wanted some of those but I also am happy others are not being greenlit

  18. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    how would they make a movie with the celestials?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It was presumably a cosmic crossover movie with the Guardians of the Galaxy, the Eternals, Captain Marvel, Thor and whatnot.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous
  19. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I really liked eternals. I dont get the hate.

  20. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    vision quest is still being worked on?

  21. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    is there any proof that these were ideas on the table? because most of these sound made up to make a list

  22. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Marvel 3 (film)
    I still can't people tried to convince me she was A-list superhero, especially on Cinemaphile where Cinemaphilesumers wouldn't shut up about she was going to surpass Downey.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah living through the lie was pretty insane. Even people who hated the character were gaslit into thinking she was a big deal.
      And the comics are essentially left holding the bag for her weird gigantic push. Remember she's supposed to canonically be the Earth's most popular superhero in 616.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Marvel 3 (film)
        I still can't people tried to convince me she was A-list superhero, especially on Cinemaphile where Cinemaphilesumers wouldn't shut up about she was going to surpass Downey.

        Her movie was tied to Endgame and people honestly expected she would play a huge role in defeating Thanos instead of being a cameo. The fact that so many denied this when most normies didn't even know Marvel was even after they watched her movie just shows how they fell for the Marvel hype.

        I don't get why it triggers so many people when you say the obvious that the superhero genre is primarily a male interest. Male characters are going to be the lead and the most popular that will draw the most people that mostly male because action, violence, fights etc is something that attracts mostly males.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You have to remember that her movie came out during the peak of the "YOU DON'T LIKE A FEMALE LED MOVIE? YOU'RE A BIGOT" that had been stirred up by Ghostbusters Reboot and the Last Jedi where Hollywood types were in vogue trying to prove how much the "nerdy male audience" wasn't needed.

          Which is funny because who'd want to be fricking Captain Marvel vs being Rogue. I mean if I was a girl, would I want to be some uppity space b***h no man wants to touch or a tragic heroine who constantly has men lusting after her because they can't have her and also super strength and flight.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        [...]
        Her movie was tied to Endgame and people honestly expected she would play a huge role in defeating Thanos instead of being a cameo. The fact that so many denied this when most normies didn't even know Marvel was even after they watched her movie just shows how they fell for the Marvel hype.

        I don't get why it triggers so many people when you say the obvious that the superhero genre is primarily a male interest. Male characters are going to be the lead and the most popular that will draw the most people that mostly male because action, violence, fights etc is something that attracts mostly males.

        As someone who is not into comics, the whole thing felt like like a scheme. I had zero interest in Captain Marvel, but it was released between Infinity War and Endgame and all the marketing kep saying it was super important to the conclusion of the saga. It was not important at all and to this day I feel cheated.

  23. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    this is like the tv/film equivalent of 500 different flavors of the same chip brand

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