Marvel Studios has been uncharacteristically tight-lipped about the future of the MCU over the last year. Since the snap heard round the world ripped the MCU in half, Marvel has released next to no info about their upcoming slate of films.
In the past, we’ve known about Marvel Studios’ release schedule nearly a decade in advance. But, because of the way Avengers: Infinity War ended, they’ve had to play their cards close to their chest to avoid spoilers. It looks like the company is gearing up to make a comeback in a big way at next month’s Comic-Con though.
Fandango’s Erik Daivs asked Feige whether the company would be returning to Hall H at this year’s Comic-Con. Feige responded coyly, saying, “well… there’ll be a lot to talk about if we’re there. I’ll tell you that.” Feige continued, explaining Marvel’s silence over the last year or so. “We were waiting for Spider-Man: Far From Home to come out, and now, very shortly, we’ll start peeling back the curtain and talking about the future.”
Feige also revealed this week that Avengers: Endgame will be re-released in theaters ahead of Spider-Man. This re-released version will feature deleted scenes, a new post-credits scene, and even some special surprises, according to Feige.
Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 2nd. San Diego Comic-Con runs from July 17-21st.