Kevin Feige Has Dubbed The First Wave Of Marvel Studios Movies "THE INFINITY SAGA"

It's no secret that Avengers: Endgame is the culmination of a 22-movie saga but Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has now revealed what that series of movies is being referred to as. Check it out...

Well, I guess we now know what the eventual Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 1, 2, and 3 box set will be called when it's inevitably released: The Infinity Saga. That's the name Empire Magazine reveals Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has dubbed the first wave of Marvel movies that will culminate with Avengers: Endgame next month. 

While there may have been no sign of Thanos in 2008's Iron Man, the Infinity Stones were first introduced in 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger and the Mad Titan made his big screen debut the following year in The Avengers

"We wanted to bring to a conclusion a series of movies in a way that had never been done before," Feige explains in the latest issue of Empire Magazine. "Harry Potter had an ending because there were only so many books. Lord of the Rings too. But we thought, 22 movies in, wouldn't it be fun to bring some finality to the storyline?"

The Infinity Saga certainly seems like a fitting title for these movies and with the X-Men and Fantastic Four on the way to the MCU, it's hard not to wonder what the next wave will be called. 

Regardless, the saga comes to an end with Avengers: Endgame and many fans are expecting to say goodbye to characters like Captain America and Iron Man as a result. What are your thoughts on this moniker? Let us know in the comments section below.
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