Marvel’s Upcoming ‘Avengers: Secret Wars’ Rumored to be Split into Two Epic Films

Avengers Secret Wars

Marvel Studios is planning something big with ‘Avengers: Secret Wars.’ Reports suggest it will be a massive five-hour story, divided into two movies. They’re planning to release them a year apart. This approach reminds us of how ‘Infinity War’ was initially intended.

The speculation doesn’t stop there. It’s thought that ‘The Kang Dynasty’ might be the first part of this duo. That said, there have been some hitches, especially since Jonathan Majors, who was supposed to lead as Kang, is no longer in the role due to some legal issues. Now, they might either bring in a new actor or switch up the villain entirely, possibly to Doctor Doom.

There’s talk that ‘Avengers: Battleworld’ could be the sequel, drawing from the ‘Secret Wars’ comics where heroes and villains battle it out on a pieced-together planet. It’s a favorite storyline for many, and seeing it on the big screen would definitely be a treat.

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Marvel hasn’t confirmed these details yet. We got this scoop from Jeff Sneider and Culture Crave on Twitter, who teased that it’s like ‘a giant five-hour movie with a year-long intermission.’

With all these rumors floating around, it’s hard not to get excited, even though we need to take it with a grain of salt. The release date is set for May 7, 2027, so we have some time to see how it all unfolds. Whatever Marvel decides, adapting such a huge story definitely requires a lot of screen time, and I’m here for it. It’s going to be epic, following in the footsteps of ‘Avengers: Endgame.’ Let’s hope everything comes together smoothly, because ‘Secret Wars’ has some big shoes to fill.

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