Marvel Will Release at Most 3 Movies and 2 Shows Per Year with ‘Reduced’ Output Plan

It’s about to become a whole lot easier to keep track of the MCU. Disney CEO Bob Iger has revealed that Marvel Studios will be reducing its output as part of a plan to focus on the quality of its products. On a conference call about quarterly numbers, Iger seems to reference that a desire “to increase volume” was driving decisions in the past, but no longer. The focus now will be to “decrease volume… reduce output and focus more on quality.” In its reduced state, the MCU will now only see three new movie releases and two new series releases per year.

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Iger shares, “We’re slowly going to decrease volume and go to probably about two TV series a year instead of what had become four and reduce our film output from maybe four a year to two, or a maximum of three. And we’re working hard on what that path is.”

With any luck, reducing Marvel Studios’ output to only three MCU movies and two shows per year will improve the quality of the content. Perhaps this content reduction will also allow releases to breathe allowing fans to fully anticipate and feel excited about their releases.

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