“It’ll be fascinating to see what Kevin Feige does with the properties he’s now getting from the Fox merger with X-Men and Fantastic Four,” Markus told the Los Angeles Times.
“And to see what the MCU version of those things is, because I very much doubt it will be something that resembles what you’ve seen before. So that will be very exciting.”
With Avengers: Endgame, Marvel Studios kicked down the door to the future of the MCU and opened up the franchise to a multiverse of possibilities. But there was one specific line early in the film that perked many fans ears, wondering if the Marvel Cinematic Universe was getting ready to introduce Atlantis and its monarch, Namor (Marvel) .
And while directors Joe and Anthony Russo remained coy about the possibilities of Namor’s debut in the future, Avengers: Endgame writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely came clean and admitted that the mention of an earthquake on the ocean floor was NOT a reference to classic Marvel Comics character.