The Avengers: The Avengers, a new Marvel superhero series from Marvel Studios, will return to TV in 2017.
The series will also be a reboot of the Avengers films, and will have its own spin-off series.
In 2018, the Avengers will team up again, this time to save the world.
The cast includes Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Jeremy Piven, Sebastian Stan and Paul Bettany.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige told MTV News in an exclusive interview that he believes the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been on a tear lately, and that he’s very proud of the work of the team at Marvel Studios.
“I’ve been very impressed with the trajectory of the Marvel Universe, which I think is going to be very different than what it was five, six years ago,” Feige said.
“The first Avengers film was amazing, and it was a culmination of a lot of work, and we’re doing a lot more stuff.
I’m very excited about that.”
Feige went on to say that he and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feig are also working on other things that are happening at the studio, including a film called Guardians of the Galaxy, and a television show based on the characters.
Feige also revealed that a sequel to Captain America: Civil War will be announced soon.
“They’re making a sequel for it, and I think that will be very exciting,” he said.
The Avengers films were one of the most successful MCU films, selling over five billion tickets in 2016 and reaching over two billion viewers.
It’s the highest-grossing film of all time.
Feige is hoping that the new Marvel movies will bring in more viewers, but the series could potentially lose viewers if it doesn’t get enough of the audience to sustain the show.