There's been some talk of films that may follow. In March, Marvel announced it was planning to hire writers to work on film adaptations of lesser-known characters such as Black Panther, Cable, Doctor Strange, Iron Fist, Nighthawk and Vision.
Stan Lee, Marvel's former president and chairman, who turned 87 yesterday, has now chimed in with his own thoughts of what's coming next.
He told MTV: "The funny thing is, I think all of them will come to the screen sooner or later, because they're always looking for new properties, and Marvel has more than anybody.
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