No chance. Feige is way too big of a fanboy to relegate The First Family to streaming. I'm sure he has a truckload of good ideas for movies and has well thought out plans to actually allow the characters to resonate with audiences for once.
Maybe Future Foundation, after they lay the groundworks of a Fantastic Four trilogy of movies.
Honestly, moving some X-Men properties on Disney + could be a really good idea too.
Considering the amount of the X-Men characters and mutant related teams, It's going to take forever to expand on all the X-Men mythos just in the movies alone.
Speaking to IGN, Infinity War's co-director, Joe Russo, explained why Thanos is dressed down for the battle ahead. "He has a more casual approach in this film and it's very philosophical for him. It's part of his character definition. It's a spiritual journey for him to collect the [Infinity] Stones and one with which he does not need armor. Once he starts acquiring the Stones he doesn't require armor the same way he did when he was a warlord. It's a very symbolic costume," he said.
As for that other big release of 2019, Avengers: Endgame, Feige confirmed that the title of the film had been in place since "before we started developing the movie, or just as we were developing it." He even goes as far to say that Doctor Strange's "endgame" line in Infinity War was indeed a direct call-out to the title of the final Avengers film. (Of course that's not what co-director Joe Russo told Uproxx last year.)
But there are some things he can reveal, like the fact that he'd love to talk to director Adam McKay — and fellow Golden Globe nominee — about that long-rumoredSilver Surfer movie. "He's an honest-to-goodness fan," he said. "He did a lot of behind-the-scenes help with us on the first Ant-Man film."