“Avengers: Endgame” was the final chapter for quite a few heroes, and it’ll take a while for a new team to assemble for “Avengers 5.” The crossover franchise was missing from Marvel Studios’ Phase 4 announcements, and Marvel boss Kevin Feige discussed why.

“We had a movie this year called ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ and it is very much an ending, as you saw, to so many of those characters,” Feige pointed out to IGN.

It sounds like the Phase 4 approach is similar to Phase 1 in that there will be a lot of introductions to new heroes. Fans will also be learning more about the heroes that have already debuted.

“So Phase 4 is about beginnings, and Phase 4 is about learning new things about characters you already think you know like Black Widow, meeting incredible new characters like The Eternals and Shang-Chi, going on new adventures with Doctor Strange and Thor, and these Disney+ shows, which I promise will be spectacular and not what anybody's expecting,” Feige added.

The Marvel Studios co-president is always planning ahead, though. He admitted that he has Phase 5 planned out, so he knows when “Avengers 5” is coming. He also knows who is on the team.

“It will be a very different team than we’ve seen before,” he told MTV News. “That’s what ‘Endgame’ was all about. It will be a very different incarnation of the team with some people you’ve already met and some people you haven’t met yet.”

There are team members who are still around. Falcon/Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Winter Soldier/Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) will get more character development in their Disney+ series. Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) will get both her own series, “Wandavision,” and a role in the “Doctor Strange” sequel.

However, some new characters taking over codenames will definitely change things. Falcon was given the Captain America shield at the end of “Avengers: Endgame.” Kate Bishop, the female Hawkeye, will be introduced in a Disney+ series while female Thor (Natalie Portman) will make her debut in “Thor: Love and Thunder.”

It sounds like it’ll be a while before the new “Avengers” lineup reveals itself. Marvel has announced titles for the next two years, and “Avengers 5” is nowhere to be found.