I understand that for some, Marvel and the MCU has long out-lived it's appeal with, perhaps,people experienced fatigue in regards to superhero movies. I didn't mind Phase 4 that much with some huge titles, for me, being Loki, Black Widow, Shang-chi, Moon Knight, Multiverse of Madness, and Werewolf by Midnight. I have yet to see Wakanda Forever andlooking forward to Quantumania. I even enjoyed Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, Love and Thunder, and Hawkeye. I enjoyed Enternals based on what happened near the end of the movie and it;s reprocussions thereafter - more so for it's world building abilities. Likewise, She-hulk's ability to connect the dots between normal humanity to the superhero/enhanced individuals population isalso intriguing. I mean, people in the MCU must have huge PTSD and mental issues stemming from repeating alien invasions, a gigantic space god appearing out of nowhere, hi tech spacecraft, terrorism, robots, etc. I wouldn't even mind a story exploring how all of these incidents are affected non-enhanced people.
I am straying from my original intention though in that some call MCU purely a "money maker" and has destroyed the creative liscenses and artistic appeal of these treasured franchises. We now longer consider Iron Man as we know him through the comic book/graphic novel medium but for his MCU appearance and this will continue as younger audiences become more attached to the MCU counterparts rather than the printed medium that my generation grew up to know. That being as it may, perhaps this is the needed step in the evolutionary process for this medium. Yes, it is become increasinly commercialized but....so is everything else. When I was a kid, video games and anime were for nerds. I was beat up for liking Dragon Ball Z. Now, it is common place. I understand misgivings for the MCU being this 'overbloated magnate" for cinema; especially the superhero genre but this should be expected based on the general evolution of this sort of medium. I appreciate what Marvel and, by extention Disney, is doing for the Marvel IP's and, as a long time fan of Marvel, I do have high hopes for future movies. To be able to relive the pages and experience the thrill I had when I first read Iron Man, Avengers, Fantastic Four, X-Men, etc is amazing to me.
Anyways, that is my rant. Basically, I love the MCU and everything it brings including the bad. I enjoy most of the movies that comes out of them or appreciate how they contribute to the general lore and world building. Rumors about New World Order finally bringing adamantium to the equation, Sentry being in Thunderbolts, Young Avengers, etc REALLY has me intrigued and I am not ashamed to admit this. I love the MCU for all that it is and I don't think that will ever change.