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Now Disney CEO Bob Iger has revealed that his company will bring back ‘Captain America: Civil War’ to theaters in 2019, but only after it’s all over. 

The film’s producer told the New York Times that the film will likely be delayed. 

“I think it’s gonna be a little bit longer than that,” Iger said.

“I think if you think about what happened in ‘The Dark Knight’ and ‘The Force Awakens,’ we’re going to see some things happen in that film that aren’t necessarily in the film.” 

He added that the delay is in keeping with the original plans for the film.

“There are going to be a lot of changes to the film, and I can’t talk about them because they are subject to the creative process,” Igers said. 

But it seems unlikely that the sequel will be a reboot.

Iger had previously said that the company was in talks to produce “Black Panther” as a sequel, but this news comes just days after he said he would be more “confident” that it would happen.

“If it comes to the table, I’ll certainly be more confident about it than I was a few months ago,” Igs said at the time. 

This is the latest development in the ongoing saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as the franchise continues to struggle to find a permanent home on the big screen. 

On Thursday, Disney CEO Robert Iger revealed that the studio is in talks with Sony to produce a sequel to “Captain America” to be released on October 6, 2019. 

Disney is also currently developing a new “Black Widow” film, but Iger made it clear that it wouldn’t be a “filmmatic” sequel.