At the D23 Expo a few weeks ago, Marvel Studios President of Production, Kevin Feige talked with Empire Magazine. Of things that were discussed were Marvel Cinematic Universe projects for 2016 and 2017. Feige said, next spring is when they would decide what to announce for 2016 and 2017. One project that was speculated on Namor, but Feige was responded that universal still has the rights to Namor.
Also discussed is the possibility of another Hulk movie. After two underwhelming attempts, Feige realizes they have something special with the Mark Ruffalo version of the Hulk and wants to see where they can go with that. This gives hope that there could be a stand-alone Hulk movie announced for the 2016–2017 Marvel movies. It is also said that Bruce Banner will have a more significant part in the 2015 Marvel’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron sequel.
So nothing concrete was revealed, but still interesting to hear some of this information and to see where Marvel is headed with their Cinematic Universe. (Source: Screenrant)