Last month, Kevin Feige stated that he had a master plan for every Marvel movie we would see before 2028 and prompted us to put together how the MCU Master Plan should look, as well as who should play Marvel's villains. But what of the heroes we haven't yet met? Naturally, since Feige has been keen to restate the idea of the MCU as a single cohesive narrative, it's unlikely that any reboots can happen without destabilising the entire thread, so there are the names we probably already know, but what of the new heroes? The MCU supremo claimed there are thousands of properties Marvel could draw from, but with the majority of the head-line acts already on screen, you have to look a little harder at which new heroes could extend the stable. And it is obvious that whoever the characters are, they will require excellent acting talents behind them. This of course somewhat ignores the fact that the 14 year master plan will likely be too long a time period for some of the actors already tied to roles: by the time 2028 comes around, Samuel L Jackson will be 80 years old, and it's unlikely that Robert Downey Junior is going to stick around in a front-line role for that long. And then even some of the younger actors might have outgrown the physical requirements of their characters. But for the sake of this article, only new characters are under consideration (aside from one exception), as we look at the actors that Marvel need to bring in to make sure the grand plan up until 2028 actually succeeds.