HOLLYWOOD, CA - OCTOBER 10: Producer Chelsea Winstanley (L) and director Taika Waititi at The World Premiere of Marvel Studios' "Thor: Ragnarok" at the El Capitan Theatre on October 10, 2017 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for Disney) *** Local Caption *** Chelsea Winstanley; Taika Waititi

Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi is about to be a very busy guy. As the presumed blockbuster success of his Marvel film draws near, the offers are going to be rolling in. One of those offers may very well be another chance to work with Marvel Studios.

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has been doing the usual round of interviews that comes with a new MCU offering and Waititi’s future with the studio has been a point of interest. Feige discussed his future hopes and expectations for the new Thor director with Screen Rant, but cautioned that it could be a little while before we hear anything definitive.

“Well, we’ll see. I would love, love, love to work with Taika again and I have every confidence that we will. What we’re working on right now is the next six movies. The next six movies that will bring us to Untitled Avengers in May 2019, which carries off a lot of what you see in this movie. In some cases very directly, and continues to build and grow.”

Feige is still holding the line of not announcing anything, besides the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, past the fourth Avengers film. That’s why we still don’t have any official word on a Doctor Strange sequel even though it’s been almost a year since that film became a big hit at the box office. Aside from the aforementioned duo, it seems every Marvel Studios property is on hold, at least as far as official announcements go, until Phase Three is complete.

I can’t post a review of Thor: Ragnarok until the embargo lifts on October 19, but suffice to say I would love to see Waititi tackle another Marvel film, whether it’s a continuation of the Thor franchise or something different. Obviously, Feige can be much more upfront with Waititi regarding what projects Marvel has in mind for the director and when they might need to go into production just to make sure that he can save room on his schedule. There’s also reason to believe the interest is mutual.

Waititi praised his experience working with Marvel Studios earlier this week at the Thor: Ragnarok press conference, noting that the studio has supported his vision and voice from the start. His next Marvel project is likely to be a matter of when and which franchise, instead of an if.

Thor: Ragnarok is in theaters November 3.