Kevin Feige: Marvel Studios is ‘Emboldened’ for More Diverse Stories


With Marvel Studios skipping out on San Diego Comic Con this year, fans are anxiously awaiting the moment we will get the first Captain Marvel trailer.

Avengers: Infinity War blew our minds, as it changed the landscape of the Marvel Cinematic Universe forever.

Marvel fans were disappointed when the studio announced that it would not be participating in the annual San Diego Comic Con, but with Ant-Man and the Wasp around the corner, and then Captain Marvel, it's not too long before Avengers 4 rolls around. It has the same tricky issue, because Spider-Man was also snapped away by Thanos. Kevin Feige has specifically mentioned that T'Challa/Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) won't appear in the marketing materials for the movie, "because he's gone", so we can assume the same goes for any pre-release confirmation on every other dusted character. Let us know what you think in the comments!

"Do I have the most comfortable suit in the MCU?"

KF: It's really cool and I think it's a great first example of what Imagineers can do with the MCU. It gives you something fun and entertaining to watch on screen because that's what I wanna see when I go to the movies but you're getting a message. You know, if they were, I have no idea whether or not if they'll do anything else with this.

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The suggestion that Far From Home could happen before Infinity War is a nice deflection, but ultimately is probably not true.

And he followed it up with an intriguing little add-on: '[There are] Both ones you've seen and ones you haven't seen'.

Two Avengers stars revealed they didn't learn about the ending to "Infinity War" until the day they shot it.

So, though Feige joked this week that Far From Home may not take place after the events of Infinity War, it nearly certainly does. "It'll be towards the end of the year with however we launch that film".

The 60-year-old actress was a vision in a plunging sparkly black Saint Laurent jumpsuit, Jenny Bird hoop earrings, Rona Pfeiffer kite necklace and ankle-strap heels for the world premiere of Marvel's Ant-Man and the Wasp in Hollywood on Monday.