The films that the MCU has offered for several years have conquered the community in ways that were never imagined. However, the most recent Marvel productions have divided opinions. Despite this, Kevin Feige believes that fans will not tire of stories with superheroes.
As you surely know, after the extraordinary battle that the Avengers had with Thanos, and the sad deaths of some of its members, Phase 4 of the MCU has presented different films that for many did not reach the quality level of the previous ones.
The executive is satisfied with what is being done
However, the head of Marvel stated in a recent interview that there are 80 years of ‘innovative’ stories told in comics that can be adapted to different genres and it seems that he sees no end to this kind of production:
“I’ve been at Marvel Studios for over 22 years, and most of us here have been together for over a decade or more. Since probably my second year at Marvel, people were asking, ‘Well, how long is this going to go on? Is this comic book movie trend going to end?’ I didn’t really understand the question,” Feige said on The Movie Business Podcast.
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In addition, he spoke about the importance of telling a story as it should be so that it has the expected success and that the fans continue to support them:
“I found that if we tell the story correctly and adapt it in a way that the audience is still following us more than 22 years later… we can (make) any kind of movies that share 2 things: the Marvel Studios logo above the title and the seed of an idea of our editorial history”, he concluded.
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Thanks to Feige’s words, we can conclude that superhero movies will be here for a long time, so we remind you that the next one to hit theaters is Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania on February 17.
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