The divide between Kathleen Kennedy and fired filmmakers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have been revealed in new report, with the studio lacking confidence in their headline star
Kevin Feige has confirmed that the 2018 ensemble blockbuster will be the closing chapter for a couple of our favorite Marvel superheroes.
Kevin Feige gave an in-depth chat to Allocine, arguing that the Marvel-DC divide is nothing but a media beat-up while flirting with more 18 plus titles.
The Marvel President explained that 20th Century Fox have been left to their own devices, even though an MCU inclusion is not beyond the realms of possibility.
Showcased in one of the five post-credit scenes for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the new character will not be featured in the 2018 blockbuster according to Kevin Feige.
The president of the superhero studio gave an insight into his plans on a number of topics, ranging from their over 18 plans to the involvement of Spider-Man and more.
While the Room star is taking on an ambiguous part that has seen many versions in the Marvel world, Larson has prefaced her role with a warning.
Producer Kevin Feige understands the Marvel world inside out and as he talked to the press on the eve of the big sequel, he filled in a few gaps the audience might not know.
The studio president and producer gave his thoughts on the extended universe he helped become a billion dollar industry and why the actress is the ideal candidate for the 2019 feature.