endgame runtime

If you were hoping the lengthy Avengers: Endgame would give you an intermission, or at least some downtime to pop off to the bathroom, I’m here to dash those hopes. According to Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige, the three-hour-plus superhero epic will not afford you the luxury of hitting up the lavatory once the flick has started. So maybe consider getting a small soda when you go to see it.

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kevin feige on james gunn

Marvel fans and reasonable people everywhere breathed a collective sigh of relief when Disney reinstated writer/director James Gunn as the director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 after originally firing him last summer. Now that he’s back on board, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and Guardians stars Zoe Saldana and Dave Bautista are sounding off on Gunn’s return…and they’re all absolutely furious that he’s back.

I’m kidding, of course – they’re all stoked about it. Read their quotes below.
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Kevin Feige Captain Marvel interview

A couple of weeks ago, I got an opportunity to chat with Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige about Captain Marvel. We discussed the Avengers: Infinity War after credits scene, if Captain Marvel was originally supposed to appear in that movie, how Carol’s powers won’t break the MCU, Stan Lee‘s tribute and cameo, the whereabouts of Goose, why Nick Fury hasn’t used the pager before Infinity War, and the upcoming live-action Marvel television series for Disney+.

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marvel what if tv series

We have exclusively learned that Marvel Studios will be producing a new television series for the Disney+ streaming service based on the popular What If comic book series. The new animated show will be overseen by Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios, but the stories will not be canon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Hit the jump to learn more about the What If TV series.

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secret invasion movie

The Skrulls are some of the most famous villains in Marvel Comics, and it all lead to an epic comic book crossover storyline called “Secret Invasion” that ran through a self-titled eight issue limited series and several tie-in books from April through December 2008. With the introduction of the Skrulls in 2019’s Captain Marvel, it was no surprise that fans expected the film to plant the seeds for an eventual Secret Invasion movie. But while evidence points to the contrary, Marvel studios chief Kevin Feige won’t rule it out.

Spoilers for Captain Marvel follow.

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Final Stan Lee Cameo

Captain Marvel isn’t just special because it’s the first female-led superhero movie from Marvel Studios. And it’s not just special because the huge box office haul from last weekend is making sad little fanboys cry while holding their blankies. It has a very touching opening tribute to Stan Lee, the legendary Marvel Comics creator who sadly passed away last year. However, the Stan Lee cameo in Captain Marvel won’t be the last time we get to see the comic book icon on the big screen. Read More »

Captain Marvel's Powers

Captain Marvel isn’t just super-powered at the box office. The character’s powers themselves are incredibly super-charged – we’re talking “knock a space ship out of the sky with your hands” power here. Some people (who must hate fun) have argued the character is too powerful, and that being so unstoppable might make for boring confrontations in films to come. But according to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, Captain Marvel’s powers won’t be a problem.

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why Nick Fury didn't page Captain Marvel

In Captain Marvel, we learn how Samuel L. Jackson‘s character Nick Fury first meets up with Carol Danvers in the mid-1990s. After seeing the film, the big question in a lot of fans minds is: why didn’t Nick Fury page Captain Marvel when a big wormhole opened over New York City and a massive alien assault happened on Earth in The Avengers? I asked Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige this exact question, and here is his response.

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Disney+ marvel shows

“It’s All Connected” is a phrase that Marvel Studios and Marvel TV have been repeating for years, but that’s only been slightly true. Marvel shows on both ABC and Netflix have had minor references to the Marvel Cinematic Universe at large, but none were the epic crossovers that we were promised.

However, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige promises that this will change for the Disney+ Marvel shows. The upcoming streaming platform will feature new titles featuring new and familiar superhero faces, and will be inarguably “connected” to the MCU.

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avengers endgame title

We all spent months trying to guess what the title of Avengers 4 would be, and some people even guessed correctly: Endgame. After all, Doctor Strange says “We’re in the end game, now,” after he hands over the Time Stone to Thanos. So why, then, did Marvel keep the title a secret for so long? According to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, the fevered frenzy surrounding the title got blown out of proportion, but he also thinks keeping the Avengers: Endgame title under-wraps was the right choice.   Read More »