On the Hall H stage during the Marvel Studios panel last Saturday night, actress Tessa Thompson got a big cheer when she said that as the king of New Asgard, her character, Valkyrie, “needs to find her queen” in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder. That was confirmation that we’ll get to see deeper aspects of her life explored on screen in the new sequel, and specifically that the movie will address her bisexuality after a scene that alluded to it was cut from Thor: Ragnarok.
And Valkyrie isn’t the only LGBTQ Marvel Studios character on the horizon: Kevin Feige confirmed that more were on the way, and we won’t have to wait long to see them.
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There may be no one more controlled at handling press than Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige. He’s a total pro who’s fully aware that every word he says is going to be pored over and dissected, so he would never do anything as brazen as trash another movie in public. But in a new interview, Feige did his version of that: by which I mean he – in a subtle, classy way – dissed the previous cinematic iterations of the Fantastic Four and promised that those characters would be taken care of in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Fans are undoubtedly excited and curious about how the Marvel Cinematic Universe will continue to expand with the 10 new projects that Marvel Studios announced for release over the next two years during their presentation at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend. However, one significant announcement was missing from the line-up of movies teased for the future, and that’s Avengers 5. What is going on with Earth’s mightiest heroes? Thankfully, Kevin Feige has an answer for you. Read More »
Even though it seemed like the numbers wouldn’t add up for Avengers: Endgame to surpass James Cameron’s Avatar as the highest grossing movie of all-time, Kevin Feige announced that Marvel Studios would soon be taking the crown during their presentation at Comic-Con yesterday. But Walt Disney Studios chairman and chief creative officer Alan Horn made it even more official by releasing a statement announcing that Avengers: Endgame was taking the top spot. Read More »
We’re less than a week out from San Diego Comic-Con, and even though we know Marvel Studios will have their own panel at the convention, that’s not stopping rampant speculation about upcoming casting announcements that could be revealed.
One of Marvel’s upcoming films, although not officially announced, will be The Eternals. The movie focuses on more characters from the cosmic side of the Marvel Comics universe, and in recent months, there have been several reports of who is being brought in to star in the movie. Now some of those cast members, and Marvel Studios mastermind Kevin Feige himself, have chimed in about these reports and rumors. Find out what everyone is saying about The Eternals cast below. Read More »
If you saw Avengers: Endgame – and I know you totally did – you might have come away wondering how Marvel is going to move ahead with their Black Widow movie. The answer seems obvious: prequel time, baby! And in case there was ever any doubt, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige recently spoke about the upcoming film, and compared it to another high-profile prequel: Better Call Saul.
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I just want what’s best for Keanu Reeves, and so does Kevin Feige. The Marvel Studios president was recently asked if Reeves would ever pop up somewhere in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and according to Feige, there’s nothing he’d like more. But he has to find the “right way to do it” first.
In addition to the possibility of Keanu Reeves in the MCU, Feige also commented on the prospects of a Venom/Spider-Man crossover movie sometime in the future. That probably won’t involve Keanu Reeves, though – so do you really care?
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In the 11 years since it launched itself onto the scene and changed Hollywood as we know it, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has gone through major changes, with some elements and characters from early films left to the dust. But as we move into a greater unknown Phase of the MCU, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige hints that we may see some familiar villains crop up again. That includes one villain who many fans feel never got his fair shake: The Mandarin.
After a fraudulent version was introduced in Iron Man 3, fans have been clamoring for the real Mandarin to show his face in the MCU. And Feige has confirmed that this will happen — at some point in the future.
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Avengers: Endgame is an unprecedented blockbuster event for a number of reasons. But one of the most impressive moments in the film brings together one of the largest Hollywood ensembles in the history of cinema for a single shot. At a recent Q&A in Washington DC, directors Anthony & Joe Russo and producer Kevin Feige talked about the challenges of pulling off this particular shot (naturally, this is your warning about some major spoilers lying ahead), as well as the epic Avengers Endgame final battle. Read More »
Early in Avengers: Endgame, a melancholy Black Widow chows down on the loneliest of meals – a peanut butter sandwich on white bread. She’s still grieving those lost in the snap, when who should show up, but good old Captain America himself. What follows is an exchange between the two meant to be a moment of playful levity.
But what if I told you there was a shocking truth behind the Endgame sandwich scene? Continue reading on for the story of the year. No, the story of the century. Spoilers follow.
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