Kevin Feige says more superheroine movies in MCU universe

KhoaTD |Sep 09, 2018

According to Marvel Studio's president Kevin Feige , in the near future there will be more and more superheroine movies ...

Changing in MCU

According to Marvel Studio's president Kevin Feige, in the near future, there will be more and more superheroine movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Kevin Feige has also confirmed in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that female superheroes are a big part of the plan for the next step of the MCU. From the first MCU film, Jon Favreau's Iron Man it has been 10 years since - and appảently MCU is heading in a new direction following Captain Marvel.

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Up until now, in Marvel Cinematic Universe we have seen a lot of female in superhero roles like Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, Zoe Saldana as Gamora, Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch, Lupita Nyong'o as Nakia in Black Panther. But there was never a superheroine movie like Kelvin Feige's Captain Marvel before. This is a very significant change in the MCU.

Moreover, Marvel Studios has repeatedly asserted that Captain Marvel - whose real name is Carol Denvers - would be the most powerful superhero of the MCU. Marvel Studios chairman Kevin Feige also said she will become the face of the MCU stage 4 and later.

In an interview with Movie Web, Brie Larson kept secret about the movie. However, she is comfortable talking about the power of Captain Marvel. The Oscar-winning actress described: "She is very mighty. She can move the planet. "

To date, MCU fans are still curious about the role of Captain Marvel in the Avengers 4 blockbuster. With information from Larson, it can be said that super-evil Thanos will face a tough opponent alongside the rest of the Avengers.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige

More superheroines movies

Feige has also commented that; he envisions a time when people have stopped talking about whether Marvel heroes are male or female, and start asking a question like "Who is this character ?" "What is the superpower ?". Right now, Marvel is far from that point; female superheroes are still in the minority in the MCU, but that's most definitely changing. Especially with the decision to produce Captain Marvel a superheroines movie of Marvel Studio. Even though it took them 10 years to do that.
When asked why it took Marvel so long to produce a superheroine movie, Feige said earlier studio bosses were hesitant and not sure whether women-lead films will be able to fill the chairs. But with the success of Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, Marvel Studio has no reason to hesitate about female-lead superhero film like Captain Marvel anymore.


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