Marvel’s President, Kevin Feige, recently said that despite 85 years of Marvel Comics history, we’ve only scratched the surface of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with 32 movies showcasing a surface of wonderful and interesting characters.
After 15 years, 31 movies, 25 TV shows, and close to $30 billion in earnings, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) stands unrivaled in success since its 2008 debut with Iron Man.
Feige on Marvel: 15 Years, 32 Movies, and Countless Characters
Speaking to Variety, Feige said, “The great thing about Marvel truly is how many wonderful, interesting characters we have in the comics—they’ve been at it for 85 years. Even after 32 movies, it feels like we’ve barely scratched the surface.”
In an interview with MTV News, Feige said, The MCU film paved the way for epic Avengers films. Feige also revealed it takes every two or three years to renew an MCU phase, “we would do an Avengers film. As 4, 5, and 6 were coming together.”
Feige said, “Well, it’s never about going bigger just to go bigger. Sometimes, by the nature of the number of characters that you have in the toy box to bring into the sandbox of the story, things can get bigger. But you know, the truth is, when we were doing Phase 1, Phase 2, and Phase 3, there were fewer projects over more years. And they were smaller projects and individual character stories. And it felt appropriate at that point that after, you know, every two or three years that it took for a phase, we would do an Avengers film. As 4, 5, and 6 were coming together, there were more projects in less years because of all the amazing stuff we’re now allowed to do on Disney+ and getting and getting characters from Fox for Fantastic Four and Deadpool, and it felt like… and certainly, after Infinity War and Endgame, we thought, ‘Avengers movies aren’t cappers.”
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