It is just a matter of few days as Marvel starts its journey towards phase 4 with its studio crew’s ever-expanding growth and the vast shared universe of its comic book characters. Read what Kevin Feige has to say on this.
On the other hand, Dinsey plus is bringing an abundant amount of Marvel web-series and movies to their platform, starting with Wanda Vision on 15th January, which also includes the likes of Loki, What If?, Hawkeye, She-Hulk, and many more arriving.
Marvel even acquired its rights to the Fantastic Four and X-Men characters, which now have been confirmed as part of Marvel Universe.
Kevin Feige announced the arrival of Fantastic Four on Investors Day and most recently with the announcement of Deadpool 3, which assured the existence of mutants in the upcoming Phase 4 of Marvel Cinema’s shared universe.
Recently, during an interview, Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel, was asked about the expanding universe of Marvel and how they will counter the problem of oversaturation of superheroes and characters within a single shared universe upon which Feige explained his strategy of managing the storylines as long as they are unique and exciting.
Here we are covering everything Kevin Feige had to say about the growth of Marvel’s Universe.
Kevin Feige States On The Expanding Marvel Universe On Disney Plus
While promoting the beginning of the upcoming Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feige talked with Deadline regarding the expansion and how the forthcoming Disney Plus shows will create many characters that the audience may not keep up with and could lead them to lose touch.
Kevin Feige explained his take on the universe’s oversaturation and how he and the studios plan to counter the issue.
Kevin Feige quoted stating the similarity between worries he had when Marvel characters rights were among different studios during the earlier years and how multiple movies bound to come every year with the Marvel Logo.
Feige explained a time when there were three movies in one summer, and he had no control over them and how to continue the storylines.
Kevin Feige further explained that he was okay with the fact of the abundance of movies as long as the stories are unique and exciting, stating that these qualities never go out of style and went further to explain that watching something different on TV at home and watching something different in theatres is how the audience escapes.