“The Los Angeles Times” recently held an interview with president of production for Marvel studios Kevin Feige in which he answered a lot of questions that the fans had about the future of Marvel studios. Below I have provided the quotes that I found most interesting, but if you want to see the full interview head on over to “The Los Angeles Times” found here.
On possible movies after The Avengers: “I have not been shy about my love for Dr. Strange, Black Panther, and Luke Cage.”
On when we will see the first trailer for Captain America: The First Avenger: “[W]orking on the Cap trailer now. You should be seeing one in the new year.”
“Punisher’s back in house, and various plans are in the works.”
On keeping continuity: “[O]ur primary job is doing justice to the title characters, but we do have someone who’s got a large chart that spans across his office wall tracking the continuity. It’s pretty cool. Maybe we’ll publish it one day.”
On the future of Ant-Man: “Edgar (Wright) was here a few days ago. He’s already working on the next draft.”
On Nick Fury being in World War II: “We’re keeping Nick Fury as portrayed by the great Sam Jackson just in the modern era for now.”
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