Tom Holland had better *really* enjoy the feeling of spandex, because he'll be pulling on his Spidey suit a few more times yet.
Marvel Studios president and “Spider-Man: Homecoming” producer Kevin Feige has confirmed that Miles Morales exists in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The junket for “Homecoming” took place over the weekend and in a new interview with Screencrush, Feige discussed the nephew of Donald Glover’s Aaron Davis — a character who hardcore fans know is the uncle of Miles Morales in the Marvel Comics. Feige was asked if Davis mentioning his nephew in the film was an easter egg or if fans can see Morales down the line.
While Lucasfilm chief Kathleen Kennedy deals with fallout over her decision to fire Han Solo directors, one person who absolutely understands her position is Kevin Feige, the producing force behind another valuable Disney-owned galaxy: the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Despite Marvel’s dominance of the superhero genre over the last decade their Cinematic Universe just can’t seem to shake off the criticism regarding its villains. While Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and the combined efforts of The Avengers have enthralled us over 14 movies, only Tom Hiddleston’s Loki has stood out as a worthy foe. According to io9, Kevin Feige made this admission while on the set for ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ back in April, remarking,”It always starts with what serves the story the most and what serves the hero the most.
Actor’s reps tell Hollywood Reporter that the actor is not and will not be part of the movie; U.K. agent seconds that, after 24 hours of Internet buzz about a possible meeting with Marvel
It looks as though ‘Doctor Strange’ is going to get his very own origin story… despite rumours that Marvel was planning something different. During an interview with IGN, Marvel boss Kevin Feige revealed that ‘Doctor Strange’ is going to be an origin story… and why this is going to be awesome. “Doctor Strange has one of the best, most classic, most unique origin stories of any hero we have, so why wouldn’t we do that?” he said. - Kenneth Branagh Will Not Direct Thor: Ragnarok - Black Panther’s Civil War Role Revealed Of course, comic book fans will no doubt be pleased.