For Kevin Feige, the Marvel Cinematic Universe Doesn’t Have to Please Everyone

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One of the most common criticisms of JJ Abrams’s work with Star Wars: Skywalker’s Rise was that he tried at all costs to please all factions of the fandom, with the result of discontinuing them all. A risk that, according to Kevin Feige, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has never taken.

According to the boss of Marvel Studios, in fact, the intention of the production with the films of the franchise has never been to satisfy every single fan: taking risks has always been one of the fundamental prerogatives of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the leitmotiv that has brought to the sensational and brave ending of Avengers: Infinity War.

” If we had thought too much if we had worried too much about making everyone happy, we would have curled up in a fetal position without doing anything. So we didn’t do it, we always acted in the direction that seemed most interesting to us, the one that seemed most interesting to us. compelling, what would make the Marvel Cinematic Universe grow in ways people wouldn’t have expected. Kill half of your favorite heroes, for example, “ explained Feige.

Speaking of the future, however, it seems that the LGBTQ community will be increasingly present in the Marvel Cinematic Universe; however, it seems that Marvel will be forced to give up some actors in orbit Marvel Cinematic Universe.