Marvel boss explains how Captain America Civil War changed MCU’s future



Marvel boss Kevin Feige revealed how Captain America: Civil War changed the future of the MCU, paving the way for Spider-Man: No Path Home.

Talk to Collider, Feige shared how Civil war showed him that movies with a large cast were not only possible but also what fans wanted to see.

“I think going back to [Captain America] Civil war, kind of having an idea for a movie that’s entirely based on which actors and which characters we can work together and shoot in one day, ”Feige said.


“When it worked, it gave us the ambition to make films like Avengers: Infinity War and End of Game. I would include No way home in this level of ambition for sure.

While we’re still not sure exactly who will appear in No coming home, fans clamoring to see characters from Netflix’s Marvel shows in the MCU have received hope from Feige.

Earlier this week, he said when asked if Netflix Marvel characters could return: “I always say that every time a character comes back to the Marvel sandbox it becomes another tool in the ability. storytelling from the MCU.

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“Like I said before, the good news is that it will all be revealed when people finally watch.”

Feige also confirmed that Charlie Cox is Marvel’s Daredevil despite his Netflix series ending.

If you were to see Daredevil in things to come, Charlie Cox, yes, would be the actor playing Daredevil.

“Where we see it, how we see it, when we see it, remains to be seen.”

Spider-Man: Far From Home is available now on DVD, Blu ray and digital download. Spider-Man: No Path Home releases in UK theaters on December 15th and in US theaters on December 17th.

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