After Avengers: Infinity War and build up to Avengers: Endgame, no one doubts Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige or his ability to make a master plan. However, following the agreement to introduce Spider-Man into MCU, Sony entered the week, these plans were complicated.
According to a new report by Vanity Fair, Sony's insistence on a 2019 Spider-Man movie has complicated Marvel's roadmap for Avengers: Endgame and their attempt to keep some great secrets.
Marvel Studios wanted to keep the plans Avengers: Endgame A secret in view of many great superheroes, including Spider-Man, was killed by Thanos at the end of the film. The impact was somewhat smaller with the knowledge that Spider-Man: Far from home was already scheduled for premiere in theaters in 2019, just a few months later Avengers: Endgame should beat the theaters.
Feige has played coy on the future of Marvel Cinematic Universe, telling Entertainment Weekly that the characters were killed in Avengers: Infinity War will be dead.
"I mean I can always list the characters we've killed in our movies that have not come back, but the big ones I know they're watching …? I'd just say yes," Feige said. "People must be careful about what they want."
Feige retarded it Avengers: Endgame will change the landscape of Marvel Cinematic Universe forever.
"You start to think differently about how the characters interact, what stories are coming to an end, and what characters stories are just the beginning," said Feige. "These stories will continue. I think they continue in surprisingly different and unexpected ways after these two Avengers movies. "What signs will survive long enough to see the shift, but" Nobody knows just yet. "
As far as Spider-Man: Far from home Going, Web Slinger will be challenged in several ways than one, as evidenced by the movie's title.
"We like [the title] of course, because it ties together Home-coming, not just keep that word going, which we like and we liked it more than Hemkomst 2, but the term "home" is a word that has dual meanings we would like to continue with this [Marvel Cinematic Universe] version of Spider-Man. So, Far from home has several meanings, "said Feige to ComicBook.com.
Avengers: Endgame premieres on April 26, 2019.
Spider-Man: Far from home will hit theaters on July 5, 2019.