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Marvel Teases Upcoming Thor, Black Panther, & Spiderman Movies

Posted on the 31 December 2015 by Mikeylately @MikeyLately

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Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige discussed upcoming events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Three during an interview with Empire. Feige teased “Thor: Ragnarok’s” galactic scale, the scope of the new “Spider-Man” film and where we’ll see Thanos next. In addition he also discussed the important role Black Panther movie will play.

VIA CBR:

As to “Thor: Ragnarok,” he revealed, “I don’t think people will read into that title alone [regarding] what the movie’s going to be. It’s going to be, perhaps, as totally different from the two prior ‘Thor’ movies as ‘Winter Soldier’ was from the first Captain America. We want to take it to new places, we’ve got new characters that will show how big we’re swinging on this. And we have a Hulk.”

 “The film takes place within the cosmos primarily which is to say, frankly, very little Earth,” he added.

He also announced that Thanos won’t be putting in much of an appearance in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” saying, “I wouldn’t look too hard in that movie for Thanos.” However, “The next time we see Thanos, he will not be messing around. It was be, ‘Oh, that’s why they’ve been teasing this villain for five years!'”

In regards to the “Spider-Man” reboot, he explained that its “smaller scale is all relative… It’s going to be as big and spectacular a Spider-Man film as has ever been made. But it’s a Peter Parker story and has more opportunity to be focused on the story of a 15-year-old kid going to high school.”

VIA CBR:

While speaking to “Empire” magazine, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige spoke to the role that both the character of T’Challa and his solo film will play in the cinematic universe.

“The one is important,” Feige told “Empire,” as transcribed by ComicBookMovie. “Not only do you get an unbelievable lead character, but you also get all of Wakanda which is a whole new setting and culture to explore.”

Feige added that the film will have a “primarily African-American cast” and will be “a big geo-political action adventure that focuses on the family and royal struggle of T’Challa in Wakanda, and what is means to be a king. T’Challa’s story is very important to us as it links to the next Avengers films, which is why we brought it forward.”


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