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Kevin Feige teases news about the "future" of Marvel movies next month

The Studios boss says they'll be looking "five, ten years ahead" at San Diego Comic-Con.

Published: Sunday, 26th June 2022 at 12:03 pm
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Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has teased an insight into the future of the franchise, ahead of a San Diego Comic-Con event due to take place in July.


Speaking at a recent press event to discuss their latest offering, Thor: Love and Thunder, Feige was asked whether there would be a Marvel Studios panel at the upcoming event.

"Yeah we'll be at comic-con next month, which we're excited about," he confirmed, no doubt leaving Marvel fans delighted given that they've not attended SDCC since 2019. "First time since we were there three years ago talking about this movie and many others."

Elaborating on Marvel's involvement in next month's panel, Feige also acknowledged that most of the details discussed during their last foray into Comic-Con have now been released - so it seems it's high time for an update.

"And now I think almost everything, not everything but almost everything we discussed three years ago has now been released. So yes, we're excited to go and talk about the future."

Asked how far ahead the panel was likely to cover, Feige explained: "We always look five, ten years ahead. And it changes and it twists and turns, but that's usually as far out as we go, and we start to build it."

With that in mind, it sounds like Marvel fans can expect some exciting teasers - roll on July.

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