“(Marvel) Comics has been around for over 80 years, and I want Marvel Studios to be around that long, if not longer.” Recently, 49-year-old Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed his small goal when promoting ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’.
However, in view of the poor reputation of Marvel’s two new films ‘Black Panther : Wakanda Forever’ and ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’, the attitude of foreign netizens towards the “80-year vision” is. “No thanks”, “It will be over in 10 years”, “It won’t last until 2030”.
In this story, Kevin Feige says Marvel Studios has tried to be fair in its dealings, satisfying both long-time fans interested in linking up and trying to attract a passerby audience that doesn’t do its homework.
Kevin Feige says the Marvel limited series ‘She-Hulk’, which went live on streaming last year, was an experiment to see “what if the lead in ‘Ally McBeal’ was a superhero” and they set the tone for adding an expensive special effects character to the sitcom, which he was happy with. .
Marvel Studios (Marvel Studios) was founded in 1993 and merged under the Disney umbrella in 2015, and has released several movies and series since 2008, creating many box office revenue hits.
Currently, ‘Avengers: Endgame’ ranks second in box office history with $2.799 billion (about 19.25 billion yuan) at the global box office.
A Twitter user wrote: “I have no problem with this (80 years of existence) as long as the story is good. But I don’t know why they take a $200 million budget and make movies with bad scripts and stories. They no longer put good stories first, but treat each movie as an advertisement for the next one.”