Kevin Feige On If We Will See A Marvel Film Based On A Female Character; Says Don’t Expect A Daredevil Movie Any Time Soon
Marvel kicks off it’s “Phase Two” this weekend with the release of Iron Man 3. Marvel Studios head, Kevin Feige, sat down and talked a little bit about what fans could expect from the upcoming slate of movies with Entertainment Weekly. One of the more interesting things taken from the interview was that Feige says Marvel is looking at the possibility of doing a female stand alone superhero movie. “We have a number of candidates from the comics and from the movies we’ve already made. It’s just a matter of finding the right storyline, the right filmmaker, the right time,” he explained. So what characters are they looking at? One fan yelled out She-Hulk, to which he replied, “She-Hulk would be pretty great.”
A lot of fans where excited by the news that the film rights to the character Daredevil had reverted back to Marvel Studios. Fans might want to hold their excitement however, as Feige says there is no plans for them to make a Daredevil movie. Said Feige, “There comes a time in contracts where, if a studio is done making the movies, the characters come home. That doesn’t mean we’re going to make another movie.” He did go on to explain that the character is back in the fold, which is where they want him to be. For the latest on all things Marvel Cinematic Universe keep checking back here at .
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Source : Entertainment Weekly