Kevin Feige Teases A MARVEL Film Exploring Secret Identities


daredevilThe last few weeks Kevin Feige has been teasing fans mercilessness with what may or may not happen in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He’s said they’re looking at places they could possibly put the Punisher and they were seriously considering doing something with Daredevil before. In a new interview snippet with Bleeding Cool, the Marvel Studios head honcho may have dropped another big Daredevil teaser.

daredevil iconSpeaking with the site, Feige talked about a lot of things from the comics Marvel has already explored. They’ve checked off the crossover box and they’ve even jumped the ‘back from the dead‘ hurdle with Coulson. Well now Feige is saying Marvel is looking at exploring the idea of secret identities. Here’s how the conversation unfolded:

KF: The one we haven’t done in the MCU is the secret identity thing. I thought that had been overplayed for a long time which is why we had Tony Stark out himself at the end of his first movie. We were sort of announcing to the audience that we’re not going to play that game.

BC: There must be a new spin on that, though?

KF: I think there is and I think we will get to it at some point. We have an idea. As a matter of fact, I was just talking about it the other day with one of our filmmakers. The fun thing about the job, though, is that idea I was talking about with a filmmaker might not happen for four or five years because it may or may not be appropriate for a first movie.

BC: How is that fun? That sounds like torture.

KF: It’s fun because we’ve been doing it now for seven years and the things we talked about seven years ago we’re doing now and so I have confidence at least we’ll get to them.

Now Bleeding Cool reckons Feige was talking about Daredevil. There are several possible characters who have secret identities, though a lot more are public in the comics and the movie verse, but with Feige‘s recent Daredevil comments it seems he may be talking about Matt Murdock. Bleeding Cool spoke to him at length, and if that’s the vibe they were getting from Feige, I’m buying it. It’s interesting that he says the idea “may or may not be appropriate for a first movie.” That raises a lot of questions regarding exactly what he may have been referring to. What do you think about Feige‘s comments? Any guesses as to who or what he was referring to?

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Source : Bleeding Cool