Friday, August 6, 2010
Marvel's Studios head honcho Kevin Feige, briefly goes over again about potential movie adaptions for lesser-known characters like Iron Fist, SHIELD & even Guardians Of The Galaxy.
Marvel's independent slate of films are growing, with two Iron Man films, The Incredible Hulk franchise reborn (and may be rebooted yet again), the debut of THOR, the period-piece Captain America: The First Avenger, the eventual hero team-up with The Avengers, under their belt, but what's next?
In this rather non-news interview with MTV, Marvel's head honcho rehashes the possibility for potential films after Avengers including Iron Fist, Black Panther, and even Guardians Of The Galaxy.
"I think what Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction have done with 'Iron Fist' lately is exciting," Feige told MTV News. "I think 'Black Panther' and Wakanda has some amazing potential to be a feature film. 'Doctor Strange,' as you've mentioned. There are some obscure titles, too, like 'Guardians of the Galaxy.' I think they've been revamped recently in a fun way in the book."
"I think S.H.I.E.L.D. could be it's own franchise. I think, frankly, 'The Avengers' is going to be told from that point of view more so than any of the other films at that point, so we're going to get an inside look [at how S.H.I.E.L.D.] operates."
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