Kevin Feige Talks the Future of the Supernatural World in the MCU
With the highly-anticipated Werewolf by Night set to introduce a whole new realm to the Marvel Universe, a recent interview saw Marvel head Kevin Feige talk about the future of the supernatural world in the MCU.
When the massive D23 weekend took place this year, fans were excited for a host of projects to be announced; as they hoped for a carryover from ten massive San Diego Comic-Con events that saw Phase Six tease the arrival of two future Avengers films.
Marvel heard that anticipation and delivered, with a whole host of projects being discussed in detail, and exclusive footage being shown off to those in attendance, pointing to an incredibly exciting Phase Four and Five on the horizon for fans.
A few trailers did get officially released from the event, including one that pointed to what should be considered one of Marve’s most intriguing projects to date; Werewolf by Night.
The Disney+ Halloween special showcased a macabre feel that is a clear and direct homage to the classic monster movies of the 1930s and 1940s that genuinely embraces a dark underworld that is yet to be explored by the Marvel Universe.
With that project arriving in just five days, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige talked about the future of the supernatural world in the MCU.
In this exclusive look at Werewolf by Night, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige says "we're introducing a world that will ultimately become quite important to the future of the MCU." pic.twitter.com/docjEfaQ5f
— IGN (@IGN) September 30, 2022
Regarding IGN, Feige stated, “We’re introducing a world that will ultimately become quite important to the future of the MCU… we wanted to explore entirely new characters and entirely new sides of the MCU with this unusual, fun, and frightening spin on the supernatural.”
With Blade just on the horizon, Marvel is introducing a character that is maybe the most popular of Marvel’s supernatural heroes, and with him comes immense possibilities of where that corner of the MCU could go in future installments.