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Kevin Feige Reportedly Exiting Marvel Studios in 2025

The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to be a dominant force in the world of entertainment and since its inception over a decade ago, the franchise has delivered some of the biggest and grandest comic book projects not only on the big screen but now on streaming as well.
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Man-Thing: How Kevin Feige Was Instrumental in Development of SYFY Original

Around these parts, Kevin Feige is a name synonymous with the highest-grossing franchise to ever grace Hollywood. Overseeing the development of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Feige has become the highest-earning producer of all time thanks to massive box office hauls like Avengers: Endgame and Black Panther. As with most career projections across any industry, however, everything wasn't always a massive win.
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Inside the Confusing State of DC, From Huge ‘Joker 2’ Paydays to the Search for Their Kevin Feige

When Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav spoke to investors on Aug. 4, the very first question was about his decision, announced two days earlier, to cancel the release of DC comics adaptation “Batgirl,” taking the HBO Max production (as well as “Scoob!: Holiday Haunt”) as a tax write-down instead. If Zaslav hoped his answer might help to quell the firestorm that choice created across the industry, he appears to have done the opposite. Zaslav made public what had been reported and rumored for months: that the company had “restructured” to create a team with a “10-year plan focusing just on...

Avengers: Endgame: Kevin Feige Wanted to Kill All Six Original Members

Marvel Studios has been on a bit of a hot streak for the last 10 years with everything that they released. While the studio has been pivoting to streaming, the feature-length offerings have been pretty excellent. Avengers: Endgame closed out The Infinity Saga and also killed off Iron Man and Black Widow, but it seems that the film was originally supposed to kill off more Avengers than that. During a new interview with the Happy Sad Confused podcast, the films directors Joe and Anthony Russo revealed that Kevin Feige originally wanted all six original Avengers to die in Endgame.

Marvel’s Kevin Feige and James Gunn React to ‘Batgirl’ Controversy

Batgirl is getting some support and sympathy from heavy-hitting Hollywood talents. Co-director Adil El Arbi revealed on Instagram that Marvel chief Kevin Feige, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn and Baby Driver director Edgar Wright are among those who have reached out about the $90 million project, which was shockingly shelved by Warner Bros. as a tax write-off after being filmed. More from The Hollywood ReporterDC Films' Walter Hamada Was on the Brink of Exit After 'Batgirl' CancellationDC Will Have 10-Year Plan Akin to Marvel's Playbook, Says David Zaslav'Batgirl' Debacle Pushes DC Back Once Again El Arbi quoted Feige’s email...

Batgirl directors share adorable email Kevin Feige sent them

The MCU and DCEU may be known for having major beef with one another, but in the wake of Batgirl’s sudden cancellation, Kevin Feige has reached out to show his support for the action movie‘s directors. News of Batgirl being scrapped broke on August 2, where it was...

Kevin Feige Responds to Batgirl Cancellation, Supports Directors

The directors of the recently canceled Batgirl film have revealed that Kevin Feige, the President of Marvel Studios, reached out to them after the unfortunate news came out. Adil El Arbi posted a story on his Instagram that shows an email from Feige to him and co-director Bilall Fallah. In the email, Feige congratulates El Arbi on his upcoming wedding and states that the news about Batgirl‘s cancellation was disappointing. Regardless, Feige expressed pride in their work and stated that he looks forward to seeing what’s next for the team.

Batgirl directors receive support from Kevin Feige, James Gunn, and Edgar Wright after film's shelving

Batgirl co-director Adil El Arbi is thanking filmmakers Kevin Feige, James Gunn, and Edgar Wright for messages they sent him after Warner Bros. shelved his film this week. Arbi, who helmed the production with Bilall Fallah, revealed in an Instagram post Thursday that he's been met with support from the prominent comic-book-adaptation visionaries — something he appreciates following the difficult news that the $90 million venture for HBO Max would not be released.

Kevin Feige, James Gunn and Edgar Wright Reached Out to ‘Batgirl’ Directors After Warner Bros. Axed Their Film

Click here to read the full article. “Batgirl” co-director Adil El Arbi revealed on Instagram that several high-profile Hollywood names have reached out to him and fellow “Batgirl” director Bilall Fallah in the aftermath of Warner Bros. shelving their comic book movie. The studio announced Aug. 2 that the $90 million “Batgirl” film would not be released in theaters or on HBO Max despite already being shot. Arbi shared an email that Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige sent him and Fallah in the aftermath of the film’s cancellation. The “Batgirl” directors helmed two episodes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series...

Marvel's Kevin Feige supports Batgirl directors after their film is shelved

DC fans and the industry alike were shocked this week when Warner Bros Discovery announced that it had scrapped Batgirl completely, despite it having had a reported $90 million — if not more — put into it, having had most post-production work completed, and featuring Michael Keaton returning as Batman.

Warner Bros. is putting together a 10-year plan for DC – taking inspiration from Marvel and Kevin Feige

Warner Bros. has big plans for the DCEU – and the studio wants to replicate Marvel's long-term outlines for the future of their own superhero franchise. "We have done a reset. We've restructured the business. We're going to focus. There will be a team with a 10-year plan focusing just on DC. It's very similar to the structure that Alan Horn and Bob Iger put together, very effectively, with Kevin Feige at Disney," Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav said in a statement.