Some spoilers from Spider-Man: Far From Home ahead…
Now that we’ve not only concluded the Infinity Saga with Avengers: Endgame but also the third phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) with Spider-Man: Far From Home, most of us are dying to know what happens next. Iron Man is dead, Captain America has retired and did Far From Home really just introduce J.K. Simmons’ J. Jonah Jameson into the MCU? In a recent interview, ComicBook.com sat down with Marvel Studios chief and the brain behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feige, to discuss the future of the MCU. Of course, the master of secrecy didn’t reveal that many juicy details, but he did somewhat answer some of the burning questions we have heading into phase four of the MCU.
Will Tony’s death and Endgame consequences be felt in future movies?
Kevin Feige: oh, yes.
Will we see more of the original six Avengers going forward or are we witnessing the passing of the torch?
Kevin Feige: Yeah, I would say it’s both. I would say it’s definitely a combination.
Who bought the Avengers Tower?
Kevin Feige: Yeah, I don’t think they put the sign up. And how cool that is, and be like, yes. Spider-Man can also be cool in New York. Spider-Man can also be cool. It’s time to return him to many of those iconic things, including J. Jonah Jameson…
Is J. Jonah Jameson (J.K. Simmons) part of a multiverse angle, or is it a fresh start for the character in the MCU?
Kevin Feige: 100%. 100% [fresh start].
Concerning the rumour that Marvel Studios will either introduce Fox’s Deadpool with Ryan Reynolds either in Spider-Man 3 or a Disney Plus series.
Kevin Feige: No, I mean we’re certainly having conversations about the future of all of those Fox properties, and how to weave them in, and when to bring them in. That one, in particular, is not the case.
Is Keanu Reeves gonna be in the MCU?
Kevin Feige: We talk to him for almost every film we make. I don’t know when, if, or ever he’ll join the MCU, but we very much want to figure out the right way to do it.
Are Millie Bobby Brown and Donnie Yen gonna be in the MCU?
Kevin Feige: Both good actors that would be fun to see in the MCU, but nothing specific, or nothing to talk about.
In regards to Nova, are Richard Rider and Sam Alexander somewhere in the MCU?
Kevin Feige: It’s probably the same answer I give you all the time. We love Nova. It’d be cool.