Kevin Feige says Marvel’s Netflix Heroes are ‘on the Board’
This Friday, Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe finally begins with the launch of WandaVision at Disney +. Of course, most Marvel diehards are happy to see some of MCU’s biggest names on the small screen. But they have also not forgotten the heroes who previously headlined their own shows on rival streaming services. Marvel’s impending television tour has given Kevin Feige many questions about the fate of Netflix’s street-level characters. From now on, there seem to be no concrete plans to bring these heroes into the larger MCU. Feige, however, still does not rule out their return.
While speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Kevin Feige addressed the possibility vovehals, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron fistand The punisher appear in future Marvel projects. It̵
“Everything is on the board,” says Feige. “One of the fun things about comics is that characters would show up and disappear and come and go. The whole thing is inspiration for the future. There are some great characters and actors from these shows. ”
Netflix canceled vovehals, Luke Cageand Iron fist at the end of 2018 and subsequent axis Jessica Jones and The punisher the following year. Many fans immediately hoped that Marvel was planning revivals for Disney + or Hulu. However, under the terms of their original agreement with Netflix, these characters could not appear in new MCU movies or TV shows until two years after their respective cancellations. Technically, this means that all of these characters will be available for use from next month, as Jessica Jones and The punisher were both canned in February 2019. Unfortunately, nothing seems to be happening right now.
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