“The schedules don’t always quite match up to make that possible – it’s easier for them, they’re more nimble and faster and produce things quicker than we do”, says Feige.
Indeed, though the fact remains that Thanos now has zero Infinity Stones in his possession-just a stone-less glove. “And as is the case, the connectivity is great but it doesn’t drive the train”, he said.
“Broad strokes” is something we’ve heard before when Feige has talked about planning out a phase of the Marvel storyline, but him talking in the context of the grand plan leading to Infinity War is new. “I think one day you’ll look back and watch – “Captain America: The First Avenger, ‘ ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier, ‘ and ‘Captain America: Civil War” – and it’ll be one of the most unique and different trilogies ever around a single character”.
When asked if the late inclusion of Spider-Man into the MCU disrupted Feige and Latcham’s plans, Feige stated, “The most important thing is relaunching Spider-Man in a standalone movie”. Tom Holland will be donning the red and blue web-suit for an appearance in “Captain America: Civil War”. “So we always sort of operate with those alternate timelines available and are ready to shift if something happens”.
Even superheroes need to goof off now and then, which is what we see in this blooper reel from the home release of Avengers: Age of Ultron. “Making the agreement with Sony is great and awesome”.
Feige and Latcham remained mum on any of the details regarding Spider-Man’s own film in 2017, though he did say audiences would learn how long Peter Parker has been active as Spider-Man. The new and as-of-yet untitled Spider-Man reboot is scheduled to premiere on July 28, 2017. It will be released on May 6 next year followed by Doctor unusual on November 4. Feige confirmed that “it is not the same one”, and no Thanos did not break into to Asgard to steal a gauntlet from Anthony Hopkins (via Entertainment Weekly).
Comic Book Resources caught Feige’s answer, which left no doubt that the two Ganutlets are not one and the same.
So there’s the usual line flubs, jokes, and “kick me” notes from the entire cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron, – and then you have good old Samuel L. Jackson calling Black Widow a motherf***er in typical Jackson style. Was omitting CAPTAIN MARVEL from AGE OF ULTRON a missed opportunity?