Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige says the seminal success of Black Panther has encouraged Disney's own studio to continue To Investigate (19659004) On the Question of Coming Soon When the Powerhouse Performance of Black Panther More efforts to involve color heroes like Kamala Khan, America, means Chavez or Miles Morales said fig "Absolutely, yes."
"It was the path we led in some way, because it's great stories from the comics," said Feige.
"The success of Black Panther like a lot of things with the story of Marvel Studios have encouraged us to just keep going and keep moving forward."
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"I loved that about genre films, sci-fi movies, you tell these very serious, very real stories – the X-Men are a great example of that – just great sci-fi stories about things like alien races or wars, but you really talk about contemporary society, "said Feige.
"You really talk about people what I love, it gives you some fun and entertainment on screen, because that's what I want to see when I go to the movies, but you get a message." Empathy is a great word you say. [ Black Panther Director] Ryan Coogler used to say something great when people asked him, "Will non-color people see the movie?" and he was like, & # 39; Yes, I have seen and associated white characters for so long. "
Black Panther was the first Marvel Studios production with a black and a predominantly black cast, a rarity in both superheroes genre and mainstream filmmaking – and his success signals the hunger for a diverse audience that continues to present itself on the screen.
Marvel Studios next releases Ant-Man and the Wasp – the first Marvel production of the title of a heroine – followed by Brie Larson Captain Marvel the studio's first production, the one Woman in the lead role.
"I think Black Panther proved that this will be the case, I think Ant-Man and The Wasp will prove that, and I hope that Captain Marvel will prove that, "said Feige.
"Even in harsh daily papers by Captain Marvel a I see what Brie does in this costume even before the effects are turned on, so if you fly them and use their powers, you'll be inspired I sit up and feel more heroic when I see how she does those things, and I think that's the relationship between audience and film, and it will work, and someday into the future with the other characters you mention
The baseball cap sports producer said the Marvel Cinematic Universe will continue to expand through the inclusion of more LGBTQ + characters. Much more "more female directors, as well as" new heroes, new types of Heroes', a promise that comes when the MCU opened after Avengers 4 .
Ant-Man and the Wasp opened on 6 July, followed by Captain Marvel March 8, 2019, Avengers 4 May 3, 2019 and Spider-Man: Far From Home July 5, 2019.