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  • - What Kevin Feige's takeover of Marvel really means!

  • They say it's good to be the king,

  • and if you are Kevin Feige, it must be real good.

  • On Tuesday, it was announced

  • that the Marvel Studios president

  • will now be taking over almost

  • all of the storytelling aspects of Marvel Entertainment,

  • as its new Chief Creative Officer.

  • Not only will Feige continue

  • to oversee the creative direction of the films,

  • but he will also take over publishing, i.e. comic books,

  • television and animation divisions.

  • - This is overwhelming. - On top of that,

  • Marvel TV and Marvel Family Entertainment

  • will move under the Marvel Studios banner

  • with the various heads of all these divisions

  • reporting to Feige.

  • Obviously, this has huge ramifications

  • and there is so much to unpack,

  • so let's break down what Feige's shiny new CCO title

  • means for the future of all of Marvel's moving parts.

  • First up, Marvel Studios and its films.

  • When it comes to the movies,

  • this is where there will be the least change.

  • Feige is already in charge of Marvel Studios

  • and controls the narrative arcs

  • that have long been developed with the Infinity Saga

  • and mapped out over the new few years

  • with Phase 4 and 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

  • Feige has shown that he's capable of running this studio,

  • and he has had good working relationships

  • with most of the people shepherding Marvel movies,

  • like the Russo's and Taika Waititi.

  • Expect things to stay on course in the MCU.

  • - Oh, this is nice. - Next up, Marvel TV.

  • Now this is where things start to get a little dicey.

  • We had previously reported that we might be seeing the death

  • of the Marvel Television division as we know it,

  • and this seems to reinforce that theory.

  • With Marvel's current TV offerings

  • splintered across several groups,

  • and with very little continuity

  • between Marvel's film and television offerings,

  • despite there originally being plans to,

  • their TV division has never had the consistency

  • of the movies.

  • We're looking at you, Inhumans.

  • But the big X factor that threw up warning flags

  • was the upcoming show slate for Disney+.

  • Shows like WandaVision and Hawkeye

  • will star Marvel Cinematic Universe characters

  • and will 100 percent take place in the MCU continuity.

  • And now that Feige is officially taking the reigns

  • of creative for Marvel TV, it seems like it is

  • in for a major restructuring.

  • We wouldn't be surprised if all of the current

  • and former TV continuity is deep sixed

  • to help streamline a new wave of television offerings

  • that would be more inline with the MCU timeline and budget.

  • Hell, there are rumors swirling currently

  • that the upcoming Ms. Marvel series for Disney+

  • will have recasted versions of the Inhumans,

  • Black Bolt and Maximus, furthering sidelining

  • the short lived Inhumans television series.

  • Plus, with the canceling of the Netflix Marvel series,

  • as well as shows like Legion and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

  • all wrapped up or finishing soon,

  • things are already starting to consolidate

  • into a more streamlined continuity.

  • So expect that trend to continue

  • where most, if not all, new Marvel shows

  • fit into MCU canon with maybe the exception

  • of their animated series, which can focus

  • on more purely kids' fair, or stuff

  • that wouldn't work in live-action very well,

  • like Howard the Duck.

  • Nonetheless, it will be interesting

  • to see what happens with announced Marvel TV shows,

  • like Hulu's Hellstrom.

  • But what about Marvel Comics?

  • This seems to be the biggest question mark

  • under this new dynamic.

  • Dan Buckley, president of Marvel Entertainment,

  • will continue on in his role with Joe Quesada

  • as a creative lead, but Buckley will now report

  • to Kevin Feige when it comes

  • to Marvel Comics creative direction.

  • This seems to open up most of the speculation

  • as to what creative direction Marvel Entertainment

  • will take under Feige's guiding hand.

  • And many fans are wondering what this means

  • for Marvel Comics continuity.

  • Could things get more streamlined,

  • will we get more books that could tie into the MCU,

  • could we see fewer hard resets and renumberings

  • in Marvel Comics, something that fans have grown tired of

  • after it happening multiple times

  • in the past few years alone.

  • Could we see it all reset in the Feige-verse?

  • - No. - Honestly, no one knows,

  • and that is both exciting and terrifying at the same time.

  • We'll just have to wait and see how it plays out,

  • but what about video games?

  • Well, this new change shouldn't affect Marvel games much,

  • as they're still under the purview of Marvel CEO

  • and chairman, Ike Perlmutter, instead of Kevin Feige.

  • And finally, what does this mean for Star Wars?

  • Absolutely nothing!

  • Kevin Feige still may or may not produce a Star Wars film,

  • but that's the same deal as before.

  • Though Marvel and Lucasfilm are both owned by Disney,

  • they are two separate companies,

  • and while there was speculation that Kevin Feige

  • could be taking over Lucasfilm,

  • Feige's new position feels much more like he's being groomed

  • to move up the Disney ladder,

  • instead of making lateral moves among Disney divisions.

  • But what do you folks think?

  • Are you excited that Kevin Feige is now CCO

  • of Marvel Entertainment?

  • What changes do you think are coming for Marvel Comics?

  • And do you think he will create all new versions

  • of previous Marvels shows, like Daredevil or the Inhumans?

  • Let's discuss.

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