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Will Marvel Ever Make Young Avengers Movie? Kevin Feige Responds

Will Marvel Ever Make Young Avengers Movie Kevin Feige Responds

Now that Marvel Studios has made several revelations regarding their upcoming projects in MCU at the Sand Diego Comic-Con, many fans have been left wondering why there wasn’t any mention of the Young Avengers?

Yes, it’s true. MCU’s Phase 4 will be ending with the release of its upcoming movie, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and fans cannot wait for the upcoming projects as well!

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Poster
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Poster

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SDCC, Young Avengers, And Fans

This year’s SDCC was probably one of the most hyped-up Comic Cons. All of the fandoms worldwide had been waiting for this day for a long time, hoping to get all the new updates regarding their interests.

Of course, none of the production houses at Comic Con failed to fill their fans up to the guts with excitement except a few (*cough* DC *cough*).

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Marvel, too, kept up their side of the deal and announced a whole myriad of projects that had the fans hollering with unkept excitement.

When Marvel started their announcements in Hall-H, they kept going on and on without any breaks, letting all of the fandoms know that they haven’t been forgotten and never will ever go unsatisfied with their favorite franchise.

However, being a human sucks because you can never be satisfied. Marvel fans’ insatiable desire for more cannot be easily met, although Kudos to Marvel for truly trying.

I bring this up because recently Marvel fans have brought up a very salient question regarding all the announcements (there were a LOT): Where are the Young Avengers?

Young Avengers
Fans Have Been Hoping For A Young Avengers Announcement

Nope, the fans were not referring to the literal geographical location of the characters but about the absence of any announcements including the bunch. Fans weren’t upset, per se, but they did express their teeny-tiny disappointment with the exclusion.

The announcements that Marvel did make included Daredevil: Born Again, Agatha: Coven Of Chaos, Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, Captain America: New World Order, Avengers: Secret Wars, and much more. Aside from these, Marvel also gave out some details about already announced previous projects including Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

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Kevin Feige’s Responds To Queries Regarding Young Avengers’ Appearance In Future Projects

When Josh Horowitz questioned producer and president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige for MTV News about the lack of announcements including the Young Avengers characters, he explained that a lot of new characters have been introduced in Phase 4 and that they all will “form their own cliques.”

“We’ve got… we’re sort of reminding people of all the amazing characters that we have introduced in Phase 4 and sort of where those characters go and how they how they form their own their own cliques.”

Kevin Feige
Kevin Feige At The Premiere Of Black Widow

He also mentioned a while back during an interview with Entertainment Weekly that he considers Phase 4 to have “endless potential” regarding the characters introduced.

“As a comic fan, anything in the comics is always our inspiration and our guide point. How those things come together and in what shape, it’s always subverting expectations, it’s always half the fun as meeting them. But, yes, you can certainly see that Phase 4 is introducing all sorts of new types of characters with the potential being endless.”

It is very clear that Kevin Feige has a lot on his mind what with these uncountable projects heading his way and I’m sure Young Avengers is a part of it too, so worry not my friends!

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SOURCE: The Direct.

Written by Anvesha Krishna

A content writer at Fandom Wire, An avid reader of books with a passionate interest in design, and a huge nerd for Celebrity gossip and news.