Marvel Studio’s president Kevin Feige, recently sat down with The Hollywood Reporter to talk about the future of Marvel and some details regarding the deal that was announced on February, which allowed Spider-Man to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Feige talked about Marvel’s level of involvement in the upcoming reboot that is planned for a July 2017 release, as well as the possibility of the Avengers popping up on Spidey’s next solo adventure.
Feige also talked about some of the future Marvel movies, specifically Black Panther and Captain Marvel, revealing that a director for the former should be announced by the end of the Summer. He also revealed that he’s been in talks with Ava Duvernay, who’s heavily rumored to direct Chadwick Boseman as the King of Wakanda, following his debut next year on Marvel’s epic, Captain America: Civil War. Finally he talked about the possibility of recasting a role down the line, after the end of an actor’s contract.
Joining Feige in the interview was also Paul Rudd, who talked about his involvement in Captain America: Civil War, which is currently filming in Atlanta. Although the actor didn’t reveal which side he’ll be taking next year, he talked about his first day of shooting with his fellow Avengers and how excited he is to be a part of the Marvel Universe.
Ant-Man hits theaters on July 15, while Captain America: Civil War will premiere on May 6 next year.