Kevin Feige On Concluding The ‘Thor’ Trilogy & The Next ‘Spider-Man’ Villain

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With Spider-Man: Homecoming arriving in theaters tomorrow and Thor: Ragnarok roughly for months away from release, fans are curious to see how the events of both films might shape the conflict with Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. In an interview with the Toronto Sun, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige discussed how Thor: Ragnarok will lead into Infinity War and offered a vague hint on the identity of the next Spider-Man villain.

Kevin Feige hinted at significant changes to the MCU following the God of Thunder’s next adventure when asked if Thor: Ragnarok will be the end of a trilogy:

“I think that we are finding ourselves as we complete Phase 3 and finish this 22-movie narrative that it’s working out that way. We did three Iron Man films, three Captain America films, three Thor films. Things change drastically in Ragnarok and then build directly into Infinity War.”

While Kevin Feige would not reveal the identity of the villain who will appear in the Homecoming sequel, he did indicate that it will not be a character who has been used before:

“We are excited to use characters that you haven’t seen before on screen. So that narrows it down a little bit in terms of who will pop up next. Spider-Man has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to villains and there are a lot that haven’t been touched upon. It’s those that we will be looking at first.”

What changes do you think will occur during Thor: Ragnarok? Which villain do you to see Spidey take on next? Share your thoughts below!

Directed by Jon Watts, the film stars Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Zendaya, Donald Glover, Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, Tony Revolori, Tyne Daly, Bokeem Woodbine, Michael Chernus, Kenneth Choi, Hannibal Buress, Martin Starr, Michael Barbieri, Angourie Rice, Abraham Attah, Marisa Tomei and Robert Downey Jr.

Spider-Man: Homecoming will be released in theaters on July 7, 2017.

Source: Toronto Sun

8 Things We Want To See In The ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Sequel

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Spider-Man: HomecomingSpider-Man: Homecoming is already getting a whole lot of buzz. Spidey’s first movie set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe in partnership with Sony seems to be paying off and will be beneficial for everyone involved. We here at Heroic Hollywood loved it and consider it to be best Spidey movie and even one of the MCU’s best films. It’s no surprise that there’s going to be a sequel, though its title currently remains a mystery.

One big surprise is how soon we will be getting a Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel. The second MCU Spider-Man movie is set to kick off Phase 4 and is already dated for a 2019 release. That leaves little time before Marvel and Sony start production for the next film and we can begin our excitement all over again. Having not seen the first film, here are a few theories as to where the sequel can go. Click Next to take a look…

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Sebastian Peris

Sebastian Peris

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  • Scorpion for sure for the SP:H sequel, bet there will be a second one at least. Likely not Kraven or Mysterio since Sony recently peed on them as possible spin off movies…. Both those would of been awesome though, especially Kraven. Could of tied to Black Panther? Is there a good SP villain that shares DNA with Doctor Strange? I believe once we know who will be the “mentor” hero in the sequel might give more insight but I bet they aren’t sure yet.

  • Rob

    I hate that Sony has taken out of the equation the best Spider-Man villains not being the overused Green Goblin for spin off films.

    If they were smart, they would have let Venom be the villain in the Homecoming sequel and then spin him off into his own movie. I still don’t know how you can have a Venom movie without introducing him in a Spider-Man movie. Tired of the origins movies, but he is so tied to Spider-Man, you almost have to introduce him again in a Spider-Man movie.

    I definitely don’t want the Green Goblin again. He has been overdone. Some of the other villains are too one note for a lead villain like Rhino.

    I wouldn’t mind seeing Morbius or maybe bring Kingpin to the big screen.

  • Cody Fairless-Lee