In 2006, Marvel Studios made their first official appearance at Comic-Con in San Diego ready to announce new movies based on Marvel Comics characters Iron Man and the Hulk, to be directed by Jon Favreau and Louis Letterier. For Kevin Feige, who had already been involved with most of the Marvel movies going back to X-Men, he knew they had a lot of bad and disappointing previous Marvel movies to get past, including an earlier Hulk movie by Ang Lee.
There are few power players in Hollywood right now riding as high as Marvel Studios President of Production Kevin Feige, who has spent 13 years bringing Marvel Comics characters to the screen ever since he was given an inconspicuous... Read Post
Though it’s based on a Marvel Comics story, X-Men: Days of Future Past isn’t a Marvel Studios movie. But that doesn’t mean the president of Marvel Studios can’t enjoy it all the same. Kevin Feige, who helped produce the original X-M... Read Post