Marvel’s Kevin Feige admits studio is ‘planting seeds’ for Young Avengers to appear in MCU
Younger, more diverse Avengers, assemble! Kevin Feige, the man with the plan over at Marvel Studios, has admitted that audiences could expect to see the team of Earth’s Adolescent Heroes hit the big screen sometime in the not-too-distant future.
In fact, at a press junket promoting the upcoming Ant-Man And The Wasp, Marvel Studios head Feige told Heroic Hollywood that the studio is “planting seeds” for Young Avengers to appear in the MCU.
Young Avengers is a team of adolescent heroes introduced in the comics in 2005 with connections to the Avengers. The team includes Cassie Lang, aka Scott Lang/Ant-Man’s daughter, who goes by the codename Stature. Power Pack, meanwhile, is a superhero team made up of four young siblings who appear in the books published by Marvel Comics.
Not only is it the next logical step after adding LGBTQIA characters to the cinematic universe, but it also makes sense to set the stage for the next phase of the MCU whenever Robert Downey Jr. (or whomever in the original cast, really) has decided he’s made enough money and may be too old to play Iron Man (he’s been Tony Stark for 10 years and counting, people). After all, given fans’ love of continuity, it wouldn’t make much sense to reboot one franchise within the MCU while continuing with others. Plus, we already know of one Avengers actor looking to call it a day with pretending to save the world.
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