In response to those adaptation rumours, Kevin Feige has spoken up. Finally, in response to persistent words that the MCU will contain a Secret Wars movie soon, Marvel head Kevin Feige has spoken up.
Especially after Marvel filmmakers Anthony and Joe Russo indicated that they’d love to work on it, rumours have circulated that a Secret Wars film could be in the works. The film would include an even bigger superhero and villain crossover than Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
Nevertheless, does this indicate it’s genuinely on its way to fruition? As a result, Feige has cautioned fans not to get their hopes up too soon. “I’ve also heard those rumours. So why is it that everyone is talking about it right now, anyway? That’s what I’m interested in finding out.” Telling ComicBook.com, he said: After then, I believe everyone will express their opinions on the subject. Then I think that the event is going to take place.”
So it’s neither a yes nor a no, although Feige did reveal that the MCU team has plenty of comic-book material to draw from if they so desire.
“This is a huge crossover that’s a lot of fun. As a result of Marvel Comics’ obscene wealth, we could [adapt] a slew of excellent crossovers”, as he pointed out. The MCU has a large number of projects in production right now.
“In addition to the seven or eight Disney+ shows, we’ve already begun filming our 31st and 32nd MCU films, and there are plenty of other questions you can answer. And that’s very impressive.”
From 1984 to 1985, our favourite Marvel Superheroes and villains were sent to a planet named Battleworld, where they were compelled to fight it out by cosmic monster The Beyonder.
Two of the four MCU movies directed by the Russo brothers termed Secret Wars “event-storytelling at its finest” last year, with Anthony praising the film: What fascinates us most about this plot is that it’s much more ambitious than the Infinity Saga.
With Loki introducing He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors) and the Multiversal War between several versions of himself, the MCU is finally beginning to open its Multiverse.
A spell made by Doctor Strange goes bad in Spider-Man: No Way Home, while Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will both explore the theme.
Secret Wars is a plausible option, but it remains to be seen whether or not it will materialise. In addition to Disney+, Avengers: Endgame is available on DVD, Blu-ray, 3D, 4K, and digital download.