Kevin Feige, the Marvel CEO, believes in the long-term success of comic book adaptations

Kevin Feige, the Marvel CEO, believes in the long-term success of comic book adaptations ...

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will be the first step in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) fifth phase. Many people have wondered how long the movie will last or whether the audience will lose interest sooner or later.

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Feige told the Movie Business podcast that comic book films are just starting to take off. After all, Marvel has a long history that goes back many decades and a vast amount of filmmaking potential. But by the second year, people were already wondering how long the boom in comic book adaptations would last.

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'How many more films can you make that are based on novels,' says Feige, although comic books tell a lot more stories than the mostly similar superhero stories that dominate comic adaptations.

Is comic book culture as vast and varied as novels?

Feige stated that comic books, like novels, can tell any imaginable tale. If you take a look at it that way, comic book adaptations are certainly as varied as literary adaptations can be. So it remains to be seen if and when the cinema audience will lose interest in Spider-Man, Batman, and Co.

The Movie Business Podcast is a collection of short films.

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