While talking with the New York Times recently, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige indicated that the overall plan hadn’t been significantly affected. “If the run we had in 2018 and 2019 had gotten disrupted this way, in the buildup to ‘Endgame,’ it would have been a bigger headache,” he said. “With these projects, it worked well,” he added that the debut dates for the TV shows were shifted only “by a matter of weeks.”
Kevin Feige recently spoke to the New York Times about the state of Marvel Studios and the upcoming batch of Disney+ series. The advent of the streaming service allows Marvel to explore areas of the MCU that hadn’t gotten much attention in the past. “The entirety of the love story between Wanda and Vision was basically one shot in ‘Age of Ultron’ where he swoops in to rescue her, they make eye contact and fly away. Then a bit more in ‘Civil War,’ a bit more in ‘Infinity War,’ but it all goes bad very quickly in that movie.” Yet their romance in the comic had built up over several decades.
Feige said this is their chance to honor the complexity of the title characters and Wanda’s reality-warping abilities.