Kevin Feige weighs in on Spider-Man: No Way Home rumors and leaks

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Thanks to the recent celebration of the premiere of Black widow, the media were able to speak with Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios, who dropped several headlines about the upcoming MCU premieres. Thus, he assured that we will still have to wait a while to know something about Fantastic 4, both at the cast and plot level, although what attracted the most attention were his words about the rumors and leaks of Spider-Man: No Way Home, the long-awaited third solo installment of Spider-Man in the MCU. And Feige It does not seem to be very happy with certain things.

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And is that despite the fact that Spider-Man: No Way Home opens in theaters in less than six months, no official material has yet been shared beyond the logo and title of the film. Secrecy is maximum for this new spider movie; and it is that we remember that for months the possible landing of the Spiderverse Featuring movie franchise characters from Spider-Man’s past.

With everything, the middle Entertainment Weekly has not wanted to miss the opportunity to ask Kevin Feige about the rumors and leaks of the next Spider-Man movie, especially about the words of actors like Jamie Foxx O Alfred Molina, Electro and Doctor Octopus in the two previous Spidey sagas, and who have already secured their return in No Way Home. Kevin Feige responds:

“You know, people can talk. People have a microphone, some like to talk. To some people like me, not so much. Everything we do is hopefully with the intention of exceeding expectations and meeting surprises. Not all the rumors that are read on the Internet are true, far from it, but they are not all fake either”, Assures Feige.

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And it is that when asked about the possible return of the character Valentina Allegra de Fontaine (presented in the series Falcon and the Winter Soldier), Feige responds in a sarcastic tone: “You should ask Alfred Molina”. Will all the rumors and leaks of Spider-Man: No Way Home finally be fulfilled? Many hope so.

Source | Entertainment Weekly


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