Saturday was probably the most exciting Saturday of 2016 for superhero movie fans. Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, at the ongoing San Diego Comic Con, made some big announcements about upcoming movies under Marvel Cinematic Universe, apart from launching the new company logo and theme music, composed by the Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino.
Mr Feige started with the Black Panther solo movie. He stated, “We don’t start filming that movie until January.” They informed that the script for the Black Panther movie is underway, and introduced a few names from in the upcoming first-ever black superhero movie. Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther, Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia and Danai Gurira as Okoye will be there in the movie.
Then, after a quick round of hilarity in the Thor mockumentary staring the cool god Chris Hemsworth, the Comic Con witnessed the launch of the new Thor logo and concept art.
They also talked about the upcoming Doctor Strange movie, by releasing its new trailer. The movie will release in November this year.
“Everybody loves Spider-Man,” as the producer said this, Spidey enters the hall. According to the director of Spider-Man: Homecoming, it will be a high school movie, about a 15-year-old kid.
The Comic Con also announced that the filming of Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 has been finished. Feige introduced James Gunn, the director the movie. They talked about the cast of the movie, in addition to releasing its poster teaser and concept art.
And, at last, Feige welcomed and introduced the very new Marvel superhero, or shall we say, the very first Female Superhero, Captain Marvel, which will be enacted by none other than Brie Larson. Her solo movie will release in 2019.