The president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, wanted to leave the UCM to sign for Warner Bros. Pictures and take charge of the DC Universe.
Kevin Feig was very close to giving up Marvel Studios. The president of the most successful cinematic universe in the world (with the permission of starwars) was tempted to leave the study because of the personal and professional problems he was dealing with ike Perlmutterformer head of the television plot and orchestrator of disasters as inhumans. The current president of UCM then wanted to sign for Warner Bros. Pictures to take care of DC Universe. The truth is that he would not have been bad at all, taking into account the situation in which he was. DC Extended Universe for those times.
Kevin Feige was in serious talks with Warner Bros to lead DC at one point when he wanted to escape the creative oversight of Ike Perlmutter.
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As reported by the prestigious media outlet puck, “Kevin Feige was in very serious negotiations with Warner Bros. Pictures to lead the DC Universe at a time when he wanted to escape Ike Perlmutter’s creative oversight.” So surprisingly, the president of Marvel Studios was nowhere near leaving his successful universe and signing on with the competition. It would have been quite an event, although at that time the image of the “uncle in the cap” was not the same as it is now. However, the DC Extended Universe would have come in handy. Of that we are sure.
What could have happened if this had been done?
First of all, the Marvel Cinematic Universe It wouldn’t have been the same without Kevin Feige. The creative importance of this executive is capital. He has recently been noted in cases such as Spider-Man: No Way Home Y Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, since the most important decisions regarding his narratives come from his head. In turn, the DC Universe would have been spared the poor decisions Warner Bros. Pictures executives made regarding their universe. Starting with the studio’s inability to let its filmmakers work freely.