Kevin Feige Says Marvel is Done With Massive, Multi-Movie Deals


Horror Movie Guru
Nov 30, 2019

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has outlined a new strategy for hiring and maintaining actors in the MCU.

During a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Feige explained that Marvel is moving away from the massive, multi-movie deals it once offered to its stars. Instead, he hinted that the talent will stay on board and return for additional projects if they're enthusiastic about the universe they've become a part of, without needing an expansive contract.

"It varies, project to project, cast to cast," Feige explained, reflecting on the sweeping talent deals previously inked by the likes of Chris Evans and Samuel L. Jackson. "Really, what we want are people that come in, are excited to be in the universe, are excited at the opportunity to do more things, as opposed to being locked into contractual obligations."


DIS Veteran
Jul 16, 2016
With the success of Disney + I can't see them doing to many movies after the slotted stuff. Tv shows seem to be doing better right now.