The president of one of the leading superhero franchises in the world Kevin Feige is a very busy man. With a list of upcoming projects on the slate and producing the sequels and prequels of the successful franchises from the house of MCU- Kevin Feige is leaving no stone unturned in maintaining the legacy of the billion-dollar superhero franchise.

Kevin Feige
Kevin Feige

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Recently, Mohamed Diab spoke about the MCU head and even revealed his near superhuman dedication towards the superhero franchise. The first Arab filmmaker in the history of the MCU was totally impressed by Kevin Feige’s multitasking ability.

Moon Knight Director Mohamed Diab On Kevin Feige’s Near Superhuman-Like Dedication Towards MCU

Moon Knight director Mohamed Diab was present at the Saudi Film Forum in Riyadh. During an interview with the media outlet Arabic Marvel, the director spoke about multiple aspects of his association with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the series, and most prominently the President of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Kevin Feige. He said-

“Dealing with Kevin was a surprise. I said that I saw Kevin two or three times. This Kevin Feige is not a normal person because in every meeting he was present. In every meeting about the script he was present. We talked about the actors. The extras were there and they would send me what you think about this.”

Kevin Feige
Moon Knight Director Mohamed Diab

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He further mentioned-

“Well, no, that’s it.” “Nice. We talk about fashion, color and shape. Its intervention and presence in every letter is unimaginable. I was amazed that there was a person who could work on such a number of projects at the same time.”

While talking about his bigger plans with respect to the series, the filmmaker did not go ahead with revealing much. He mentioned-

“Everything is secret. As of now, I don’t know what the future of Moon Knight is. If you ask me, I think he will join the Avengers world. My boy. This is not known, but this is my expectation.”

Mohamed Diab is the brain behind Moon Knight. Amongst three other filmmakers, Mohamed Diab got the opportunity to work with the leading superhero franchise.

Kevin Feige On How Long He Wants To See The Marvel Cinematic Universe To Last

During an exclusive interview with the famous media outlet Entertainment Weekly Kevin Feige spoke about the 31st release from the house of Marvel Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and how he wants to see the franchise flourishing in the long run. The 49-year-old MCU President said-

“We’ve tried to make that our methodology since the start. If there’s a Marvel Studios method — like there was a Marvel method in publishing — it’s trying to do both. I’ve talked about this for years: If you want to dip in and out and just go to the movies on a Friday night or watch a streaming series, you can do that.”

While talking about the franchise he said-

“It’s like when people go to the comic shops. There’s Spider-Man and the Avengers and the big title ones. And sometimes you pick up a one-off or an experiment from an artist or writer that you’re a fan of. That’s why the comics have been around for 80-plus years, and I want Marvel Studios to be around that long, if not longer. So, we have to continue to do different types of things.”

He further mentioned-

“Does everything have to appeal to everybody? It would be nice. But I think that’s impossible. And if you try to do that, you’re going to find yourself in such a small funnel and pipeline that things will get similar and boring and atrophy very, very quickly.”

Kevin Feige had joined Marvel Studios back in 2000 as a producer. With his dedication to his projects, the producer rose to fame in the franchise within a short period of time. The studio went on to produce many critically and commercially hit projects like Captain America, Iron Man, and Guardians Of The Galaxy under his leadership.


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