Olivia Wilde has made Marvel fans very anxious. According to her, the Spider-Woman movie could fit perfectly into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Olivia Wilde herself confirmed the news in her own way, with an emoticon that suggested that, indeed, the film she is preparing with Sony would focus on Spider-Woman. Less than a month has passed since this information reached us. Since then we have had no new details, until now Wilde has missed a very revealing clue.
The director, in conversation with the podcast ‘Shut Up Evan’, has tried to juggle not to say too much about Spider-Woman but the attempt has been regular. Thus the track has not taken long to become quite clear, not only thanks to the contribution of Olivia Wilde but also to the rumors that were already circulating on the network. “All I can say is that it is by far the most exciting thing that has ever happened to me. Not only do I feel that I can tell a story that… ”, the interpreter starts and then interrupts her speech and drops the pearl. "God, it's like listening to me try to avoid Kevin Feige's pellet gun."
It has not been necessary more, the name of Feige related to what Olivia Wilde may or may not reveal about the project, already hints at what was said last March, that this producer who supervises the Marvel plots, would be working with Spider- Woman to make a niche for her in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, an introduction of the character in the marvelitas plots very much in line with what they have done with Tom Holland's Spider-Man.
Calm after the storm
If what Olivia Wilde wanted to say is that Kevin Feige would indeed be involved in the introduction of Spider-Woman in the MCU, we are talking about an exponential leap in terms of the relationship between Sony and Marvel.
And is that a year ago at this time the drama between both studios was at its peak, with Sony very disappointed by Disney's decision that Feige not continue as lead producer of Tom Holland's films. After this, a new agreement was sought, which the executives of the house of the mouse described as positive for Disney and also for Sony and the spectators. Even so, the feeling of instability after that did not disappear completely, so the expansion of teamwork between the two houses would be very good news.
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