Kevin Feige Reveals How They Chose Who Survived the Snap (and Who Didn't)

Plus, the President of Marvel Studios says Captain Marvel will play a significant role in Endgame and discusses Marvel's latest Stan Lee tribute.

by | March 4, 2019 | Comments

Ahead of this week’s release of Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel – the first standalone female superhero movie to emerge from the MCU – Kevin Feige sat down with Rotten Tomatoes to talk about the final days of Phase 3. Want to know how he, the Russo Brothers, and Infinity War‘s writers decided who to dust, and who to let live? The team was searching for Maximum Heartbreak. Want to know which Avengers will be the focus of Endgame? Feige is dropping hints. Watch the video above for more.

Captain Marvel is in theaters Friday, March 8, 2019. 

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