Kevin Feige Remains Open To An AVENGERS VS. X-MEN Crossover Movie But There's A Catch

Kevin Feige Remains Open To An AVENGERS VS. X-MEN Crossover Movie But There's A Catch

Kevin Feige talks about his desire to bring non-Marvel owned characters into their Cinematic Universe but explains that an Avengers Vs. X-Men crossover could only happen in a very specific way.

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has made it clear recently that he's got no intention of teaming up with Fox to bring any of their Marvel characters into their Cinematic Universe, but that obviously doesn't mean he's given up on the idea of the likes of the Fantastic Four and X-Men coming home.  

In the video below, Feige touched on the possibility that characters not in the MCU could find their way back in the future and used a crossover between The Avengers and X-Men as a prime example. 

"My goal is to replicate the experience that, you know, comic book fans have reading the books up on the screen and we’ve been able to accomplish that beyond my wildest dreams over the last ten years," he explained before adding: "Spidey in Civil War and in the upcoming Infinity War is yet another dream that I didn’t even dare to talk about publicly because I thought the odds of it were very slim. So, no plans beyond that right now for any of the few remaining characters that aren’t already in the MCU, but I always say ‘never say never,’ who knows what can happen in the future?"

Fox is clearly happy with their superhero adaptations after the success of movies like Deadpool and Logan, while Marvel Studios produces hit after hit and needs neither the X-Men nor Fantastic Four. It's interesting, though, that Feige remains open to the possibility, but a shame that he'll seemingly only consider it if the X-Men were to enter the MCU in the same way that Spider-Man did last year.

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