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Comic-Con 2008: Marvel Panel

Marvel’s panel today at Comic-Con featured Kevin Feige From Marvel Studios, Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada and Dan Buckley from Marvel Publishing and Craig Kyle from Marvel Animation.  Here are the highlights courtesy ComingSoon.net:

  • Kevin Feige said that the goal is to hire filmakers and get scripts in before casting their upcoming movies.
  • Feige also said that The Incredible Hulk lived up to their expectations and that the Hulk will make a return.
  • Marvel doesn’t believe they’ll ever get certain other characters back due to specific contractual obligations (i.e. it’s not likely Sony and Fox would let go of Spider-Man or X-Men).
  • Thor and Ant-Man are their two highest priorities over the coming year.
  • Feige wasn’t able to comment about whether Jon Favreau was officially signed on to direct Iron Man 2.
  • Dr. Doom won’t be in the Avengers movie because he’s part of the 20th Century Fox contract with Marvel.  He wouldn’t comment about whether he’d be apart of a future sequel.
  • He confirmed that a script exists for a Silver Surfer movie, but Feige said he believes Fox is going to wait and see how X-Men Origins: Wolverine does before commiting.
  • Marvel has no plans to license out any other characters that haven’t already been licensed out.
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  • http://fistyfistymonkeychan.blogspot.com/ Waldo

    Just out of curiosity, did the Marvel panel discuss anything related to their comics or was it all about movies?

  • http://fistyfistymonkeychan.blogspot.com Waldo

    Just out of curiosity, did the Marvel panel discuss anything related to their comics or was it all about movies?

  • http://entertainmentnow.wordpress.com/ Russ T.C.

    They did actually. ComingSoon.net’s report on the panel though focused solely on the Marvel Studios angle. Check out a site such as ComicBookResources.com, they should have a lot of reports on the Comic Book-related panels at the event.

  • http://entertainmentnow.wordpress.com Russ T.C.

    They did actually. ComingSoon.net’s report on the panel though focused solely on the Marvel Studios angle. Check out a site such as ComicBookResources.com, they should have a lot of reports on the Comic Book-related panels at the event.