This week comes to Disney Plus the Scarlet Witch and Vision series, the first production of phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that will see the light, giving the starting signal to the new batch of Marvel movies and series that will return to us lead to a universe full of superheroes … and supervillains. Naturally, someone like Kevin Feige has been very busy interviewing these days. Luckily, our colleague David Lorao has had the opportunity to participate in a panel discussion with him and other members of the cast and crew of Scarlet Witch and Vision, and has obtained some very interesting statements that you will be able to read soon in his interview.
However, we are going to echo one of the confessions that Kevin Feige made during the round of questions, when the architect of the MCU was asked if he was following the advances of The Mandalorian series, especially considering his role as producer in one of the future Star Wars movies.
Kevin Feige confirmed that he was following with interest the series created by Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, not only to help him in his future project with Lucasfilm, but also in order to learn for the Marvel series that will soon arrive at Disney Plus.
One of the aspects that most interests Kevin Feige of The Mandalorian is the use of Stagecraft technology with which much of the Star Wars series is filmed, making use of scenarios rendered in real time and dispensing with the use of blue screens. He also paid a lot of attention to the performance of the series with a weekly launch format, which has already been adopted by Marvel series in order to meet the demand for Disney Plus both in terms of subscriber maintenance and time. to link one series with the next, as will be the case of Falcón and the Winter Soldier, which will start when Scarlet Witch and Vision ends.
What do you think about Kevin Feige taking note of the virtues of a series like The Mandalorian? Remember that you will soon have more interesting statements from Feige and the cast members of Scarlet Witch and Vision in David Lorao’s interview with the team.