When it comes to Marvel Comics film adaptations, Kevin Feige has been around since day one. And I don’t mean Iron Man, which kicked off the experimental Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008.
Feige has been watching the comic-book genre grow and evolve for decades, and has even helped to shape the landscape with his contributions.
I’m referring to the fact that Feige was an intern for Lauren Shuler-Donner on the original X-Men movie, then became an assistant for Avi Arad on Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy.
So when we got a chance to speak recently, I asked him about things he learned back in the day, and how he applies them to the modern Marvel movies.
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