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Kevin Feige is adamant that diversity is going to be a big part of the future of Marvel movies. While that’s great to hear it’s also worth noting that they’ve been doing a pretty bang up job of it lately as we’ve seen more women and a great deal more ethnic feel within the movies, especially with the Black Panther film. As the MCU rolls on it’s going to incorporate even more diverse characters as it introduces Captain Marvel, a Black Widow solo film, and also the very likely possibility of an all-woman film from the MCU. There’s no doubt we’ll see the DCEU trying hard to match the MCU bit for bit but so far the MCU has made it plain that they’ve hit the ground running and aren’t looking to stop anytime soon.
With Black Panther it’s been established that the MCU has definitely become multicultural in what it will cover and what regions of the world it will delve into, and this is great considering that their are heroes from all over the world that belong to Marvel. Perhaps one of these days we might even see a fabled crossover between the MCU and DCEU. It’s enough to dream but at this point it’s not worth holding our breath for since the tensions between the two companies seem a little too high at the moment. But so far as the MCU goes it’s been pulling away from the white male hero for a while now, incorporating more female characters and now taking on characters from different racial and cultural backgrounds as well.
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