Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be familiar with Marvel's regular presence in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con, hosting huge panels to unveil upcoming movies, announce new cast members and take questions from fans.
It's interesting that Marvel is thinking about organizing its own convention.
Don't worry Thor fans, you'll get a little extra time with your Asgardian prince once the credits roll on Thor: Ragnarok. /Film's Peter Sciretta will have his own one-on-one interview with Feige here on the site closer to the film's release, but in the meantime, I've collected some of the uber-producer's comments from other interviews in which he talks about the connective tissue of easter eggs, Captain Marvel's whereabouts, Feige's plans for Marvel Studios Phase Four, and much more.
"Over the years there have been discussions about that".
Feige laughed, explaining to press including CBR the intimidation factor that comes into play when you're "tapped on the shoulder and turn around to find a gang of the MCU's female powerhouses, all standing and waiting to hear what you have to say". That being said, I think [Star Wars] Celebration is pretty wonderful. "I think we have enough content, and enough fans, and enough ideas that we could easily do something like that, I'm just not sure where or when".
Up next is Thor: Ragnarok, and at last night's world premiere Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige offers up that the next four Marvel movies - Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, The Avengers: Infinity War, Ant-Man and the Wasp - will be be different and unique.
Star Wars Celebration is a vast Star Wars fan event, operating on a similar scale to Comic-Con.
Ever since Robert Downey Jr. tore up the screen as Tony Stark in 2008's Iron Man, Marvel has used the time that used to be reserved exclusively for a movie's credits to tease future films, give fans a little closure, or just make a amusing joke.