During the continuing phenom that is The Avengers, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige talks with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar on the Disney lot in Burbank.
He discusses the company’s future flicks including Iron Man 3, Thor 2, Captain America 2 and two others he says they haven’t announced.
Regarding Marvel properties still handled by other studios — Spider-Man and X-Men in particular — Feige notes “as long as they are making them [with] quality, that will be good.” Massar asks if the Disney Studios job is ”something that you’re interested in at all?” Feige replies, “I’ve got a very good job right now.
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