Kevin Feige, the MCU's most well-known head honcho, appears to have taken some time to reflect on this divisive stage. It's no secret that fan opinion regarding these new projects has remained somewhat split, but that's the nature of the beast.
If you try to appeal to everyone, you end up appealing to no one. Hats off to Marvel for attempting to do something different. Whether for the right or wrong reasons, Phase 4 has provided some incredible moments.
Kevin Feige spoke out about Phase 4, and which projects from the era he absolutely loved, while others failed and many fell in between. Shockingly, they weren't anticipated.
“I hope we learn something on every project.” Kamala Khan is a terrific new character in the pantheon. I also know — and this is a spoiler — that she basically steals The Marvels, which will be released on Disney Plus on July 28. This is a bonus feature for Moon Knight, who I believe has a future.
Ms. Marvel was informative, funny, and sometimes out-loud funny — but, without spoiling it, Kamala Khan's hero's journey fell flat when it came to some of the narrative and character motivations. Plenty of reviewers agree with us.
The reality is that not every negative review is a product of some organised assault on a project, and if enough people say something isn't entirely (emphasis on totally) up to snuff, it's probably true. Now Ms. Marvel is by no means bad, it just could have been better, for what it is.
Moon Knight, on the other hand, was liked from the start. Oscar Isaac's portrayal of the split anti-hero was flawless, and we can't wait to see how his character will be implemented in Phase 5. With Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania set to release on February 16, a whole new generation of Marvels stories is on the horizon.