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Kevin Feige Reveals How Honest Trailers Affected Marvel Studios Films

When it comes to superhero flicks, fans tend to go into the films with high expectations -- especially when it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While some fan theories may ultimately prove to be true, there are plenty that are merely that -- theories -- that don't ultimately pan it. Then there are the plot holes that fans go on to spend time evaluating, trying to comprehend how these changes will impact the MCU going forward. And it would seem fans are not alone in noticing these things as Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has briefly addressed these vary issues in a brand new interview.

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Feige recently down with the folks at BET and was asked about YouTube series like How It Should Have Ended and Honest Trailers. Most would assume studios would go out of their way to avoid taking in criticism of its projects, but that doesn't appear to be the case with Marvel Studios; in fact, Feige suggests Marvel embraces both series.

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"Those are traditionally very funny," he explained. "There is [How It Should Have Ended] and Honest Trailers. There were times on [Captain America:] Civil War years ago where those things were more in the culture, and as we developed the movie trying to make sure there were as few plot holes as possible, we'd be like, ‘We don’t want this to show up in honest trailers.’ The answer to this larger question we’re having in the room, if we don’t solve it, they’re going to call us out on it. So oftentimes it’s a motivator."

Most recently, Honest Trailers released a special video featuring the entire MCU to celebrate the channel's 300th video. The 9 minute long video took a critical look at Marvel Studios' films thus far, with the only exception being Avengers: Endgame.

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Up next for Marvel Studios is Spider-Man: Far From Home, which hits theaters this week, ahead of the studios' return to Comic Con International later this month. It's expected that Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige will peel back the curtain on the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe during the studio's presentation in Hall H.

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