Kevin Feige originally could not use Blade, Ghost Rider, or Adventurer in MCU movies

Marvel movies originally couldn t consist of Daredevil, Blade, Ghost Motorcyclist, or the Punisher, a new book has revealed.

The civil liberties to certain Marvel personalities started reverting back to the workshop in the early 2010s, after they had actually been sold in the 90s. While Marvel Studios, led by Kevin Feige, was eager to put such personalities in the movies, Marvel Entertainment instead chose to utilize them for a organized television realm different from Marvel Studios, according to The Story of Marvel Studios: The Constructing From the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (H/T The Direct).

The film side had no control over those characters, regardless of their interest in establishing them, reviews the publication. Rather, they all mosted likely to Marvel Entertainment. Ghost Cyclist appeared in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and also the others were put in different streaming collection. The decision was made since the Marvel films were currently effective with the Avengers characters, as well as had the Guardians of the Galaxy team heading.

However in 2019, Feige gained complete innovative control over the MCU, and Marvel Studios currently creates all tasks. Marvel Entertainment TV programs were all terminated-- and also some no longer seem to be canon-- while new collection like WandaVision released on Disney And also (with a lot more on the means). While there are no verified plans right now for Adventurer, Ghost Biker, or the Punisher to return to the MCU, there is a Blade film starring Mahershala Ali in growth.

The following Marvel TV program to hit our screens will certainly be Hawkeye, which lands this November 24. Until after that, look into our total overview to Marvel Stage 4 for everything else the MCU has in store for us.