Kevin Feige claims 'Werewolf By Night' will become important for the MCU. Here's why we don't believe him.
So, by now you must've heard about Werewolf By Night - Marvel's latest disappointment that makes us think DC and Black Adam might actually have a shot to sit in the number 1 spot for a change. Don't get me wrong here, I'm not saying that the MCU is bad, no. Game of Thrones wasn't bad just because its last season sucked, and the MCU was glorious - and might be glorious again one day - it's just that... right now... the movies suck. And a Marvel version of the Wolf Man just ain't gonna cut it. At least that's according to me - Kevin Feige disagrees.
Kevin Feige Claims Marvel's Wolf-Movie Is Crucial
We are introducing a world that will ultimately become quite important to the future of the MCU.
So... down the line there's gonna be wolfie lining up next to twerking She-Hulk and Hipster-Hulk? Oh... I can't wait. I don't know what the MCU is doing, but whatever it is... they need to stop. This is not selling us Werewolf By Night... this is runing the MCU. Ok, granted, I can see the Werewolf fitting in with Blade, but honestly, we know nothing about Blade yet, so that's not particularly exciting as of yet. I think there's only one wolf needed in the MCU, and his comeback was a pleasant announcement.
While I love that Marvel is brave enough to pull off these genre-movies for Phase 4, I do worry that they're kind of losing sight of the bigger picture, which was exactly what made everything up until Endgame so great.