Things will be done differently with actors from now on in the Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe.
The movies and series of Marvel Studios have in common that they have a large number of stars from Hollywood. So that they could be available to appear in the different installments that have been released since 2008, they used to sign long-term agreements. But it looks like that will change from now on.
For example, they signed Samuel L. Jackson for nine Marvel Studios movies, Sebastian Stan for 7 and Chris Evans He was in 6 movies before he could renegotiate his contract. While the film studio was caught with the conditions that gave it to Robert Downey Jr. in exchange for having it available for many years.
However, from now on they will do things differently. This has been confirmed by the head of Marvel Studios himself, Kevin Feige.
“That got a lot of attention when we signed Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Evans and Samuel L. Jackson. But it varies now. It varies, from project to project, from cast to cast. Really, what we want is people who come, they are excited to be in the universe, they are excited for the opportunity to do more, instead of being locked in contractual obligations. “
The franchise will continue to have big stars.
A few years ago, the superhero genre was quite popular, but Marvel Studios It was not the successful franchise that it is today. Therefore, all Hollywood actors know that entering their films and series is a guaranteed success and will skyrocket their popularity and what is better, their cache.
Probably, that they do short contracts now is because from the Phase 4 there will be no movies as big as Avengers: Infinity War (2018) the Avengers: Endgame (2019). Therefore, they do not have to be tied to the actors to be available for future planning plans. Marvel Studios and the projects can be adapted to all the agendas in a more coherent way. Since making those two films was crazy that involved the best actors of today.
All movies of Marvel Studios can be seen in Disney Plus streaming platform.