Kevin Feige Unveils Iron Man Scene Teasing Spider-Man & X-Men

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Marvel Studios has released an unfinished, deleted post-credit scene from Iron Man (the original one) that shows Samuel L Jackson's Nick Fury speaking to an unseen Tony Stark about the "Avengers Initiative".

It's been almost a month and everybody is still talking about Spider-Man leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe. "We pulled some things out of that vault that we said, 'We'll never show this to anybody, put it away, ' We're bringing them out, we're putting them on this disc, and I'm about to show you a deleted scene that has never been seen by anyone before right now". Marvel president Kevin Feige himself revealed a small deleted clip from Iron Man at the 45th annual Saturn Awards showing Nick Fury referring to both Spider-Man and X-Men. The Hulk, while "radioactive bug bites" and "assorted mutants" are clear nods to Spider-Man and the X-Men, respectively. You heard it! They were actually planning to make a movie with Iron Man and Wolverine together? Feige first made mention of this DVD box set, which ostensibly includes all of the movies from the first decade of the MCU ending with Avengers: Endgame, back in August.

Fury replies: "Nick Fury, director of S.H.I.E.L.D".

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Stark questions: "What are we Avenging?"

"Whatever the hell we want", Fury responds.

Disney and Marvel Studios hold the rights to the comic book characters in the cinematic universe, however Sony own the on-screen rights to Spider-Man.

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At the time, there was no indication that the Marvel Cinematic Universe would ever grow so prolific that it would be acquired by Disney and later expanded thanks to the acquisition of Fox and a separate deal with Sony.

As they see it, Sony is making a "tragic mistake" by pulling Spider-Man (played by Tom Holland) out of the MCU. It looks like our favorite web-slinging superhero from Queens will be shown the most love though, as shows like the 1979 Spider-Woman series, Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends from 1981, Spider-Man Unlimited from 1999, plus the 1994 and 1981 versions of Spider-Man will all be streaming on Disney+ as well.

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