Marvel President Kevin Feige recently discussed some unexpected team-ups in the upcoming Marvel films.
In a recent interview with Vulture, he spoke about the upcoming Russo brothers Infinity War and its following sequel and the team-ups he was most looking forward to.
"There are so many, but I would say, both because of the actors who've created them, Doctor Strange and Tony Stark. Particularly in Infinity War and the movie after that," Feige teased, smiling, "there are...unexpected team-ups."
He also discussed the screenplay and how the writers were able to deal with writing about so many characters.
"Well it's about the screenplay and Chris Markus and Steve McFeely - out of everyone we've worked with - have a very deft hand with the balance." Feige said. "There are a lot of characters in [the first] Captain America; there are a lot of characters in The Winter Soldier, and of course Civil War has as many as we've ever had, so it's in very capable hands [when] it comes to divvying up the storylines in a way that services a primary narrative but [also] showcases many characters."
Feige goes on to reveal that not all of the characters will have an equal amount of screentime, with some only having small story arcs.
"When outlining it we certainly had those conversations. I mean in the same way, that in Civil War not everyone has the same amount of scenes or lines, I think you can assume that with so many characters we'll have to be as rigorous right? Where we saw well these people will have sort of larger stories and these people will have smaller stories, and hopefully, they can flip in some cases. I know a few right off the top of my head that have a small part here and bigger part here."