Feige, who is now promoting the upcoming Ant-Man & Wasp, was asked about the depiction of marginalized communities given the success of Black Panther - and how genre films in the past have used it as part of the larger story. Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) is so close to completing his house arrest sentence when Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) and Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) show up to enlist his help after making a breakthrough in finding Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer).
The 38-year-old actor, who plays Wasp in the upcoming "Ant-Man and the Wasp" film, shared her thoughts about men saying their suits are uncomfortable and too tight during the film's press tour with BackstageOL.
Not only this, the details in her dress were so fine that a close look revealed her frock was lined with ruby red silk for a flawless pop of colour.
Just to make clear that she knows what she's talking about, when asked who Cassie's superhero identity would be, Fortson answered: "Stature".
"We know it's the summer". To be in a position where your name is in this title and these people are coming into the movie theatres to see that.
"Whereas, a woman's like, 'I don't know".
"Sometimes I will read characters and I will think, 'Who would do that?"
"[We have] both ones you've seen and ones you haven't seen", he told The Playlist. "Why do I have to go through this?" a clearly passionate Lilly continued. "I've watched white characters for so long and connected with them". Kevin Feige has specifically mentioned that T'Challa/Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) won't appear in the marketing materials for the movie, "because he's gone", so we can assume the same goes for any pre-release confirmation on every other dusted character. I think he's going to Europe with his friends.
You'll get your first clues of what's to come in Ant-Man and the Wasp, which opens July 5.
Regarding the new Wasp suit, fans have noted it's different than the suit revealed at the end of the first Ant-Man movie, with Evangeline Lilly explaining why.