Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has been given a promotion, adding the title of Chief Creative Officer for Marvel in addition to his current job.
As a result, he will now be responsible for the overall creative direction of Marvel’s storytelling across all its mediums including comics, film, TV, and animation. As a result of this, Marvel TV and Marvel Family Entertainment (which produces animation) will now fall under the Marvel Studios banner as opposed to the Marvel Entertainment banner which is controlled by Marvel Entertainment chairman Ike Perlmutter.
So all the company’s key creative executives across film and TV will now report to Feige. Dan Buckley will remain president of Marvel Entertainment, oversee publishing operations, sales, creative services, games, licensing and events and reporting to Feige. Joe Quesada will continue as executive vice president, creative director for Marvel Entertainment, reporting to Buckley.
No decisions have been made regarding changes to either current projects or those in development. Feige continues to report to Walt Disney Studios co-chairman and chief creative officer Alan Horn and co-chairman Alan Bergman.
Source: Heat Vision