With Kevin Feige involving in the next Star Wars movie, will the franchise turn the course and be as awesome as MCU films?

Star Wars has been around for a time longer than that of the Marvel Cinematic Universe but still could not create a fan base stronger than the latter. Though it was only in a decade time that Marvel Cinematic Universe has kicked off, it is unquestionably more popular than Star Wars.

Under the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feige has shepherded a total of 23 films that have together led to the final ad the ultimate movie Avengers: Endgame that went on to become the highest-grossing movie after all time beating Avatar.

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Kevin Feige now is going to have many more responsibilities than before. With his recent promotion, he is now going to deal with something else apart from the Marvel Studios. With Disney’s ownership of both Star Wars and Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feige is now allowed to spread his creativity further.

Kevin Feige is currently all set to produce a new Star Wars film for Lucasfilm and Disney. At first, with his promotion, it seemed that he would leave the Marvel Cinematic Universe and take over Lucasfilm, but his Marvel promotion made it less possible.

Kevin Feige will make a Star Wars film and this time his collaboration with Lucasfilm could make them learn a thing or two from Kevin Feige and Marvel Cinematic Universe.

There are multiple things that Star Wars franchise can learn from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and what Kevin Feige can possibly do for the franchise to become a hit.

One thing that Lucasfilm could possibly take up from the Marvel Cinematic Universe is that they could take things slow. Ever since Lucasfilm has relaunched the Star Wars under Disney flagship in 2015, they have released one film year and have clearly rushed the return of the Star Wars. But Solo and Rogue One both had troubled production units, similar to the problems faced by the Marvel Cinematic Universe during the production of Ant-Man, Iron Man 2 and Thor: The Dark World.