Interesting article.. Kevin Feige Talks Loki, Whedon, and Marvel Studios' Post-"Avengers" Plans
This has possibly been spoiled already but...
While Feige anticipated fans being excited for more Coulson, he was taken aback by the intense debate over what alien race Marvel would feature in the movie.
"Truthfully, they are Loki's army and what is most important about them is that they are Loki's army," Feige told CBR News. "The notion of Skrulls and Kree and the amount of speculation -- the great thing about the fans just want to know everything they don't know. They wanted to fill in the blank, and that blank wasn't particularly important of who the aliens were; we revealed Loki a long time ago, he was the main bad guy."
However, for die-hard Marvel Comics fans Feige recommended sticking around for a special after-credits scene that would reward some of their speculation.
"There's a reveal at the end -- the notion that Loki has made an arrangement with somebody, that somebody has provided these extremely deadly and creepy and cool aliens to fight alongside him and then to reveal who that somebody was, that's all Joss and that was sort of the big payoff," Feige said.
Though Marvel Studios has officially announced some of its next movies -- mainly sequels to the Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America franchises -- there has been off and on movement on an Ant-Man movie, tentatively to be helmed by director Edgar Wright, and a Runaways film, as well as talk about a possible Inhumans or Guardians Of the Galaxy film.
"The movies we've already announced are the ones we're working on most heavily and are the ones that are frankly taking up most of our imagination right now; how to bring Tony Stark back in a way that is unexpected and surprises people, how to evolve the Thor franchise and the Captain America franchise in new and unexpected ways to elevate them beyond what they started as," Feige said. "Doing something completely unexpected, outside the box, we're going to do that on these other Cap movies and Thor movies and Iron Man movies."
However, the producer added with a smile when asked about the possibility of an Ant-Man, Runaways, Inhumans or Guardians film, "Two of those four are much closer than people realize, and we'll be talking about them in the coming months!"