Kevin Feige Confirms No Character is 'Unkillable' in the MCU

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 19:  Honoree Kevin Feige, winner of the David O. Selznick Film Award, speaks onstage during the 30th annual Producers Guild Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 19, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
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While fans are counting down the days until Avengers: Endgame hits theaters, many have also been fearful to see who will meet their ultimate demise. Although we’re hoping for most of our fallen heroes to be brought back after Thanos’ deadly snap in Infinity War, this will be the conclusion to the MCU’s Phase Three, meaning we’re sure characters will die.

And now that Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has confirmed no character is “unkillable,” we’re expecting the worst.

Feige spoke to /Film recently about how Captain Marvel’s powers are now revealed, but they still can’t protect her from everything.

"Well, the point of this movie was to see her exactly as you said, unleashed, unchained," Feige explained of Carol Danvers. "What happens when she taps into her full potential not being held back? So it was not the time to hold back. It was not the time to emphasize limitations or loss. We’d seen that over the course of the rest of the movie. We wanted to see her cut loose."

Feige also touched on how no one in the MCU is powerful enough to escape the clutches of death.

"In future stories, well, none of the Marvel characters are immortal," Feige continued. "Even ones that seem immortal, some people might be very hard to kill, but nobody’s unkillable. So if we’re lucky enough to see future adventures with Captain Marvel, of course there will be limitations and there will be Achilles heels and there will be things that we learn and see that it’s not as easy as a slicing through whatever she wants to at any point. But this wasn’t the time to accentuate that."

As Captain Marvel will spearhead the next phase of the MCU, she at least should be safe, for now. We’ll be praying for our favorite heroes when Endgame premieres on April 26.