Why Victoria Alonso is leaving Marvel at the most inopportune moment

The departure of the production chief comes at a turbulent time for the company, which is facing massive layoffs and new cost constraints, and for the forex industry as a whole.

In the summer of 2019 at the home video bottom for Captain Marvel, Victoria Alonso, then head of production at Marvel Studios, had a question. In an innocuous request, Kevin Feige, the studio’s president, referred to the studio as its “boss”.

“He’s not my boss,” Alonso said before answering a question. She was right: she was technically reporting to co-president Louis D’Esposito, not Feige. And yet it was the moment when her cold-blooded shell cracked, if only for a moment, and the uncompromising performer within was exposed.

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