Originally Posted by samsnee
I stand by my interpretation.
No offense, but your interpretation is wrong.
You singled out one part of the quote and completely ignored the context. You created your own context.
What Feige said:
"At no point do we want him to just be a robot. We want him to have an extreme personality and attitude, and James Spader is doing an unbelievable job. Again, for us it's always about subverting expectations."
What you must have read read:
"Joss Whedon is doing wonderful things with the script. The thing about our movies is that you never know what's going to happen. They're always unpredictable. Again, for us it's always about subverting expectations."
Context makes the last sentence in both quotes mean two different things.