Kevin Feige's recent comments about Marvel heroes becoming majority-female has left me scratching my head. Let's look at the status quo once James Gunn is done with "this version of the Guardians of the Galaxy" in summer 2020: 1. Captain America (Sebastian Stan): 4 films on his contract after A4. 2. Ant-Man. 2 films left for Paul Rudd. 3. Doctor Strange. 3 films left after A4. 4. Spider-Man. We know there'll be an MCU Spider-Man 3. 5. Black Panther. Chadwick Boseman only contracted for 5 films, but BP2 won't even be out at this point. 6. Hawkeye. 1 film for Renner after A4. 1. Black Widow. ScarJo's contract is over. I would think they'd have better things to do after her solo film than keep paying her what she'd demand. 2. The Scarlet Witch. Elizabeth Olsen would have 2 films left if she's more than a cameo in A4. 3. The Wasp. 4 films left if A4 is legally a cameo. 4. Carol Danvers. 4 films left. 5. Mantis. Originally an Avenger in the 1970s; Pom will have 2-3 films on a standard Marvel contract after GotG3, depending on whether her A4 appearance is a cameo. So I guess they could have a majority-female Avengers 5 if they let Renner go and cast a Kate Bishop. Sadly that would require getting rid of the Hulk! (Thor can be balanced by Valkyrie) But then Jack Kirby's Eternals are mostly male. So are the Fantastic 4. I'm baffled how he plans to keep men from being a majority while introducing new solo heroes after 2021. Ms. Marvel and Tigra to balance out Nova? Literally who to balance out Ghost Rider? Blade? No adding Wonder Man to the Avengers?