Kevin Feige really is a master of deflecting questions, after the president of Marvel Studios gave an ambiguous answer on whether or not there will be a movie about the Young Avengers.

In an interview about Marvel’s upcoming projects, Feige, who was asked about a supposed movie adaptation of the 2005 comic book series, stated, “As a comic fan, anything in the comics is always our inspiration and our guide point. How those things come together and in what shape, it’s always subverting expectations, it’s always half the fun as meeting them.”

“But, yes, you can certainly see that Phase 4 is introducing all sorts of new types of characters with the potential being endless. Now, all of us at Marvel Studios feel like Nick Fury at the end of “Iron Man 1″, as new actors and new performers come in and we tell them they’re part of a bigger universe. They just now have to do the work required to build their audience. I’m happy to say everybody that’s here, certainly where I’m sitting now, is doing amazing work and [I] can’t wait to show them the world,” he added.

Although there has been no direct confirmation about the Young Avengers, many fans believed that Marvel Studios is slowly assembling the group, what with Disney+’s “Hawkeye” introducing Clint Barton’s protege and Young Avenger Kate Bishop, and Wanda Maximoff and Vision also revealed their two sons Billy and Tommy in the recent series, “WandaVision”. It is noted that Billy and Tommy are also known as teen superheroes Wiccan and Speed.

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Hailee Steinfeld plays Kate Bishop in Disney+’s “Hawkeye”

On the other hand, it was revealed that two more Young Avengers Miss America and Stature (Scott Lang’s daughter Cassie) will be appearing in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”, respectively.

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“WandaVision” introduces Billy and Tommy, known as Young Avengers’ Wiccan and Speed