Kevin Feige spoke about X-Men and everything else.
One of the biggest events of this year was X-Men being in MCU. As you know before, Fox had the rights of X-Men. Disney bought a large portion of Fox including X-Men in the 3rd quarter of this year. For now, the deal has been made and everything's fine. According to US law, this progress takes between 6 months and 1 year. The most important name of Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feige spoke about X-Men and everything else.
“It’s surreal, In one way it’s incredibly satisfying. In the other way it’s nearly unbelievable from where we started. There were days when I wasn’t sure we would be able to get ‘Iron Man’ in theaters. There were days when I thought ‘Avengers’ was a pipe dream. And there were days after ‘Avengers’ where I thought, ‘Well, where do we go?' I think in a million years nobody would actively plan to build a studio the way Marvel Studios was built, but in hindsight, it was remarkably effective, We got to work at almost every studio in town except Warner Bros. and Disney, so we got to see the inner workings at the upper levels and got to learn amazing lessons from the inside, ways that we thought were good examples of how to make a movie, perhaps ways that were not as good. So when we ended up taking advantage of the pre-2008 market crash and got financing from Merrill Lynch — which Avi Arad and David Maisel put together and got a half a billion dollars for 10 characters — I was very excited, because at that point I was very, very ready to have the creative authority.”