Victoria Alonso, executive producer of Marvel Studios, resigns from her position
This Monday, The Hollywood Reporter announced through an exclusive that Marvel Studios lost an important element of its executive staff. According to the information, the Argentine producer, Victoria Alonso, who had worked for the famous studio practically since the Marvel Cinematic Universe came to light, left her position as executive producer last week.
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According to THRAlonso’s time with Marvel Studios goes back a couple of years before the premiere of the first installment of Hombre de Hierro and starting with The Avengers (92%) she served as the studio’s executive producer. So far, the reason for the resignation of alonso It has not been revealed, but it was reported that the well-known film producer left office on Friday, March 17.
alonso joined Marvel Studios in 2006 as head of visual effects and post production, helping the MCU take off with Iron Man – El Hombre de Hierro (93%) in 2008. With a 17-year career at the studio, alonso saw the MCU become the highest-grossing franchise in movie history; now, the veteran producer says goodbye to the company she helped establish.
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After the release of Hombre de Hierro In 2008, Alonso was also a co-producer on Iron Man 2 (72%), Thor (77%) and Captain America: The First Avenger (79%). She was promoted to executive producer of The Avengers of 2012, a film that achieved a historic collection of more than US $ 1.5 billion worldwide and that is currently in the number 10 position on the list of highest grossing films of all time. This installment managed to seamlessly prove that the concept of a superhero movie universe was profitable.
After this great success, alonso she served as an executive producer on subsequent big-screen installments as well as titles for Disney+. In 2021, she was promoted to president of physical production, visual effects and animation. In addition to her work with Marvel, last year alonso produced Argentina, 1985 (90%), a feature film nominated for an Oscar this 2022.
the departure of alonso comes after the opening of Phase 5 of the MCU with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (60%), a film that would supposedly cement the future of the Multiverse Saga, but which unfortunately did poorly at the box office and got reviews in mostly negative by critics and the general public.
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