Victoria Alonso, longtime Marvel Studios CEO and high-profile character whose work with the company dates back to the first Iron ManHe left the studio, multiple sources say Hollywood Reporter.
Sources say the reasons for leaving are not clear, but she broke up with the studio on Friday.
Alonso has been with the company since the early days of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, establishing an enviable 17-year tenure and watching the studio grow from operating above a Mercedes-Benz dealership in Beverly Hills to being acquired by Disney and becoming the highest-grossing franchise in film history.
Alonso joined the studio in 2006 as head of visual effects and post-production, and helped launch the Marvel Cinematic Universe as associate producer in 2008. Iron Man. Served as Associate Producer Iron Man 2 (2010), bull (2011) and Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), he was promoted to the position of Executive Producer on The Avengers (2012). The landmark film grossed $1.5 billion and took Marvel to new heights, proving that the concept of a shared cinematic universe can really work.
Alonso has served as an executive producer on subsequent Marvel releases and has also worked on the Disney+ TV series. In 2021, she will be promoted to President, Physical Effects Production, Post-Production, Visual Effects and Animation.
In addition to her work behind the scenes, she was An important ambassador for the studio’s acting efforts And he was vocal during Disney’s row with Florida over the Don’t Say Gay Bill. Alonso, who is gay, said at the time.
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