Executive producer Victoria Alonso exits Marvel Studios, reveals The Hollywood Reporter. Alonso first joined the studio as the executive vice president of visual effects and postproduction in 2005 and co-produced the Marvel Cinematic Universe films from Iron Man through to Captain America: The First Avenger.
Her role evolved into an executive producer on The Avengers, and she remained in that position until 2021 when she was promoted to president of physical and postproduction, visual effects and animation production.
This news has come as a shock to Marvel fans, as Alonso’s name is always recognised in the credits of the studio’s movies and Disney+ shows. Her journey with Marvel Studios has been truly astonishing. Her role was essential to the studio’s growth and function, they will not be easy shoes to fill.
Victoria Alonso and Kevin Feige took home a Hollywood Blockbuster Award for their work on Avengers: Endgame. Alonso has also won the VES (Visual Effects Society) award for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Motion Picture, and is nominated for the same award following her work on Iron Man.
The reasoning behind Victoria Alonso’s departure is still unconfirmed, but according to the exclusive report, her exit took place last Friday, March 17.
Alonso remains the executive producer for Marvel’s upcoming films Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 3 and The Marvels. She is also credited for the upcoming Disney+ shows Secret Invasion, Echo, Ironheart and Agatha: Coven of Chaos.
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