Since 2021, she has been the executive president of production at the film studio and was one of the fundamental pieces in the creation of films such as “Iron Man”, “Thor” and “Captain America”.
victoria alonsoone of the key figures in theMarvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), left his position in the company after 17 years. The Argentine was the production executive president after entering the study 2006 as head of visual effects and post-production.
The news was shared this Monday by The Hollywood Reporter and yet no more details about the reason for the resignation nor did any official statement come out.
The producer of “Argentina, 1985” participated in the superhero universe from its beginning. She was co-producer of co-producer of “Iron Man” in 2008, “Thor” and “Captain America: The First Avenger” in 2011. In 2012, she was promoted to executive producer of “The Avengers,” the $1.5 billion landmark film that took Marvel to a new level of cinema.
In 2019, People magazine named her as one of the most influential Hispanic women in the world and served as the studio’s executive vice president of production until her promotion in 2021.
When he became president of the area, Alonso declared: “I never would have imagined that I would have this adventure ahead of me.and as far as I’m concerned, This is just starting“.
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