Marvel chief creative officer Kevin Feige is making the rounds discussing the upcoming Disney+ series “WandaVision,” but that hasn’t stopped him from teasing other projects.

Feige told Deadline that another new Marvel project — the long-delayed “Black Widow” — could debut on Disney+ streaming instead of movie theaters. He said he’s unsure what will happen, but there’s a possibility that it could debut in theaters or on streaming.

Here’s what he told Deadline:

“If I had a crystal ball, I’d look into it and tell you. I don’t. All I can tell you is that for the past three years since Bob Iger brought me into his office and talked about a streaming platform that would become Disney+ and asked us to start working on programs for it. Our long lead plan was to have the MCU and the storytelling woven between weekly episodic big swings on Disney+ and into the feature big swings in theaters. It’s my great hope that that continues. Don’t ask me week by week what is going to happen in this world, I have no idea and don’t want to guess. Everything we’ve done at Marvel Studios has been based in “OK, if everything goes perfectly, here’s what we’d like to do.” And until this past year, things have gone remarkably well. And it’s my hope that the world gets back on track and we all get back into theaters, and that people will see and experience week by week for the low monthly fee of Disney+ of what we’re bringing there, and then be excited to get together with people again in real life and sit with strangers and share an experience on the big screen.”

Marvel moves its movies

Disney delayed the releases of the Marvel films, including “Black Widow” and “The Eternals.” The company reportedly changed the dates once seeing “Tenet” pulled low numbers at the box office when it debuted during the pandemic, according to Variety.