Victoria Alonso, a longtime and high-profile Marvel Studios executive, has been with the company since its days. iron manhas left the studio, multiple sources say The Hollywood Reporter.
The reasons for the departure are unclear, but he parted ways with Marvel Silver, sources say.
Alonso has been with the company since the early days of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, establishing an enviable 17-year run and seeing the studio acquired by Disney from a Mercedes-Benz dealership in Beverly Hills. During his tenure, the MCU became 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 in 2008 as an associate producer. iron man. He served as an associate producer Iron Man 2 (2010), Thor (2011) and Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) Alonso was promoted to executive producer The Avengers (2012), the landmark film that grossed $1.5 billion and took Marvel to new heights, proving that the concept of a shared cinematic universe can really work.
Alonso served as an executive producer on Marvel’s subsequent releases and also worked on its Disney+ television series. In 2021, he was promoted to president, physical and post-production, visual effects and animation production.
Last year, he also produced an Oscar-nominated international feature Argentina, 1985.
Her departure comes in shadow Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum ManiaA poor showing at the box office and among critics and fans.
In addition to his behind-the-scenes work, Alonso has been a key ambassador for the studio’s advocacy efforts and was outspoken during Disney’s dispute with Florida over Disney’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill. “As long as I’m at Marvel Studios, I will fight for representation,” Alonso, who is gay, said at the time.
She was named as one of them Spanish people The Most Influential Hispanic Women in Magazine 2019 and 2020 THRShe has been listed on the Women in Entertainment Power 100 multiple times.