Know Your Idol – Marvel Studios executive Victoria Alonso has left the studio, Variety confirmed. Victoria has been with one of today’s biggest companies since the start of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, building a wealth of work with the company over 17 years and watching Marvel Studios grow. During his tenure, the Marvel Cinematic Universe became the highest-grossing franchise in film history.
Victoria joined Marvel Studios in 2006 as executive vice president of visual effects and post-production, serving as one of the producers on early MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) films such as Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger.
After that, Victoria Alonso worked as an executive producer on every Marvel Studios film and TV show since The Avengers which was released in 2012. In 2015, Victoria was promoted to production executive and in 2021 she was named president of physical, post-production, VFX, and animation at Marvel Studios.
In his role, he oversaw everything related to Marvel’s post-production, including its visual effects work, which has been repeatedly harshly criticized by visual effects professionals.
However, recently, the visual effects in the film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania which aired last month received some harsh criticism and reviews for the film received more negative reviews than previous Marvel films.Even though Victoria suddenly left Marvel last Friday, Victoria still has a producer credit on the upcoming Marvel film, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and The Marvels. The series on Disney Plus are Secret Invasion, Ironheart, Echo and Agatha: Coven of Chaos.
In addition to her career with Marvel, she was also featured several times in Variety’s Power of Women L.A. Variety also exclusively announced that she had written a memoir, entitled Possibility Is Your Superpower, telling about her career in Hollywood after growing up in La Plata, Argentina.
“You don’t need a cape, you don’t need a hammer, you don’t need a shield. “Your superpower is your voice, and your voice will create change for yourself, for society, and for those you love,” said Alonso. “If you use your voice, you will create the energy that will bring change to us. Not using your voice is silence, and silence is poison.” said Alonso in his memoir, Possibility Is Your Superpower, which contains his work in the Hollywood industry.