The Marvel films aren't just good superhero films, but good films in their own right, Captain America actor Chris Evans said in a panel on Sunday.
"I say, let's keep going, let's let the wave get bigger and bigger," Evans said. "It's not like they're making bad movies, they're making great movies and if you want to put them in this superhero box you can but they're good movies."
He said that Marvel has "a monopoly on it, they're doing it and no one else can try and copy it," perhaps making a dig at the critically panned Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - the film designed as the launch pad for a new era of connected DC Comics films.
The panel happened to coincide with the release of a new clip from the movie, debuted at the 2016 MTV Movie Awards.