Kevin Feige isn’t ruling out Harry Styles returning to the MCU as Starfox sometime in the near future.

Speaking with Entertainment Tonight, Feige was asked if Styles, who made his MCU debut as Starfox in the mid-credits scene of 2021’s Eternals, would be returning for another Marvel Studios project sometime soon.

“He’s excited, we’re excited, we will see,” Feige answered. “We’ve introduced a lot of new characters in a lot of movies and a lot of tags. Where do the tag folk reappear? That’s a good question.”

In the comics, Starfox/Eros, created by Jim Starlin, first appeared in 1973’s The Invincible Iron Man #55 and is the brother of Thanos. While he’s an Eternal who was born on Titan, Starfox has also been a member of the Avengers and recently played a major role in 2022’s Judgment Day event.

While there’s been no official word from Marvel Studios as to whether or not a sequel to Chloé Zhao’s Eternals is in development, Zhao and other cast members have previously said they’re open to returning for another Eternals project.

In August 2022, Patton Oswalt, who also appears in the Eternals mid-credit scene with Styles, said an Eternals sequel was in the works; however, he later clarified in February 2023 that he was mistaken and had been “catfished by the internet.”

Feige has spoken about Styles’ MCU return in the past, as he told MTV News in June 2022, “The adventures of Eros and Pip is something that’s very exciting for us.”

Eternals is currently streaming on Disney+. Styles can also be seen in 2017’s Dunkirk (directed by Christopher Nolan), 2022’s Don’t Worry Darling (directed by Olivia Wilde), and 2022’s My Policeman (directed by Michael Grandage).

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