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Executive producer Trinh Tran has been part of Marvel Studios since Iron Man flew into theaters in 2008.

 

Back then, she was an assistant to production manager Charlie Davis and finance executive Matt Finick, but in the decade since the MCU launched, Tran has ascended through multiple roles to become an associate producer on Captain America: Civil War and, then, an executive producer for Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame.

 

No longer an assistant, Tran is part of the creative team that has a say in shaping the stories that will drive the MCU into the future. With that, Shondaland caught up with Tran ahead of the release of Avengers: Endgame to talk about the MCU's goal to tell more inclusive stories, and why it's so critical to have women's voices both on and off the screen.

 

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