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Avengers 5 Gains Familiar Marvel Director
Marvel Studios brought the house down at Hall H at this time's San Diego Comic- Con when chairman Kevin Feige published that the coming two Avengers movies will limit off Phase 6 and the Multiverse Saga. These two films are named Avengers The Kang Dynasty and Avengers Secret Wars. Grounded on the title, one of them will at least completely explore the backstory of Jonathan Majors' Kang the Conqueror.
While the exact plot details from the coming two Avengers movies are still being kept under wraps, one of the main topics of discussion among fans is who the films' directors will be.
The Russo Brothers, who directed Avengers Infinity War and Avengers Endgame, have been the top applicant to direct similar ensemble films. still, Joe Russo has formerly debunked that he and his brother are in talks with Marvel about helming another Avengers flick.
Feige also verified that the Russos are" not connected" to the coming two Avengers films while also promising to fans that they will soon find out who'll be the director of these massive ensemble movies soon. Now, it looks like one of the filmmakers who'll helm the coming Avengers movie has been revealed in a report.
In addition to the Shang- Chi effect, Avengers The Kang Dynasty marks Cretton's third film in the MCU. This comes after Cretton signed an overall deal with Marvel Studios that he signed in the wake of Shang- Chi's success.
On the small screen, Cretton is also set to develop a Shang- Chi derivation series and will also serve as executive director on the reported Wonder Man Disney series.
Back in December 2021, Cretton was asked if he would like to emulate what the Russo Brothers did during the Infinity Saga moving from single superhero movies onto ensemble stories like the Avengers movies. The Shang- Chi director admitted that it's" definitely not a hope of mine," saying that he does not" really aspire for one or the other"
" That is surely not a stopgap of mine. I do not really aspire for one or the other. Once we land on the story that we want to tell, it will define how numerous characters will enter that story. But I am mainly excited to explore the characters more and their emotional journeys, and watch them grow and try to achieve effects and fail, and see how they get themselves up out of the mud. So that is what I am most agitated. And I am not sure how numerous characters we'll be introducing in the coming one."
The timing of Cretton's hiring for The Kang Dynasty could also allude that effects are moving snappily for at least one punishers film. It's likely that Cretton could oversee what Ant- Man and the Quantumania director Peyton Reed did for Kang in his own movie, as well as the character's impending small- screen involvement in Loki Season 2 to better familiarize himself with the time- traveling villain.
Considering the Russos' statement above about them not wanting to direct back- to- back Avengers movies, it's possible that Marvel would give the Russos the occasion to direct Secret Wars( if their schedule permits), therefore paving the way for Cretton to handle The Kang Dynasty. This movie is salutary to all parties involved as it allows each director to completely concentrate on one movie that would give them the occasion to seamlessly handle the characters and plot in an poignant way.
Knowing how Cretton handled Shang- Chi's debut and Tony Leung's Mandarin, it's reasonable to assume that the Marvel filmmaker would help draft a story that would make Kang a dangerous and calculating villain that would spell trouble for Earth's Mightiest icons.