EXCEPTIONAL: In what is certainly one of the major directorial tasks to be removed from the table in recent months, we hear that Nia Da Costa, who is leading the expected restart of Candyman, was wiretapped as a director in the Marvel sequel to Captain Marvel,,
Disney and Marvel Studios had no comment.
DaCosta takes on Anna Bodn and Ryan Fleck, who directed the first photo to a massive box office success. Marvel is known for switching its directors to its popular franchises such as tor,, Iron Man and Captain America to give a new vote to the next installment and to meet with candidates in the last few months.
Although the studio has met several individuals, it seems DaCosta has had an edge for some time.
“Captain Marvel” continues to be officially developed at Disney’s Marvel Studios
Megan McDonnell, story editor for the Marvel-based series WandaVision, combs the script for Captain MarveI continue as Bree Larson returns to the star.
In Larson’s first film, Carol Danvers is a man who engages in a war between two alien races, Cree and Scrolls, with a shift in form. The experience of an explosion involving an alien engine penetrated her with incredible force, turning her into a Marvel captain and making her one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel cinematic universe.
The film was released in March 2019 and has grossed $ 1.13 billion worldwide.
DaCosta’s attachment is another sign that Marvel continues to add variety to its movies, especially when it comes to the people behind the camera. Although the budget is not known, it is certainly the biggest budget button that will be asked by a black director following in the footsteps of Ava DuVernay, who is directing. Wrinkle over time, which came in with a budget of $ 115 million.
She joins a strong group of female creators such as Chloe Zhao and Cathy Yan, who have been entrusted with the reign of huge comic book tents, and Marvel and DC hope to continue this trend.
DaCosta is on the rise after the indie leadership A small forest, the critically acclaimed film that puts her on the radar of every executor and producer, including Jordan Peel, who selects her manually to direct his Candyman retelling. Although the release was pushed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, its first trailer set fire to social media and fans of the original are excited about what DaCosta brought to the table in its version.
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