The Italian American directors have had a long and fruitful collaboration with i Marvel Studios Since they were called to direct Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Then they came back for Captain America: Civil WarAnd Avengers: Infinity War And Avengers: Endgame.
In the last post on the podcast by Empire Joe Russo was able to explain how, when and why Marvel Studios It could end up taking over the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The director explains:
The point I run into is when the outlet cuts are delivered and it happens that it’s either not what they expected or it just isn’t working. At that point, Marvel Studios lights up and begins working with the director in a more involved and weighty way to develop the adjustments that need to be made and start an additional extended shoot.
But then when you go to shoot the movie, they really let you in. You are the one who has to make your bed. With Marvel, which gave birth to these famous stories of people being pushed aside or out of them acting in post-production, it really all depends on how you present your director’s story. The director gets a cut and then the product arrives and becomes part of the process with you.
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