THE WINTER SOLDIER Directors Confirm They Will Return To Helm CAPTAIN AMERICA 3
Commenting on the current stage of the third Captain America film, Anthony & Joe Russo confirm they're returning to direct and working with The First Avenger & Winter Soldier scribes. Check it out!
It's no secret that Marvel Studios is very proud of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, especially considering the company entered negotiations with directors Anthony and Joe Russo to direct a third installment earlier this year. During a press junket for the upcoming sequel today, the siblings confirmed to Collider that it's a done deal and comments on the threequel's current stage.
“Well now that Kevin [Feige] said it that means we can talk about it, I guess,” said Joe Russo. “That’s great. We’re just in the formative stages of it right now. We just started breaking story with [screenwriters Christopher] Markus and [Stephen] McFeely and we’re just getting an idea of what we wanna do with it. It’s crazy working on it before the movie even comes out because you want to see what people respond to in the film. You want to get some inspiration from what people like about the film so you go, ‘Okay, this is what we gotta lean into in the next movie’ or ‘this is what we should move away from, this didn’t work so well.’ So we’re just in that phase of breaking story but waiting to see how people respond to the movie.”
Chris Evans must be ecstatic! The Captain America star recently told Glamour UK magazine that he would “never trade in the decision” to have done these Marvel movies, but he doesn't know if his “heart’s as in it as it once was.” He then reiterated that he'll take a little break from acting once his Marvel contract lets up. He's obligated to do Captain America 3, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and The Avengers 3. However, starring in the latter sequel could be in question due to the fact that Chris Evans made a brief appearance during Thor: The Dark World last year. What do you think?
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