After helping Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus to deliver one of the most successful movies of all time and the largest superhero movie to date, the authors are (for now) finished with Marvel Studios. But if they had the option to fight the biggest superhero of the Distinguished Competition, they might not oppose it.
When they finished their press work for Avengers: Endgame the writing duo talked to ScreenRant in San Diego Comic-Con in 2019 when they were asked which DC superheroes they would like to tackle, and McFeely a surprising one Answer.
"I mean, Captain America shows there are certainly ways to make a really good Superman movie that day," McFeely replied. "You do not have to pollute it, you do not have to get rid of its seriousness, I'm a big one ̵
This is in stark contradiction to the approach advocated by David S. Goyer and Zach Snyder Man of Steel who attempted to modernize the character by forcing him into real-world situations, in which he had to negotiate difficult decisions, such as killing General Zod in the destructive Battle of Metropolis.
McFeely and Mark took a different direction after seeing all three Captain America films as well as Avengers : Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame Instead, they took on many of the "hokey" aspects of Steve Rogers and made him a strong character who refused to be in a changing world Bowing World.
While Warner Bros. Pictures may not have any immediate plans for the character, McFeely and Markus have currently finished their commitments to Marvel Studios They have recently spoken to ComicBook and stated that they have no future projects in working with Marvel, but that they are open to returning under the right circumstances. I will never return, "Markus told us earlier this year. "At the moment we have no plans and we will do some things for the studio that we founded with the Russians, but you know that was an amazing experience and we would be stupid to say that."
Fans can see her latest work when Avengers: Endgame is available on Digital HD on July 30, followed by Blu-ray and DVD premieres on August 13.
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