With Black Widow one of the most beloved characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios met a number of female directors before reporting significantly on Cate Shortland onwards to help the spell's solo adventure. Argentina's director Lucrecia Martel recently claimed that she had met Marvel in front of her involvement in production, but he refused the opportunity, partly because she said he would not be actively involved when covering the action scenes of the movie.
"I got an email from Marvel for a meeting. Because they were looking for directors Black Widow. So I'm it [10th-anniversary] reunion. I signed this thing where I can not talk about that reunion. Marvel and such production houses try to involve more female film makers, "in October with Martel The Pioneer. "They also told me," Do not worry about the action scenes, we'll take care of that. I thought, "Well, I'd like to meet Scarlett Johansson but also I would like to do the action sequences. "
Although it is understandable that this is a frustrating experience for any director, and it is said not to worry about complex action sequences as if it were consistent with the history of Marvel Studios. Anthony and Joe Russo, who have referred huge glasses like Captain America: Civil War a Avengers: Infinity War, has focused mainly on directing TV sitcoms before joining the MCU. Similarly, Thor: Ragnarok Taika Waititi's director focused mainly on comedians before the full-effect spectacles.
Marvel Studios may tell Martel specifically that she is excluded from taking part in action scenes, but these comments may also be intended to ease & # 39; The feeling that is derived from the idea of oversighting complex visual effects and stunts.
Martel added, "Companies are interested in female film makers but still think that there are action scenes for male directors. The first thing I asked was perhaps if they could change the special effects because
Despite the fact that the filmmaker turned the opportunity down, he confirmed that Marvel's approach to the film would be to offer views that differ from all other MCU films.
"I believe that another female director makes the movie," the director noted. "What they told me at the meeting was, We need a female director because we need someone who is mainly involved in the development of Scarlett Johansson's character."
Few official details about the Black Widow a movie has come to light, although it is likely to start shooting next summer.
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