Ms. Marvel directors Adil El Arbi and Billal Fallah say Marvel boss Kevin Feige supported them in their work at the DCEUs bat girl movie. The duo who also directed the 2020s bad boys for life, was used to serve as the lead directors on MCU’s last TV series the same year. Following the adventures of comic book character Kamala Khan, played by newcomer Iman Vellani, the six episodes Ms. Marvel The series made its streaming debut on Disney + last week to great criticism.
In the meantime, plan on a solo bat girl The film is in preparation at Warner Bros. since 2017. The film was originally supposed to have been written and directed by director Joss Whedon, though he left the project less than 12 months after his involvement was first announced. Shortly after his departure, Birds of prey screenwriter Christina Hodson was asked to write the screenplay after completing work on another DCEU project, the lightning with Ezra Miller. El Arbi and Fallah, declared fans of the character, were announced as directors in May last year before Leslie Grace got the lead role in July.
El Arbi and Fallah spoke recently THR at their work bat girl and revealed Marvel’s responses to their work on the project. Suggests that Feige, with Ms. Marvel executive producers Victoria Alonso and Louis D’Esposito praised them for securing the project, the duo also shot down ideas of any rivalry between the two superhero franchises. El Arbi even described Feige as a “real fanboy ” who constantly asked questions of the couple’s plans for it bat girl project. Check out their full comments below:
Fallah: yes we wrote [Marvel Studios] an email that we were going to make Batgirl, then Kevin Feige, Victoria [Alonso] and Lou [D’Esposito] everyone said “Congratulations!” They were super happy for us. People say there is a rivalry, but that is definitely not the case. They reinforce each other and we felt the atmosphere between DC and Marvel.
El Arbi: Yes, they are big fans of each other. Kevin constantly asked questions: “How are you? What’s going to happen?” He was a real fanboy, so that was pretty cool.
Of course, El Arbi and Fallah are not the only Marvel directors on their way to DCEU, and Guardians of the Galaxy James Gunn made his DC debut The suicide group, follow it with its HBO Max spin-off series Founder of Peace. Gunn himself revealed that Feige and D’Esposito visited him on the set of The suicide group to see his work on film. To further support bat girl comments from the directors, Gunn has apparently also planned other projects within the DCEU when he has finished working on the MCUs Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 for Feige and his team.
While many fans may enjoy discussing the comparative strengths and weaknesses of the Marvel and DC franchises, the two studios ultimately seem to benefit from sharing creative talent behind and in front of the camera. Not only bat girl boasting of recognized merits Ms. Marvel directors, but there are also plans to see Michael Keaton, who played Adrian Toomes / Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming, repeat his role as DC’s Batman. Hopefully the future will see more Marvel crews and crew heading to the DC Universe (and vice versa) as both franchises seem to expand their respective universes with the best possible talent.
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