Did you receive MCU’s latest update? If not, just know that Marvel Studios is already on its way of taking a purposeful step within the Hollywood industry. But how does the progress come to be considered intentional on the go? Well, the answer is its heading for the accentuation of diversity and equality in the upcoming movies, and that’s just not in line with the actors cast but also the crew!
Nearing the momentum
While Black Panther’s worldwide dominance fetched it the Best Picture award at the Oscars, Marvel is not far away from achieving its benchmark. The recent development makes our wait even more exciting to look forward to what the next phase has to offer the fandom after films like Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home. Meanwhile, we need to hold back our patience until Black Widow and The Eternals serve their magical spell.
Along with the breakthrough
Moreover, one Marvel Cinematic Universe sequel which has been offering hope to the fans is none other than Captain Marvel 2 whose first instalment was a huge box-office hit. At that time it earned around USD 1.13 billion globally. The Hollywood Reporter has however reported that Captain Marvel 2 has fetched its director with Nia DaCosta of Candyman fame. The edgy revelation brings the fact that Nia is the first Black woman to direct a Marvel movie. On the other hand, one of WandaVision’s writers Megan McDonnell is contributing the script for the sequel as it would once again star Brie Larson as Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel.
Towards a different milestone
Ryan Fleck, who co-directed Captain Marvel with Anna Boden conveyed his best wishes to DaCosta on his Twitter handle who writing, “Congratulations @NiaDaCosta!!!!!! Can’t wait to see where you take this! Anna and I are thrilled for you and wishing you the very best! Higher Further Faster! #CaptainMarvel2.”
— ryan fleck (@fleckryan1) August 6, 2020