Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige: Visionary, great producer and huge fan of many aspects of nerd culture. The guy is just an ardent fan and has been recorded several times for his love for Marvel, Star Wars, Star Trek and DC Universe. On top of all that, he appears as a genuinely kind person who is said to be easy to work with from those in front of and behind the camera.
Recenty, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, directors of the latest streaming series of Marvel Studios Disney + Mrs. Marvel, landed DC’s helm work Bat girl movie after their success with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in 2020, Bad Boys For Life. The directing duo will help bring to life Barbara Gordon, also known as Batgirl, with the acting talents of Leslie Grace.
Of course, Feige, as interested in DC movies as he was, was not ashamed to check in with El Arbi and Fallah as they developed Batgirl.
Feige was very curious Bat girl
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Bat girl Directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall said that Marvel Studios CEO Kevin Feige and the rest of the Marvel team were excited about the couple’s new directorial concert at the Distinguished Competition:
“Yes, we wrote [Marvel Studios] an email saying we would do Batgirl and then Kevin Feige, Victoria [Alonso] and Lou [D’Esposito] Everyone said, “Congratulations!” “They were very happy for us. People say that there is rivalry, but this is not the case at all. “It makes each other stronger and we felt the atmosphere between DC and Marvel.”
El Arbi also mentioned that Feige in particular was very collectively curious about how Bat girl the directors were moving on to their DC movie, asking for updates like “”How is it going; What will happen;”:
“Yes, they are big fans of each other. Kevin kept asking questions, ‘How are you?’ What will happen? “He was a real fanboy, so he was very addicted.”
Directors have also returned to their time Mrs. Marvel and had to say this about the show’s visual flourishing feel, also noting that these particular touches were “does not appear in the script” and instead, an idea entirely their own.
“The animation was not presented in the script or in the concept art. It was something we really wanted to do based on Into the Spider-Verse and we imagined we could do a live-action version of it. It was also important to get into the head. to immortalize the dream world and its fantasy world.We love cartoons and comic book aesthetics, and in combination with Marvel’s Kamala fan, all of this made us think of using animation to But as Adil said, we were afraid Marvel would not accept it because it’s completely different from all the other series and movies, so we did a whole video presentation on YouTube and Kevin Feige said, “Yeah, me like. Just do not overdo it. Use it for good reasons, such as character and history. ” So we were surprised. “
For those in charge, there is no Marvel vs. DC
Many fans of these superhero movies often bring companies together. Although things are not as intense as they once were, audiences still make strong comparisons between Marvel Studios movies and series and Warner Bros. production. and DC. This rivalry is nothing new and extends back to the heyday of comics in the 1960s.
But for the top brass in these studios, things are not so hot.
Feige et al. You always look very supportive in DC movies and vice versa. It’s nice to see a friendly and altruistic atmosphere between these two teams. After all, they are both just trying to make movies that people will enjoy.
And they may not even be the same kind of movies. The DC movie has for the most part a much more grounded and realistic tone, while the MCU embraces the fantastic. Variety is the spice of life, and Marvel and DC are definitely taking advantage of this idea.
In addition, El Arbi and Fallah referred to the small visual touches they made Mrs. Marvel and how this was something they themselves thought. As mentioned, he definitely gets a page from his movie metaphor Scott Piglrim vs. The World, which is a membrane filled to the brim with such ornaments.
Marvel Studios Mrs. Marvel releases new episodes on Wednesdays at Disney + and DC’s Bat girl will land on HBO Max sometime this year.
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