The director of the Marvels advances a personal and sometimes sad story

Editing by Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel), Captain Marvel and Monica Rambeau

The second Captain Marvel movie is currently in pre-production. Although it was said that filming would begin this July, the truth is that nothing has yet been heard about the start of production, which should happen at any time. So much so that right now the director is in London working on the film.

Under the title “The Marvels” This movie is coming that will focus not only on Carol Danvers as Captain Marvel, but also Kamala Khan as Ms. Marvel and Monica Rambeau. In fact, the relationship between Carol and Monica will be one of the points that will be discussed, since they both met when Monica was little, as we saw in “Captain Marvel.”

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In a new interview, the director Nia DaCosta She has spoken about her work on the film, being very happy about the experience she has in the project at the moment. She even acknowledges that she enjoys the fact that it’s a lighter story, at least compared to her first two great directing jobs, “Little Woods” and “Candyman.”

It’s a lot less traumatizing to work on it, ”DaCosta says with a laugh. But this movie too deals with specific, personal, sometimes sad things. But no, it’s been nice working in a different world, that’s for sure.

We have there in his words the detail that the film will also have its personal aspect and with sad themes.

In the interview, the director has also applauded the wide creative margin that Marvel is giving her.

It’s incredible, ”says the director of creative freedom. It’s more [libertad] Than I’ve ever had in anything It’s great because we’re all comic book geeks who want to make a great comic book movie.

When “The Marvels” finishes, DaCosta hopes to make a smaller film that she can write herself, and is considering adapting a Henrik Ibsen play. This certainly closes, at least for the moment, the idea that he can return for another future Marvel project.

The Marvel Studios film will open in theaters on November 11, 2022.

Via information | Entertainment Weekly

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