Marvel’s Kevin Feige has recently talked to SFX Magazine regarding their plans for the Phase Two in the company’s series of comic book adaptations. The movies that he discussed include the Thor sequel, the Captain America sequel, and the Guardians of the Galaxy adaptation.
“The Thor film and the Guardians Of The Galaxy film certainly are cosmic. Guardians and Thor will take the brunt of the cosmic side of the universe, particularly Guardians, which is 95 per cent in space. I think Iron Man 3 shows the other side of Phase Two, which is delving deeper into the characters.
“What’s exciting to me about [Captain America 2] – sort of about Iron Man 3 too if you look at it – is it’s tonally almost like a different genre. Shane Black’s described Iron Man 3 as a Tom Clancy sort of political thriller, which I like a lot. We hired our directors on Cap because they loved our explanation that we really want to make a ’70s political thriller masquerading as a big superhero movie.”
Feige went on to describe Guardians as “much more of a standalone film… The Avengers are not involved with what’s happening out there at this time.”
To read the full feature, which also provides input from Shane Black, you can pick up issue 233 of SFX Magazine, which also features exclusive Doctor Who coverage.
Via: SFX Magazine