Throughout the press circuit for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Kevin Feige revealed the martial arts fantasy blockbuster was a movie he’d wanted to make for almost 20 years, having scribbled down an inventory of titles he envisioned coming to the massive display on the very starting of his producorial profession, lengthy earlier than the Marvel Cinematic Universe even existed.
Eternals hasn’t been in the back of his thoughts for fairly as lengthy, however new ebook The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe through ScreenRant reveals that the earliest phases of improvement on the undertaking started a decade in the past, when future Black Panther scribe Joe Robert Cole was introduced into the Marvel writers’ room.
Throughout that interval, the scribe additionally penned drafts of a Deathlok solo movie that by no means went wherever, in addition to Eternals and a brand new tackle Blade. Whereas Chloé Zhao’s sci-fi epic and Bassam Tariq’s reboot of the Daywalker will bear only a few if any similarities to Cole’s work of their present type, it’s nonetheless one other instance of simply how lengthy Feige’s lengthy recreation actually is.
Eternals lastly involves theaters on November 5, and whereas the corporate’s Chief Artistic Officer admitted he’d never have made it without Zhao at the helm, he’s clearly been toying with the idea for fairly some time earlier than she got here on board.
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