The new UCM movie already has a name, director, characters and screenwriter. A big surprise is coming inside Marvel Studios!
As reported by the journalist justin skrollFrom the newspaper dead line, Marvel Studios has hired Jake Schreier as director of the new film UCM. Is about Thunderbolts. A new franchise appears on the horizon of the most successful cinematic universe in the world. The co-writer of black widow, Eric Pearsonwill be in charge of writing the script for a film that may have many parallels with the franchise of Suicide Squad. But not many, huh.
Jake Schreier’s biggest job to date came as director of Paper cities (2015). A romantic movie starring nat wolff Y Expensive Delevingne. Nothing to do with Marvel Studios or the UCM. However, the movie Thunderbolts it could be the first big hit of his career to date. Of course, he is going to push his name to heights that he probably didn’t even expect.
On the other hand, Eric Pearson is an old acquaintance of the superhero movie universe. The screenwriter is credited with a dozen jobs within the same UCM. He has written four Marvel Studios one-shots and the script for Thor: Ragnarök (2017) for Taika Waititi. He was also an executive story editor within the television series Agent Carterwhich was issued by ABC between 2015 and 2016.
The Suicide Squad arrives in the most beloved cinematic universe!
Justin Kroll has revealed on social networks that, although there is no actor associated with the project of Thunderbolts Officially, Marvel Studios has raised this film as its own version of the suicide squad of DC Comics. Thus, characters like Yelena Belova as Florence Pugh, US Agent (Wyatt Russell) either Baron Zemo (Daniel Brühl) could be on the UCM table to be the protagonists of the new studio movie.
The film is technically still in development so no talent have closed deals yet but Marvel sees this as their version of SUICIDE SQUAD and some characters you can probably expect on team include Yelena, Taskmaster, US Agent and Zemo among others
— Justin Kroll (@krolljvar) June 9, 2022
“Technically, the movie is still in development, so no talent has closed deals yet,” Justin Kroll explained of Marvel Studios’ plans with his new MCU movie. “But the studio sees this as their version of Suicide Squad and some characters we can probably expect on the team include Yelena, Taskmaster, US Agent, and Zemo, among others.”