A new story from the newly released book named The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, reveals that Marvel Studios’, if not the most successful, definitely one of the most successful directors the Russo brothers might just return once again to direct another superhero film in the Hollywood’s most popular franchise. The book also discloses the detail that the directors Joe and Anthony Russo were "softly retired" from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to work independently.
"We laugh a lot, and that's really important," Joe says in the book. "We all have a very similar sense of humor, and we spent a lot of time making jokes with each other and enjoying each other's company during very long, difficult hours—whether in the story room, on set, or in the edit room. Everyone's very supportive and encouraging of one another. You can't undertake something as significant as the two most expensive movies ever made, back-to-back, without that kind of environment. You just wouldn't survive. There's no other way through it than with warmth and laughter."
"It starts with their very specific passion for the material," he says. "That's a big part of it. Because the connectivity they have between what they do, what they say, what they think, and the actual work—it's all in synchronicity. It's all connected. For as hard as these movies were to make, the process with them could not have been easier," Anthony adds
The Russo brothers directed a total of four superhit films, full of absolutely stunning visuals and hard-hitting action in the Marvel Cinematic Universe which includes Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame.
While there is no official confirmation about the possibility of the directors returning to the MCU to direct another blockbuster in the franchise, from the studio or from the Russo brothers themselves, but till then the fans and followers can definitely enjoy studios another upcoming blockbuster The Eternals, set to release in theatres in less than two weeks from now, starring Salma Hayek in the role of Ajak, Angelina Jolie in the role of Thena, Kumail Nanjiani in the role of Kingo, Brian Tyree Henry in the role of Phastos, Richard Madden in the role of Ikaris, Gemma Chan in the role Sersi, Lauren Ridloff in the role of Makkari, Lia McHugh in the role of Sprite, Kumail Nanjiani in the role of Kingo, Barry Keoghan in the role of Druig, Don Lee in the role of Gilgamesh, Kit Harington in the role of Dane Whitman with additional actors such as Harish Patel, Haaz Steiman as Phastos' husband, Ozer Ercan as a smuggler and Zain Al Rafeea in an unknown role.
The award-winning director Chloe Zhao is the director of Marvel Studios The Eternals, scheduled to arrive in theatres on 5th November. The film will explore the timeline before Mad Titans’ birth in the universe.