Writer-director Joss Whedon said “Avenger” is the better movie.
“I think the Avengers are still the best movie,” he told reporters Wednesday at the Sundance Film Festival.
“But I think there’s a big difference between the movie you see and the movie I watch.”
Whedon and the writers of the new “Alyssa” and “Daredevil” television series, meanwhile, said the studio will likely not return to its superhero genre of action movies.
The studio also said it will explore more options with its characters and tone in its upcoming Marvel film universe.
Disney’s “The Jungle Book” and Sony’s “Captain America: Civil War” are among the other films in the Marvel Studios slate.
Wang, who wrote and directed the latest Avengers film, said he is working with Marvel on its first-ever “superhero origin story” that would take place in the comics, not the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
As part of that plan, the studio is exploring the idea of a new “Doom” reboot, which was originally envisioned as a movie set in the 1980s.
The project is currently in preproduction.
But Whedon said that as he begins the film’s story, he will not take on any “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”-style villain.
Instead, he said he wants to tell the story of a young boy who has a mission to save the world from an alien invasion.
In his interview, Whedon said he plans to shoot the film in the Pacific Northwest, which has a high concentration of superpowers.
He also said he will cast a lot of new characters, including a former soldier named Matt Murdock.
I think that’s going to be the direction of the film.””
We’re going to go with a hero who has been around a long time and has had a long career, and who has had his own adventures.
I think that’s going to be the direction of the film.”