When you go to the movies to watch a biopic about George W. Bush's government, the last thing you expect to see in the movie is a special guest appearance from a popular Marvel Comics character. That did not stop director Adam McKay from adding a special guest with Devourer of Worlds in his last feature.
In Vice, there is a quick moment when an image of Galactus appears on the screen as Jesse Plemons (Friday Night Lightsnarrates some of the events of the Bush administration.
It is not the director's first contact with something of the Marvel myths. In fact, McKay was in the screenwriting room for two films in the Marvel Film Universe – Ant Man and it's follow-up Man-Ant and the Vespa. After Edgar Wright left the first Ant Man About the creative differences, McKay was initially considered to drive before Peyton Reed got into the role.
While Marvel Studios was not able to block the Anchor and Half brothers production manager Ant ManIt seems the studio is still trying to convince McKay to embark on a future property. According to a recent podcast, McKay says he talked to Marvel Studios about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and In humans.
"We talked a little bit," McKay told Josh Horowitz in Happy sad sad podcast. "I think Feige is the greatest and what they are doing is incredible." "Yes, we were kicking the Inhuman idea at some point.
The filmmaker did not stop there – he was to the revelation that Marvel Studios was "kicking" the idea of a long filming Nova. In the same breath, McKay mentioned that he would like to direct a film with Norin Radd, Silver
"When I was in the fourth or fifth year, I got into the Nova for all people, and I think they're kicking a New idea now too," McKay said. "But silver surfer, that's what I want to do. I would do anything to do
"At the same time, there is a great emotional history in man," McKay said. "Where a guy has to make the choice to save his planet … you know that Norrin Rad has to save his planet … that would be the only one … But I think Fox has the rights to that …"
Avengers: Infinite War is now available for streaming on Netflix. The upcoming films in the Marvel film universe include Captain Marvel on March 8, 2019, Avengers: End of the game on April 26, 2019, and Spider-Man: Away From Home on July 5, 2019.