When you enter the cinema to see a biography about the George W. W. Bush administration, the last thing you can see in the movie is the cameo of the popular Marvel comic book character. This did not stop the director Adam McKay from adding a cameo from Devourer of Worlds in his latest film.
IN Vice, there is a short moment in which the Galactus image appears on the screen as Jesse Plemons (Lights of Friday night) tells some of the Bush administration's events.
This is not the first brush of the director with something from Marvel's mythology. In fact, McKay was in the writer's room for two films at Marvel Cinematic Universe – Ant man and this is a continuation Ant-Man and wasp. After Edgar Wright left first Ant man On creative differences, McKay was initially considered direct before Peyton Reed came into this role.
While Marvel Studios was unable to block anchorman and Half brothers director in for Ant manit looks like the studio is still trying to get McKay aboard the future property. According to the latest podcast, McKay says he talked to Marvel Studios about how to control them Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and In people.
"We talked a little bit," said McKay to Josh Horowitz Happy, sad, confused podcast. I thought Feige was just the best, and what they do is amazing.
The filmmaker did not stop there – he revealed that Marvel Studios "revolves" around the idea of the feature film Nova. In the same breath, McKay mentioned that he would like to make a film with Norin Radd, Silver
"When I was in the fourth or fifth grade, I got all the people to Nova and I think they're kicking Nova now," said McKay. "But the Silver Surfer, that's what I want to do, I will do anything to do Silver
"At the same time, emotional human history appears," said McKay. "Where the guy has to make a choice to save his planet … you know that Norrin Rad has to save his planet … that's it, but I think Fox has the right to …"
Avengers: Infinity War is now available for streaming in Netflix. Upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movies are Captain Marvel on March 8, 2019, Avengers: Endgame on April 26, 2019, and Spider-Man: Far From Home July 5, 2019