[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”25303″ img_size=”800×500″ alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]Noah Hawley, the writer and executive producer of Marvel’s show Legion on FX, recently had an interview with the Hollywood Reporter where he talked about his final season of Legion. Noah also give an update on his Doctor Doom film that was originally planned for Fox.
I wrote a script about Doctor Doom, an antihero story I really like, and we’re still talking about making it,”
At this point, he is still working on Legion also, reshoots on the Natalie Portman-starring Lucy in the Sky, which will be his directorial debut.
In this interview with Hollywood Reporter, Noah Hawley revealed he talked to Kevin Feige and talked about the future of the Doctor Doom Film.
“I did sit down with [Marvel Studios’ president] Kevin Feige recently and I said that I look at myself as sort of the Marvel R&D department. I know the genre can do all of these amazing things that [the Marvel Cinematic Universe] is doing, but my feeling is, what else can we do with it? Can we make it surreal? Can we make it musical? Not as a gimmick, but all of these techniques are about putting you into the subjective experience of these characters.”
Please remember just because Noah Hawley talked to Kevin Feige does not mean this film will be made but, it does tell you the Kevin Feige and his team are planning for the Fantastic Four characters, X-men characters and more.
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Source: Hollywood Reporter[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]