As the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues, the studio returns to the hero who started it all. But who will they get to replace the Iron Monger?
Marvel broke new ground with the first film. Now let's take a look at the second film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and see how they handled the villain.
With so many comic book adaptations out there it's time to seriously re-examine the supervillain and discover how best to use them in our stories.
When it comes to screenwriting, says Zak Penn, “the comic book stuff has taken up all of my adaptation juice!” Such comic book “stuff” includes work on projects like X2, Elektra, X-Men: The Last Stand, The Incredible Hulk, and most recently, the superhero mash up that rules them all: The Avengers....
Be honest with yourself about your project's business model and commercial potential. Just as specific producers work on specific types of material, so do certain agents.
At the Second Annual Hero Complex Film Festival, Warren Beatty, John Favreau, Nicholas Meyer, Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, Damon Lindelof, Mike Mignola, and Richard Donner gathered to celebrate filmic (Wrath of Khan), comic (Superman), and screenwriting (Tom Mankiewicz) heroes. Ray Morton was there.
Sheila Kogan recaps her experience and reviews a few of the films from this year's New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center.