On paper, the reboot of a 13-film franchise that grossed more than $6 billion at the box office and delivered sequels, prequels, spin-offs, reboots and sequels to those sequels, prequels, spin-offs and reboots appears as complete nonsense, but X Men is far too valuable a property to let gather dust now that Kevin Feige finally has the rights under control.
Of course, it would have been much more exciting to discover that Marvel Studios was preparing to accept pitches from writers if the Multiverse Saga hadn’t conspired to produce all of the cinematic universe’s worst-reviewed film and television content in a shockingly short period of time. But stories of a slowdown and a focus on quality over quantity benefit the reboot, at least in theory.
It’s impossible to predict who will end up landing the coveted job, be it one of Marvel’s more trusted in-house writers or a complete newcomer, but there’s already one growing mood There is an opinion in the fan base that there is a certain path that should not be taken again, and this is it Rick and Morty.
Michael Waldron destroyed much of the goodwill he had built as a creative leader Lokiis the first season with the unwieldy and unfocused Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnesswhile Jeff Loveness submitted the script to Rotten Tomatoes for the MCU’s worst-rated feature film of all time Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumaniawhich led to much rejoicing when the duo were rumored to have been kicked out Avengers: Secret Wars And The Kang Dynasty or what still needs to be confirmed.
With her fellow alum Jessica Gao, she and her masterminds angered quite a few trolls She-Hulk: Lawyer, also the lowest-ranked project in MCU history on the aforementioned aggregation site. You can see why people have come to this opinion, and it is not entirely without merit, although we should note it for posterity’s sake unfounded chatter claimed earlier this month that even more Rick and Morty Scribes were sought. Make of it what you will…