The Avengers is shattering box office records with Worldwide collections over $1,507,517,359 and it is set to make a debut on small screen (DVD and Blu-ray) on September 25.
In an interview with The Huffington Post, Joss Whedon talks about the future of The Avengers.
He said “I think there’s a level of trust, you know, Kevin Feige and I have always had mutual respect, and on the first movie he was very supportive. But there were definitely things where they were like, ‘Hmm, we don’t see that.’ And I think now Kevin’s in a place where it would be more like, ‘We don’t see it, but we think you do.”
When asked about how much drift does that give Whedon? He said “[T]hat doesn’t mean they’re just going to roll over and I’m going to say, ‘Oh, it’s ‘Great Lakes Avengers’ and we’re going to get Squirrel Girl and you’re gonna love it,'” he continues. “You know, they need to believe. But all I want to do is make the movie that they want. And so it’s been great.
“We’re having that same kind of, ‘What if? Oh, and what if?’ And ‘I was thinking it would be funny … ooh ooh ooh.’ There’s definitely a level of earned trust, but as with any good studio head or producer, that doesn’t mean a free pass.”
Joss Whedon is currently working on a non-Marvel project titled ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, which is set for theatrical release sometime in 2013.
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