'Captain America: Civil War' news: Russo brothers talk about Marvel's creative committee disbandment


It’s no secret that Marvel has one of the most loyal and most critical fanbases, so it is normal that whoever becomes in charge of a project will always break out in cold sweat.

However, it seems like brothers Joe and Anthony Russo may have already been used to the spotlight given that they are slated to direct two more upcoming huge films, “Avengers: Infinity War I and II.”

Before “Infinity War,” “Captain America: Civil War” will be released first. This will be the first Marvel movie since the disbandment of the company’s creative committee back in September.

“To the audience, I don’t know if they’ll see a difference in the quality of the movies,” explained Joe Russo in an interview together with his brother Anthony with Comic Book.

“That’s for sure because Kevin Feige is still the brains behind Marvel, and that hasn’t changed. I just think, from a political standpoint, the machinations of the studio have become more streamlined. Does that make for a better creative storytelling? Yes, absolutely because it’s easier for my brother and I to sit in a room with Kevin and discuss storytelling, and to come to creative decisions, and move through those decisions much quicker.”

Kevin Fiege of course is the President of Marvel and whose experience with Marvel traces down to as early as 2000s with being an associated producer of “X-Men.”

“Just to speak to our experience on ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier,’ we didn’t have a whole lot of interaction with the committee,” he started. “So, for us on a personal level, I don’t know if it will be that different because we’ve never engaged with them that much anyway,” Anthony added.

It is still uncertain whether the seemingly huge move will impact the forthcoming Marvel movie but if the latest trailer for the Captain America Iron Man showdown is any indication, whatever change it maybe, it looks like it will be for the better.