Joss Whedon Confirms Marvel Movie Exit | Film News
Film maker Joss Whedon has confirmed and revealed why Avengers: Age of Ultron was his last movie with Marvel studios, explaining that he won’t be directing or even consulting on future projects in the superhero cinematic universe – a possibility we have assumed for some time. Speaking in an interview with Oxford Union, Whedon revealed that he struggled having involvement in all Marvel films and he knew Ultron would be his last:
“I sort of had my finger in all of the films in the second phase, but then I just had to concentrate only on Ultron, and sort of know when it was done I was just going to stop”. He continued, depicting that if he hadn’t have made the decision to leave, he’d never manage to break away from the studio: “So I made a completely clean break – not because we had a falling out – just because I was like, ‘I can’t…’ If I was still there going, ‘Well, here are my thoughts on this film’, I’d be there every day. I wouldn’t do anything else because there are a lot of films”.
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