Russo Bros. Will Get Their Own Hall H Panel At Comic-Con
Joe and Anthony Russo may be done making Marvel movies, but they’re far from finished making films and TV shows. And they’re coming to San Diego Comic-Con to tease their next moves. Via Collider, the Russos are set to participate in their very own Hall H panel.
Collider editor-in-chief Steven Weintraub is moderating the panel, which will primarily focus directors’ relationship with Marvel Studios that began with Captain America: The Winter Soldier in 2014 and wrapped up with Avengers: Endgame. Of course, the discussion will also move toward their future. According to the panel’s official description, the Russos will also share their plans for their new indie film studio, AGBO. Apparently, they want to use this banner to “nurture talent and create best in class content while keeping creative control fully in the hands of the artists.”
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So far, Joe and Anthony Russo’s’ post-Marvel careers are looking pretty bright. Currently, the brothers are developing Cherry, an adaptation of former army medic Nico Walker’s memoir. Tom Holland will re-team with the directors to headline that film. Additionally, the Russos are producing 21 Bridges (starring Chadwick Boseman), a TV series based on Valiant Comics’ Quantum and Woody, a TV version of The Warriors for Hulu, and more.
Do you plan on checking out the Russo brothers’ panel at Comic-Con next month? What would you like to hear them talk about? Let us know in the comment section below!
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