Originally Posted by Deberg_1990
Somewhat agree....but I do wish they would allow more visionary directors like Wright into their system. I can't argue with their success. They have a system and it works for them.
The rumor is they rewrote his script with a couple of in house guys and he was pissed. He's worked on this film for years.
So I ask, why did Marvel hire him in the first place knowing full well how he operates?
They had Ang Lee. I don't think they're going to want to go down the 'visionary' road and let the directors run wild again anytime soon. On the other side of the equation, I think Iron Man 2 taught them about being too involved. Those two movies seem to have taught them valuable lessons and guided their approach moving forward.