The Director of Marvels talks about The Film’s short runtime

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The director of the next MCU film The Marvels, Nia DaCosta, disclosed the reason behind the film’s brief duration. With a duration of 105 minutes, The Marvels surpasses both The Incredible Hulk and Thor: The Dark World, which both had 108 minutes. In an interview, DaCosta disclosed that the brief duration was intended. “I was hoping it would take less than two hours. When I watch a movie, the duration is actually the first thing I consider. We were all rather enthusiastic since, in my opinion, a movie should not be more than one hour and forty-five minutes if it isn’t necessary,” she said. “I just think you do what’s right for the movie,” DaCosta went on. This runtime issue was unknown to me until, I believe, it was reported on. You have to act in the best interests of the film.” The Marvels synopsis states that Monica Rambeau’s skills get combined with Kamala Khan’s and Carol Danvers’ while exploring a wormhole linked to the Kree. Every time they utilise their powers, the three of them switch places as they work together to solve the mystery around them. They had to face Dar-Benn, a new and frightening entity, together. During the interview, the director of The Marvels raised the anticipation for the action scenes by highlighting how the viewer would see something special in the MCU because of the three main characters’ frequent ability shifting.

The last trailer for The Marvels showcases characters we are all acquainted with from the film, such as Nick Fury, Dar-Benn, Monica Rambeau, Carol Danvers (aka Captain Marvel), and Kamala Khan (aka Ms. Marvel). But it also gives a quick look at some of Chris Evans’s Captain America, Iron Man during flashbacks, and Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie. It’s unclear how big of a part Valkyrie will play in the movie. In the film The Marvels, Brie Larson plays Captain Marvel, while Zawe Ashton plays Dar-Benn, Teyonah Parris plays Monica Rambeau, and Iman Vellani plays Ms. Marvel. Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and Park Seo-joon as Prince Yan are also members of the cast. Co-writing the script with Megan McDonnell and Elissa Karasik was DaCosta’s contribution. The forthcoming picture essentially acts as a follow-up to the Captain Marvel movie from 2019, which debuted Brie Larson’s character. The majority of the events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe occurred prior to Captain Marvel’s 1990s setting. The movie tells the story of Carol’s beginnings and how her friendship with the grounded Nick Fury helped to establish the foundation for the Avengers Initiative.

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