New from Marvel Studios will not live on Groundhog Day, but Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will enjoy the Bill Murray’s presence. The actor himself has assured it during the promotion of his next film, The French Chronicle, directed by Wes Anderson. The 71-year-old interpreter made these statements in the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
Murray has been asked about the question of working multiple times with directors like Anderson, Sofia Coppola or Jim Jarmusch, and whether it is important for him to collaborate with filmmakers he knows. “Recently i made a marvel movie“He commented before recoiling:” I may not tell you, so don’t worry. “
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The key is the director
In any case, “some people were surprised that I decided to participate in a project like this. What was clear to me is that I had to meet the director, who I really like. He’s fun, humble, and everything you want from a director.. Although he does not name Peyton Reed at any time, he does cite Bring It On, a film directed by this filmmaker. He calls the film “really good,” one more reason for agreeing to make a superhero feature film with him. “Even though I’m not interested in these gigantic comic book adaptations, as an actor I am.”
It does not seem that his character is going to become a recurring one within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or at least that can be extracted from his statements. “I put it this way: the director is a great guy and now at least I have tried what it is like to shoot a Marvel movie,” he replied after being asked if he has regretted filming this type of film. “But I don’t think I need to experience it a second time”.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will premiere on February 2023.
Source | Variety, HE DOES