Marvel’s ‘Thunderbolts’ Halts Manufacturing Attributable to Writers Strike

Marvel’s upcoming “Thunderbolts” movie has paused manufacturing as a result of ongoing writers strike, Selection has confirmed.

The film was scheduled to start capturing in Atlanta subsequent month, and plans to renew manufacturing after the strike is resolved. A part of Marvel’s Section 5, “Thunderbolts” is about to carry collectively the worlds of “Ant-Man and the Wasp,” “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “Black Widow” and the upcoming “Captain America” installment “New World Order.” “Paper Cities” director Jake Schreier is helming the movie, with “Beef” creator Lee Sung Jin penning the script from a primary draft by “Black Widow” author Eric Pearson. Marvel is understood for incessantly rewriting its movies throughout the manufacturing course of, making it particularly tough to proceed throughout a writers strike.

The “Thunderbolts” forged contains Sebastian Stan, Florence Pugh, Wyatt Russell, Olga Kurylenko, David Harbour, Hannah John-Kamen and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, all reprising their Marvel characters. Newcomers in undisclosed roles embody “The Bear” breakout Ayo Edebiri and “Minari” star Steven Yeun. The movie is at present scheduled to be launched on July 26, 2024.

Marvel’s “Blade,” which can observe “Thunderbolts” in Section 5, additionally lately delayed manufacturing as members of the Writers Guild of America strike after not reaching an settlement with the Alliance of Movement Image and Tv Producers. The strike started on Could 2 and has precipitated the shut down of quite a few productions throughout the leisure trade. The WGA is putting for higher streaming residuals and minimal staffing rules for TV productions, amongst different calls for.

Deadline Hollywood was first to report the information.

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