Doctor Strange is dropping its director Scott Derrickson over ‘creative differences,’ based on a brand new report. Derrickson directed the primary Doctor Strange movie and was tapped to direct the second installment, Doctor Strange within the Multiverse of Insanity, however apparently wished to take the movie in several instructions than Marvel’s Kevin Feige.
Derrickson’s position within the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been an fascinating one. The director is greatest identified for his work within the horror style; when he was introduced as director of the primary Doctor Strange movie, followers speculated that Marvel might have been planning to interject a little bit of edginess into one in every of its motion pictures.
That didn’t develop into the case, nonetheless, as Doctor Strange was a distinctly Marvel movie, one secure for the complete household to take pleasure in. Throughout San Diego Comedian-Con, Marvel’s Kevin Feige mentioned that Doctor Strange within the Multiverse of Insanity could be rated PG-13 whereas Derrickson had mentioned that the movie could be ‘scary.’
Derrickson might have been hoping for one thing a bit greater than Marvel was comfy with, nonetheless, at the very least based mostly on a new report from Selection. Marvel Leisure issued a press release confirming that Derrickson had left the undertaking ‘amicably’ over what is simply described as ‘creative differences.’
Derrickson likewise confirmed his departure on his Twitter account, saying in a tweet that the choice for him to depart the MCU was ‘mutually agreed’ upon and that he’s ‘thankful’ for his time with Marvel. Manufacturing on the movie is scheduled to begin in Could; it’s unclear whether or not the movie will probably be delayed on account of this variation.