Christopher McQuarrie says he would direct a DC movie if Pom Klementieff, an actor connected to his new movie and DC boss James Gunn, is in the cast.
Christopher McQuarrie may consider transitioning from Mission Impossible – Calculate to death to a project in DC Universe movies only if a certain cast member is present.
the long time one Mission Impossible The director reacted to a tweet asking if the newly announced James Gunn would direct. Superman prequel or any future DCU film, writing “James and I don’t have the ability to collaborate until we each finish harnessing the unimaginable power of Pom Klementieff.” In turn, McQuarrie’s tweet received a triple heartfelt comment from the Guardians of the Galaxy The Mantis actor, who currently has an unknown role in the director’s upcoming latest installment in the ME franchise, Dead Reckoning part one.
Prospects for Pom Klementieff in James Gunn’s DCU
Although Gunn has yet to release a full DCU schedule, he recently suggested that Klementieff will have a role in his franchise. Having played Mantis in various media since guardians of the galaxy vol. 2 Klementieff recently won praise for her outstanding performance on Disney+ Guardians of the Galaxy Christmas Special. The character arc, in which she and Drax try to cheer Peter Quill up for Christmas by kidnapping actor Kevin Bacon, was also noted by Gunn as “Mantis’s true debut as herself in the MCU, out of the background and out of the shadow of the Ego”. She and the other heroes will return next year in guardians of the galaxy vol. 3which Klementieff described as “the end of a chapter”, but also clarified that “it’s not like, ‘over, over'” for the overall Guardians story.
Ever since he and Peter Safran were named co-CEOs of DC Studio, Gunn has generated controversy online for removing established DCEU movies and actors from his upcoming universe. This includes canceling black adamsequel to and confirming that the new Superman The prequel will not star Henry Cavill despite his cameo as the Man of Steel in black adamthe mid-credit scene of , his first appearance since Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Commenting on Superman’s departure via Instagram, Cavill acknowledged that “The changing of the guard is something that happens. I respect that. James and Peter have a universe to build. I wish them and everyone involved in the new universe the best of luck.” and the happiest of fortunes.”
While Gunn and Safran haven’t officially confirmed the future direction of the DCU’s story, the former continues to tease footage from the 1996 DC Elseworlds storyline. kingdom come. Written by Mark Waid and Alex Ross, showcasing the latter’s acclaimed art, the story features darker versions of iconic DC characters, particularly Superman and the rest of the Justice League, who, at first, had abandoned their crime-fighting efforts.
After an appearance in Gunn’s directing turn for 2023 guardians threequel and its directed by McQuarrie Mission Impossible debut, Klementieff will appear in Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Twowhich, also directed by McQuarrie, will be released in 2024. Meanwhile, to promote Part OneParamount recently released a behind-the-scenes video showing how lead actor Tom Cruise trained for a stunt in which he jumps a motorcycle over a mountain chasm before parachuting to safety.
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One hits theaters on July 14, 2023. guardians of the galaxy vol. 3 debuts on May 5, 2023.
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