Destin Daniel Cretton Reportedly Set to Direct ‘Avengers: The Kang Dynasty’
With the massive announcements made by MArvel Studios at their triumphant return to Hall H, has come the anticipation for the coming two years of the MCU, and it turns out one of its bigger projects may have its visionary, as Destin Daniel Cretton is reportedly set to direct Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.
It is not hyperbole to say that just about everything has changed for the Marvel Cinematic Universe after what is a milestone moment at this year’s return to the lauded San Diego Comic-Con.
Marvel broke down what was perceived to be the concussion of Phase Four, and established that the studio has already structuralized the next two years of MCU titles, with the arrival of both Phase Five and Phase Six already on the schedule.
Of the massive announcements came the revelation that Marvel has two more Avengers films planned, both culminating in Phase Six, and coming after the culmination of Phase Four with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and all of the upcoming Phase Five.
It turns out that one of those Avengers entries may have found the visionary to guide its arrival, as Destin Daniel Cretton is reportedly set to direct the upcoming Avengers: The Kang Dynasty; a film that is shaping up to be the next massive team-up film of Phase Six.
Cretton was the director who brought to life Phase Four tremendous Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and has long been rumored to helm a variety of projects from Marvel STudios after inking an exclusive deal with Disney and Marvel.
The initial report came from the Hollywood Reporter, who noted that Cretton is also developing a Wonder Man series for Disney+, firmly establishing his commitment to his collaborative efforts with Marvel Studios.
Destin Daniel Cretton has long been one of the most popular young directors in the industry, and his work on Shang-Chi was exceptional; he should bring some more of that signature heart, and flare, to the Marvel Universe with both Wonder Man and this next Avengers film.