Clerks 3 director Kevin Smith has uncovered that Marvel Studios supervisor Kevin Feige has actually called him twice previously, but neither of those events were to request that he steerage his own Marvel movie. A self-affirmed comic-book fanatical, Smith originally became obvious with the arrival of his 1994 free satire Clerks, which he composed and directed as well as featured in as the scandalous Silent Bob. Notwithstanding his mixed and odd movies, many of which exist inside his common “View Askewniverse”, Smith has likewise taken a shot at television, animation, comic-book composing, stand-up parody, and podcasting.
In front of the arrival of Smith’s most recent book discharge, Kevin Smith’s Secret Stash: The Definitive Visual History, the producer and mainstream society connoisseur plunked down for a meeting with Uproxx and uncovered the occasions Feige actually got the telephone to call him. Calling the Marvel supervisor his “most loved living American producer”, Smith candidly concedes that “they’re not thumping” at his entryway to assume responsibility for his own MCU trip. All things considered, he reviews that Feige called once to mind his wellbeing after his widely acclaimed coronary failure, and besides to advise him about Stan Lee’s Captain Marvel appearance. Look at his full remarks underneath:
Since it doesn’t appear to be probable Smith will be permitted to head up his own big-screen MCU highlight film, there, obviously, are still a lot of different purposes behind Feige to permit him to bring his profound understanding of Marvel comic legend into the brand as it pushes ahead. Regardless of whether as an essayist, or showrunner on another conceivable animated series or basically as a surprisingly realistic appearance, he would presumably relish whatever chance is introduced to him. Fans of the Clerks 3 director will most likely keep their fingers crossed he ultimately gets a third call from the MCU chief.