Marvel Studios to Add Smaller Movies to Line-Up?

While future “Iron Man,” “Captain America,” “Thor” and possibly even “Hulk” sequels aren’t out of the question, CHUD has posted an interesting article saying that Marvel Studios is going to concentrate on smaller movies as well. Here’s an excerpt:

Marvel Studios is currently taking meetings with writers and directors to work on small scale movies based on some of their third tier characters. The movies would cost in the range of 20 to 40 million dollars (very small when we’re talking studio films) and would allow them to take risks with less obvious characters and with interesting talent.

Filmmakers are being offered their pick of characters whose names are only familiar to comic fans. Properties like Dr. Strange, Ka-Zar, Luke Cage, Dazzler and Power Pack are among the many that are being tossed around right now. And the attitude seems to be that Marvel is open to bringing any of their characters to the screen at the right price point.

You can read more on this here.

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