MCU has some bad news for fans. The upcoming Thunderbolts filming is kept on hiatus because the studio doesn’t pay their writers enough and they are demanding they do. So Marvel Studios has the key to fixing this but…it doesn’t seem like they’re up for the job. Read on for more details!
Here we go!
According to Deadline, Marvel Studios decided to delay filming on Thunderbolts. At the moment, the production, which was to begin filming in three weeks in Atlanta, remains on hiatus. The team was notified these days and, in principle, the plan is to resume production once the strike ends.
After Marvel Studios paused pre-production on Blade — which was set to film in June — and did the same with filming its Wonder Man TV series, you’d think the studio would be more than willing to sit down and negotiate with its writers a fair wage for their work. But that doesn’t seem to be the case. What a shocker!
As with Thunderbolts, the plan for Blade and Wonder Man is to continue production and filming once the strike ends.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, for the moment, cinema is the least affected by the writers’ strike. Most likely though, as time goes by, studios will opt to delay their shooting and push productions back in time before, you know, ending the strike by paying their writers a fair wage.
In case it wasn’t clear, WE SUPPORT THE WRITERS’ STRIKE.