August 05, 2011 02:43:09 GMT
First brought to attention in 2010, the feature film project about another fictional superhero team from Marvel comics is reportedly in active development.
After Thor, Captain America and Iron Man gather in "The Avengers", another superhero team from Marvel universe may follow in their footsteps to grace big screen. Sources recently said that Marvel is moving ahead with its plan to make a feature film version of "Guardians of the Galaxy", gushing that it is currently in "active development."
Before Twitch learned the latest update, Marvel studio chief Kevin Feige had uttered the possiblity of making this "Guardians of the Galaxy" film back in 2010. "I think 'Black Panther' and Wakanda has some amazing potential to be a feature film. 'Dr. Strange', as you've mentioned. There are some obscure titles, too, like 'Guardians of the Galaxy'," he said when discussing some titles which could be follow-ups to "The Avengers".
"Guardians of the Galaxy" was originally created in 1969 and resurrected in 2008. It revolves around a group of alien beings in the 31st century who travel back in time to fight against an alien race which attempts to conquer Earth's solar system.
Another potential Marvel film "Dr. Strange", meanwhile, has been reported to have its script done by "Conan the Barbarian" writers, Thomas Dean Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer. The studio is allegedly looking for a director for the project.