Marvel Studios has hit the ground running Armored warfare project, and will now be redeveloped as a feature film for Disney+.
The move essentially pushes the title back further on the development slate.
Sources say the studio was committed to telling the story the right way, and in the process realized that a feature was a better fit for the project.
Don Cheadle, a longtime Marvel Cinematic Universe staple as Colonel James “Rhodie” Rhodes, aka War Machine, is on board to star. Yasir Lester, who served as head writer on the series, will remain as its feature writer.
Marvel had been eyeing production on the series in 2023, but some people preparing for it were notified Thursday of the change in direction. No directors were officially attached and it is unclear when Armored warfare The feature will pop up on timelines of Marvel’s movies and Disney+ series.
Little is known about the logline for Armored warfare Although Cheadle joined Marvel Studios creator and president Kevin Feige on stage at Disney’s D23 expo earlier this month, the six-part event series revealed a logo. Feige announced plans for the first Armored warfare In the late 2020s.
title Armored warfare A famous story published in iron man comics from 1987 and 1988. Written by David Michelini and Bob Layton with art by Mark Bright, it dealt with the idea of Iron Man’s highly advanced technology falling into the wrong hands. The live-action series was seen as a way to showcase many different types of shells.
Cheadle’s next Marvel appearance will be the MCU series, sneak attackIn which Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn and is set to debut in 2023. He has played this character since 2010 Iron Man 2.
This isn’t the first time Marvel has developed a title this way. Hockey It was originally conceived as a feature before the executive team decided to turn the idea into a Disney+ series. To date, Marvel has released all of its films in theaters.