Marvel delays filming of 'Thunderbolts' amid writers' strike

Marvel delays filming of ‘Thunderbolts’ amid writers’ strike

The ongoing writers’ strike has caused Marvel Studios to delay production on a second feature film. A few weeks later the studio decided to pause LamaMarvel has decided to suspend filming for Lightning, The Hollywood Reporter he confirmed.

The hope is to start production after the strike, which also forced Marvel to stop filming the TV series Wonder Man. Expiration first reported the news.

Beef creator Lee Sung Jin was the most recent writer Lightningworking on a previous draft from Black Widow writer Eric Pearson. Jake Schreier directs the project.

Lightning centers on a team of Marvel’s shadiest characters, with the cast including Florence Pugh (Yelena Belova), Sebastian Stan (Winter Soldier), David Harbor (Red Guardian), Wyatt Russell (U.S. Agent), Hannah John-Kamen (Ghost), Olga Kurylenko (Taskmaster) and Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Valentina Allegra de Fontaine). The bear The film also stars breakout Ayo Edebiri and Academy Award nominee Steven Yeun.

Marvel is still in production Captain America: New World Order and a third Dead Pool the film recently started production in London.

Writers’ strike, which began earlier this month, has indefinitely delayed Lionsgate’s Aziz Ansari feature film Good luck.