Marvel Studios Taps ‘Loki’ Scribe Michael Waldron To Write ‘Avengers: Secret Wars’
Following Infinity War and Endgame, Marvel fans knew there were only so many directions the future of the MCU could go in for the next big team-up event movie. After Marvel COO Kevin Feige confirmed that Avengers 6 will be titled Secret Wars, Deadline is reporting that Loki and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness writer Michael Waldron will continue his working relationship with Marvel for the big blockbuster.
Avengers: Secret Wars will serve as the finale of phase 6 of the MCU and follow up Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. At this time, there is no word on who will direct the film. However, it is worth noting that Destin Daniel Cretton will The Kang Dynasty for Marvel Studios with Jeff Loveness penning the screenplay.
Just like The Kang Dynasty, plot details for Secret Wars are being kept under wraps. The first time the name appears in the pages of Marvel Comics was developed in the 1980s at the request of the toy manufacturer Mattel. The world’s greatest heroes and villains are brought to the mysterious planet Battleworld by the Beyonder to fight it out.
In addition to this work on Loki and the Doctor Strange sequel, Waldron earned an Emmy for his work as a writer and producer on season 4 of Rick and Morty. The writer also penned eight episodes of the professional wrestling drama Heels, starring Stephen Amell. Up next, Waldron will collaborate with Kevin Feige for a movie set in the Star Wars universe.
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