Ranking Every MCU Phase 4 Director

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When it comes to Marvel Movies, they put all of their efforts into the movie, and it is evident in the cinematic representation of the film. Till now, all the phase four movie directors have proved their skills by giving nothing less than gems. However, Avengers: Endgame did have us all doubting the ability of the creators. But now, after movies like WandaVision and Spider-Man: No Way Home, no ever can raise even the slightest suspicion of the fact. All of the credit for these masterpieces goes to Kevin Feige, who never doubted the creative ability of his producers.


Destin Daniel Cretton

MCU Directors
Marvel Hero with Martial techniques 

First on our list is Destin Daniel Cretton, who gave us Phase Four’s cinematic excellence Shang-Chi and The Legend of Ten Rings. Well, the story follows MCU’s usual hero pattern but what makes it extraordinary is its narrative and the way it is presented to the people. The emotional conflict and perfect mix of action and comedy is a plus to this movie. Additionally, with long martial taking over the skyscrapers make it even more vibrant, giving it an authentic touch, putting Destin Daniel Cretton among the best upcoming MCU directors.

Jon Watts

Spider-Man: No Way Home MCU Directors
No matter what the storyline is John Watts does it with dexterity.

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Frankly, the idea of uniting all the versions of Peter Parker wasn’t awe-inspiring and could hinder the story of Spider-Man: No Way Home. But when Jon Watts directs the story, everything falls right into place and doesn’t seem overboard. Plus, it becomes just the perfect way of ending a trilogy headed by Homecoming and Far From Home. If we look at it, all these Spider-Man had a similar story but with different personalities, and meddling all this into one big picture was a commendable task that not many current MCU directors can pull off with ease.

Bert and Bertie

Bert and Bertie.

Best known for the gem Troop Zero for Amazon Studio, they are now known for Hawkeye. It’s really unique and commendable when you direct two different outstanding and conflicting personalities in a person. That’s what they do in the third, fourth, and fifth episodes of the Hawkeye. The credit of developing Clint’s and Kate’s dynamic goes to Bert and Bertie, who beautifully describes how he takes out her heroism and protects her too. These kinds of relationships are definitely worth a watch. Plus, when it comes to thrilling action sequences, no one does it better than Bert and Bertie in the coterie of most MCU directors.

Chloe Zhao

The Eternals
Eternals really did a great job.

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Director of the phenomenal drama Nomadland, which won her Academy Awards, both for Best Picture and the Best Director. Her first MCU project was the Eternals. Though Eternals didn’t end too well with the critics and the audience too, it was definitely acknowledged for its visuals. All the credits for its mesmerizing visuals go shockingly to the natural light, which the director proudly boasts off.

Rhys Thomas

Hawkeye surely knows how to give it a great start.

Rhys Thomas did great work directing the first two episodes of Hawkeye. And all the credit of Kate’s characterization of the first instances of establishing Kate and Clint’s dynamics goes to him single-handedly. After directing the first two episodes and giving all the necessary details to the viewers, Rhys comes back on the final episodes. He provided the series with his own touch.


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