“Russo brothers should direct Spider-Man 4”: Dead Sure That Sony Will Screw Up Like Morbius, Fans Demand Infinity War Directors Joe and Anthony Russo for Next Tom Holland Spider-Man Flick

"Russo brothers should direct Spider-Man 4": Dead Sure That Will Sony Screw Up Like Morbius, Fans Demand Infinity War Directors Joe and Anthony Russo for Next Tom Holland Spider-Man Flick
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With the MCU picking up pace with its first phase five entry, Kevin Feige has left fans excited after announcing a new Spider-Man movie. And following the confirmation of a new Spider-Man movie, a substantial portion of the fandom has been asking for the return of the Russo brothers in the MCU.

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Considering the plethora of underwhelming releases from Marvel since Avengers: Endgame and the recent mishap of Sony with Morbius, fans are worried about the upcoming entry of the most beloved Marvel hero. And as a result, fans are urging MCU to hire the Russo brothers for the upcoming project.

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The Russo Brothers
The Russo Brothers

Fans want the Russo brothers to direct Spider-Man 4

It isn’t surprising why fans would want the Russo brothers back for the new Spider-Man installment, as they were the first people to introduce Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in the MCU despite Sony’s hesitancy with the actor. And fans believe that to match the success of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Marvel will need to get back Joe and Anthony Russo at the forefront to elevate the quality of the upcoming Spider-Man 4 to surpass its predecessors.

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Even though fans are expressing their want to get the directors attached to the upcoming Spider-Man movie, the duo has been pretty hesitant in the past about returning to MCU.

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Tom Holland as Spider-Man
Tom Holland as Spider-Man

The Russo brothers aren’t looking forward to their MCU return anytime soon

After perfectly concluding the infinity saga with the highest-grossing MCU movie, Avengers: Endgame, Joe and Anthony Russo departed from the realms of MCU. Even though the directors were responsible for some of the best MCU entries to date, it’s understandable why the duo decided to distance themselves from the ever-expanding MCU after serving it for a substantial period.

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Although the directors aren’t looking forward to making their return in the billion-dollar franchise anytime soon, the Russo brothers didn’t brush off the idea of them returning in the future. And with the upcoming Spider-Man movie still in its very early period of development, fans will hope that by the time the project picks up pace, the Russo brother can mark their return to the MCU with this movie.

Also read: “Our writers are just putting pen to paper now”: Kevin Feige Hints Tom Holland’s Triumphant MCU Return in Spider-Man 4, Confirms Story is Already Complete

Spider-Man from Avengers: Infinity War
Spider-Man from Avengers: Infinity War

The Marvel Boss, Kevin Feige has clarified that the sequel to the Spider-Man: No Way Home is still in its very early phase, with writers still working on the script. And although it doesn’t appears that the project will hit the big screens anytime soon, fans will wish that the Russo brothers get attached to the project in the foreseeable future.

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Written by Santanu Roy

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Santanu Roy is a film enthusiast with a deep love for the medium of animation while also being obsessed with The Everly Brothers, Billy Joel, and The Platters. Having expertise in everything related to Batman, Santanu spends most of his time watching and learning films, with Martin Scorsese and Park Chan-wook being his personal favorites. Apart from pursuing a degree in animation, he also possesses a deep fondness for narrative-driven games and is currently a writer at Fandomwire with over 1500 articles.