Quentin Tarantino Reveals The Only Marvel Movie He Would Make

Director Quentin Tarantino is one of the most recognizable names in Hollywood, and known for several films that provoke satire on an important theme.

In Inglourious Basterds he addresses the theme of Nazi Germany, while in Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood, he talks about the film industry itself in the 1960s.

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Many fans have always envisioned him doing a Marvel or DC movie, although he is specific about not wanting to produce a feature film for publishers.

Tarantino is a big critic of the superhero genre these days, as movie theaters pack more people to see a hero movie than any other.

However, the filmmaker, who has said he was a comic book collector when he was younger, revealed that he would make a single film at Marvel.

Quentin Tarantino.

A movie about Nick Fury in World War II

During a recent appearance to promote his new book, titled Cinema Speculation, the director revealed that he would like to adapt the story Sergeant Fury and his Howling Commandos.

The story takes place during World War II, with Nick Fury being the protagonist and leading his platoon (via ScreenRant🇧🇷

In the movies, Nick Fury is played by Samuel L. Jackson, who will now star in Secret Invasion, a new MCU series that adapts a famous comic book arc.

However, the character has a history long before leading SHIELD and meeting the Avengers to help them in their quest for peace.

First published in 1963, comics about Sgt. Fury and his Wild Command features a team of soldiers on missions in Europe.

Tarantino has a great affection for Jackson, with whom he has worked on Pulp Fiction and other successful films by the director.

As Tarantino has already shown he has a handle on the subject of war, if a movie about Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos was announced, he could show several missions in Europe.

But, this can hardly happen, since Captain America: The First Avenger explores the theme of World War II.

In addition, Tarantino uses violence as a lure in his films a lot, and it could be a current drag at Marvel Studios.

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Gabriel Silveira

Gabriel Silveira

Journalism student, connoisseur of the Seventh Art and the biggest Batman fan of all time.

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