X-Men "97 Directors Reveal Their Dream Follow-Up Marvel Project To The Hit Series: "It Would Be A Slam Dunk"

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  • X-Men '97 Creatives dream of creating a Marvel feature film after the success of their series.
  • They believe more time and money in animation results in better quality content for viewers.
  • The team jokes about making seven seasons and a movie for X-men '97.
X-Men '97 directors open up on what Marvel project is on their dream list to do for Marvel Studios.
In a new interview with Inverse, Jake Castorena, who is the head director and supervising producer on X-Men '97, along with episodic directors Chase Conley and Emi Yonemura, were asked if they had a dream Marvel projects they would love to do, in addition to the animated series, as they each shared their following response:
Chase Conley: "First off, it would be a slam dunk. I think that would absolutely be something the audience would want to see, and we would want to be a part of ... With animation, the more time and money we get, the better it will be. That's just a fact."
Emi Yonemura: “It feels like we're already making movie-level animation and events. But just to have that budget and time then to make it a full feature, and to kind of do what Spider-Verse and the recent animated Turtles movie did...”
Jake Castorena: “Oh, I love job security. I think myself and the entire team would love to keep doing this. Seven seasons and a movie. Let's go!
Source: Inverse


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