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Kevin Feige Explains Why Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck Are the Perfect Directors For Captain Marvel

It was recently announced that Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck would be directing the new Captain Marvel film. This was a surprise to some, as many previous directors had been prolific with a resume in the kind of film they were making. While Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck have proven themselves with some great independent dramas, they are not the first directors to come to mind when you think Marvel Superhero movie. But, there's a reason they were hired to do the job. In a recent interview with /Film, Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, explained why they made the choice that they did:

"They came in many, many times and impressed us in the room with what they had to say about Carol Danvers. They live in New York and they would fly out at a moment's notice to come in and pitch on it, which always means a lot.
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Review: 'Fear the Walking Dead': Different coast, same unevenness?

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Review: 'Fear the Walking Dead': Different coast, same unevenness?
As chaos spreads across Los Angeles in "Fear the Walking Dead," a high school guidance counselor invites one of her students to stay with her family until this all blows over. The kid, though, knows an apocalypse when he sees one. "This doesn't end," he tells her. As a spin-off of TV's highest-rated drama, "Fear the Walking Dead" (it debuts Sunday at 9 p.m. on AMC) isn't about to bring an end to the lucrative zombie nightmare. Instead, it's designed to go back to the beginning of it, both to cover some material that the parent show skipped over and to try to correct some mistakes that the original is still trying to work around after five hugely successful seasons. "The Walking Dead" was designed as Rick Grimes' story, and because Rick was in a coma at the time the zombies began to rise, that show (and the Robert Kirkman
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