Recent clues and hints suggest that Marvel Studios is slowly gearing up to begin filming again after pausing production back in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite the lengthy delay, however, it appears that the studio has still been busy behind the scenes mapping out the future of the MCU.
In a report on MCU Cosmic, Jeremy Conrad has revealed that Marvel Studios has been in discussions with director Deborah Chow about “multiple potential projects”. Chow has recently directed two episodes of the hit series The Mandalorian and will be also be involved with the untitled Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney+ series.
The director is no stranger to the MCU, having already directed episodes of Netflix’s Iron Fist and Jessica Jones. Whilst there are no specifics on what projects Marvel Studios have been discussing with Chow the report states that her involvement in any future projects “would likely be something much bigger”. Conrad went on to state that “one huge possibility” could be 2022’s Captain Marvel 2.
Of course, these “potential projects” could be for a future Disney+ series — especially considering her previous involvement with the streaming service — but it has already been reported that Marvel is looking for a female director for Captain Marvel 2.
With Chow being tied up with the Obi-Wan Kenobi series early next year, we’ll likely have to wait a while to officially hear if she will be working with Marvel again.