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Entertainment Quentin Tarantino Almost Directed THIS Marvel Movie - Find Out Why It Didn't Happen

03:05  06 april  2020
03:05  06 april  2020 Source:   promipool.com

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Quentin Tarantino nearly added a Marvel comics film adaptation to his resume in the mid-1990s! He recently shared the story of how that possibility fell apart. 

Quentin Tarantino recently took part in a revealing interview with Amy Schumer on her podcast, 3 Girls, 1 Keith. On the show, he shared the story of how he nearly pursued a movie adaptation of Marvel's "Luke Cage" - the comic book world's first black superhero.

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On Schumer's podcast, Tarantino described how he considered doing the film shortly after Reservoir Dogs came out in 1992. "Growing up I was a big comic-book collector, and my two favourites were Luke Cage: Hero for Hire, later Luke Cage: Power Man, and Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu," he said.

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"I had an idea that Larry Fishburne would've been the perfect guy to play Luke Cage." At the time, Fishburne, the future Matrix star, was known for roles in Apocalypse Now and Boyz n the Hood.

Laurence Fishburne wearing a suit and tie © (© Getty Images)

But Tarantino says the idea fell apart when his comics friends insisted that Wesley Snipes would make a better "Luke Cage." 

"I go, 'Look, I like Wesley Snipes, but Larry Fishburne is practically Marlon Brando. I think Fish is the man.' And they're like, 'Yeah, but he'd have to get in shape in a big way. Snipes is that way already!'" he said.

"And I go, 'F--- that! That's not that important! F--- you, you ruined the whole damn thing!'"

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Out promoting a little movie called 'Django Unchained' , Tarantino spoke with MTV about the unlikely comic-book adaptation that almost happened . It may be difficult picturing Quentin directing a superhero film in the vein of 'Spider-Man' or 'X-Men', but Luke Cage makes all kinds of sense.

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