After The Avengers hit theaters and became the third highest grossing film of all-time, we spoke with executive producer Louis D’Esposito about how Marvel Studios planned to continue that success on its home video release. The answer was simple and from their own research it came down to providing consumers with new and original content – short films we know as Marvel One-Shots. D’Esposito even directed the most recent two.
The One-Shots began in 2011 with the home video releases of Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger, both of which featured shorts starring Clark Gregg’s fan-fave Agent Coulson character. There have been rumors for years now that since Marvel is now under the Disney umbrella, Marvel Studios could ...
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