This is cool! I match with Harry Potter, Alphonse Elric, Frodo, Raleigh Beckett, Wall-E and more!
She may not be a well-known name yet, but Nicole Perlman is the woman responsible for breathing life into The Guardians of the Galaxy on the big screen as the film’s screenwriter, giving Rocket Raccoon and Peter “Star Lord” Quill more than a few memorable one-liners.Cineplex went one-on-one with the Marvel co-writer at San Diego’s Comic-Con to talk about the science of space within the Guardians universe, that Black Widow solo movie we’re rooting for, and she answers the most important question of all: Who would win a fight between The Avengers and The Guardians of the Galaxy? Read on!CINEPLEX: How did you get involved with Guardians of the Galaxy?Nicole Perlman: I chose it from a list that Marvel gave me of their lesser-known properties, some that were much better-known than Guardians. I can’t really list what they were but they were very recognizable, especially in the comics world. I chose to do Guardians because it was the most science-fiction based of all the options and I knew that Marvel was going to be expanding in to the cosmic universe and it seemed like a great first foray into that. I had written a lot of projects that were space-based so I felt really confident and comfortable in that realm. And the characters were really great.
I didn’t realize the screenwriter was a woman! Great read.
I don’t see why there can’t be a female Marvel movie and his blasé way of answering questions about it is really disrespectful to the fanbase that supports his studio. The only thing that should be holding him back from making a Black Widow movie is Scarlett Johannson’s pregnancy, but to act as though it’s not even in the realm of his dozens of planned movies is really unfair.