Rogen and his longtime writing and producing companion Evan Goldberg have been making motion pictures collectively ever since Greg Mottola’s “Superbad” in 2007. Naturally, when one works intently with a companion for that lengthy, one develops an intuition and a rhythm. The large Marvel machine, in distinction, calls for that each one auteurs who enter adhere to the dictated “home type,” cleaving to a broader sense of continuity dictated by the studio’s executives slightly than any artists. Rogen would not pooh-pooh Marvel. Certainly, he loves plenty of the films within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He merely feels overwhelmed on the considered getting into the machine. Why not work with Marvel? He stated:
“Truthfully, in all probability concern. We actually have a fairly particular means we work; me and Evan have been writers for 20 years at this level. It is a concern of the method, actually. And I say that figuring out nothing in regards to the course of. There are plenty of Marvel issues I like. It is largely a concern of how would we plug into the system they’ve in place, which looks like an excellent system, and a system that serves them very nicely. However is it a system that we might finally get actually pissed off with? And what’s good about [‘Mutant Mayhem’] is that we are the producers of this.”
Rogen and Goldberg, it appears, had been allowed to begin a pop mythology fully from scratch, discovering their very own aesthetic (the animated movie appears to be like painterly and Cubist) and inventing their very own variations of the characters. The Marvel machine would seemingly not allow that as they have already got a canon 30-some movies deep. Any filmmakers getting into that milieu would must be at peace with that. It seems like Rogen can be too nervous to enter that territory.