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Thunderbolts
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Directed byJake Schreier
Written by
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Produced byKevin Feige
Starring
CinematographyAndrew Droz Palermo
Edited by
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Distributed byWalt Disney Studios
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  • May 5, 2025 (2025-05-05)
CountryUnited States
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Thunderbolts* (or simply Thunderbolts) is an upcoming American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics team Thunderbolts. Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is intended to be the 36th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The film is being directed by Jake Schreier and written by Eric Pearson, Lee Sung Jin, and Joanna Calo, and stars an ensemble cast featuring Sebastian Stan, Hannah John-Kamen, Wyatt Russell, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Florence Pugh, David Harbour, Olga Kurylenko, Harrison Ford, and Lewis Pullman. In the film, a group of antiheroes goes on missions for the government.

Marvel Studios began teasing the formation of a Thunderbolts team within the MCU in 2021. The film was revealed to be in development in June 2022, when Schreier and Pearson were attached. The film's main cast members were revealed that September, followed by additional casting through early 2023. Lee joined to rewrite the film's script by March 2023, one of several creatives who returned to work with Schreier from the Netflix series Beef. Production was delayed due to the 2023 Hollywood labor disputes, causing some actors to leave the project and be replaced in early 2024, when Calo joined. Filming began in February 2024 and will last until July at Trilith Studios and Atlanta Metro Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as in Utah and New York.

Thunderbolts* is scheduled to be released in the United States on May 5, 2025, as the last film of Phase Five of the MCU.

Premise

A group of antiheroes goes on missions for the American government.[1]

Cast

Additionally, Geraldine Viswanathan has been cast as de Fontaine's assistant,[7][9] while Laurence Fishburne and Rachel Weisz are expected to reprise their MCU roles as Bill Foster and Melina Vostokoff.[10]

Production

Development

During the production of Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), director James Gunn expressed interest in a film based on the Marvel Comics team the Thunderbolts. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said this was a possibility based on the success of Guardians of the Galaxy,[11] but Gunn was no longer interested in 2021, after directing The Suicide Squad (2021), because that team from DC Comics is a similar concept to the Thunderbolts.[12] In June 2018, Hannah John-Kamen expressed enthusiasm for reprising her Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) role of Ava Starr / Ghost in a Thunderbolts film (the comics version of Ghost was a member of the team).[13]

Speculation that a Thunderbolts team would be introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) began in mid-2019 following the announcement that Daniel Brühl would appear as Helmut Zemo in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021), reprising his role from Captain America: Civil War (2016).[14][15] That series introduced Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Valentina Allegra de Fontaine and shows her recruiting Wyatt Russell's John Walker / U.S. Agent. De Fontaine is also shown to be working with Florence Pugh's Yelena Belova in the film Black Widow (2021). Commentators speculated that she was recruiting a team of villains or anti-heroes like the Thunderbolts,[15][16] and some felt that team could appear in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Executive producer Nate Moore said the Thunderbolts were never considered for the project because they would "cloud the story" and take away from other aspects of the series. Head writer Malcolm Spellman felt there was "a lot of chatter" around the team's potential introduction to the MCU and stated, "I don't know if fans are crazy or not".[17]

By June 2022, Jake Schreier was attached to direct Thunderbolts,[1][18] from a screenplay by Eric Pearson, with Feige producing. Schreier was hired after a presentation that "blew away" Marvel Studios executives. At that time, the studio had been in contact with actors to discuss their availability to reprise their roles for the film.[1] Commentators suggested that the team could consist of characters such as Zemo, Belova, Taskmaster, U.S. Agent, Ghost, Abomination, Bucky Barnes, or Clint Barton, with de Fontaine or Zemo leading the team.[1][15][16][19][20] Deadline Hollywood also suggested that Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross could be recast for the film following original actor William Hurt's death,[1][20] since that character has strong ties to the team in the comics.[1] ComicBook.com felt Marvel Studios could replace Ross with the character Robert Maverick, the second character to become Red Hulk in the comics, rather than recasting Ross.[20] The film was officially announced in July at San Diego Comic-Con, with a release date of July 26, 2024. It was set to be the last film in Phase Five of the MCU.[21]

Pre-production

Concept art released at the D23 Expo in September 2022 featuring the main cast in costume: (L to R) Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Valentina Allegra de Fontaine, Hannah John-Kamen as Ghost, David Harbour as Red Guardian, Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes, Wyatt Russell as U. S. Agent, and Olga Kurylenko as Taskmaster

In September 2022, Justin Kroll of Deadline Hollywood described the film as being a spin-off for Belova because she was expected to lead the anti-hero team, with Pugh, Russell, and Brühl believed to be reprising their roles.[22] At the D23 Expo the same month, Pugh, Russell, John-Kamen, and Louis-Dreyfus were confirmed to star, alongside Sebastian Stan as Barnes, David Harbour as Alexei Shostakov / Red Guardian, and Olga Kurylenko as Antonia Dreykov / Taskmaster, all reprising their roles from previous MCU projects.[2] Harbour said the film would be unique in the MCU, describing the main cast as "a bunch of misfits and outcasts and losers and people who don't really live up to the super in superhero".[23] Pugh was set to be paid eight figures for Thunderbolts and another MCU film.[24] At the end of the month, Jeff Sneider of Above the Line reported that Harrison Ford was Marvel Studios' top choice to replace Hurt as Ross, and Marvel planned to announce his casting at D23 before Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy asked them not to because she felt it would detract from their promotion of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023). Sneider was unsure if Ford had since passed on the role.[25][26] In mid-October, Sneider reported that Ford had been cast as Ross and would first appear in Captain America: Brave New World (2025).[27] Ford's casting in Brave New World and Thunderbolts was confirmed shortly after.[6]

Louis-Dreyfus stated in January 2023 that filming would begin that June,[28] and Ayo Edebiri joined the cast in an undisclosed role.[29] The next month, Steven Yeun was cast in a significant role with the potential to continue in future MCU films.[30] Yeun worked with Schreier on the Netflix series Beef, and the director had the actor in mind when adding the character to the film.[31] The next month, Lee Sung Jin revealed that he had joined the film to rewrite the script at Schreier's request; Lee also collaborated with Schreier on Beef, which Lee created. Lee said there were "a lot of themes and exciting things" about the film that drew him to the project. He was working closely with Schreier on the script and noted that, unlike Beef, Thunderbolts was Schreier's project and had different writing needs to that series given the film's large scope and scale.[32] Sneider reported that Pearson's script focused too much on the Black Widow characters that audiences were already familiar with, and Marvel Studios was looking for the other characters to have a more equitable role so it felt like an ensemble film.[33] Grace Yun was serving as production designer by April after doing so on Beef,[34] and cinematographer Steve Yedlin was working on the film in Atlanta, Georgia, by May.[35][36] Sanja Milkovic Hays served as the costume designer after previously working on Captain Marvel (2019) and Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021).[37]

At the start of May, filming was delayed due to the 2023 Writers Guild of America strike and was planned to resume after the strike concluded.[38] The following month, the Utah Film Commission announced that Thunderbolts was set to film in Emery County and Grand County, Utah, in mid-2023, spending over $4.5 million in the state. Executive producer Brian Chapek said it would be a more grounded film set across the world with several practical locations.[39] In mid-June, the film's release date was pushed back to December 20, 2024.[40] When the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike ended in November 2023, the film's release date was pushed back again, this time to July 25, 2025.[41] At that time, comic book writer Robert Kirkman, a close friend of Yeun's, revealed that Yeun had been cast as Sentry.[42] Russell expressed confidence that the film would be interesting, fun, and not a "straightforward" Marvel film,[43] and said he would begin filming in March or April 2024;[44] in January, Stan said he would begin filming "in a month or so".[45] Also that month, Yeun exited his role due to a scheduling issue caused by the film's delayed production,[46][47][48] but expressed interest in working on a future MCU film.[47] It was initially unclear if Marvel would recast or rethink Yeun's role,[49] but Lewis Pullman was revealed to be the studios' top choice to replace Yeun as Sentry by the end of January,[50][8] and his casting was soon confirmed.[7][9] Additionally, Laurence Fishburne and Rachel Weisz were reported to be reprising their MCU roles as Bill Foster and Melina Vostokoff,[10] and Geraldine Viswanathan was cast in the comedic supporting role of de Fontaine's assistant, replacing Edebiri after she left the film due to its delayed schedule.[9][7] In February, the film's release date was moved forward to May 2, 2025, swapping places with The Fantastic Four.[51] Joanna Calo was rewriting the script later that month. Previous drafts had centered on the titular team going on a mission during which they were intended to die.[52]

Filming

Filming was originally scheduled to begin in mid-June 2023 and last for six months.[38][28][53] It was initially not expected to be impacted by the writers' strike, with Marvel Studios reportedly planning to shoot what they could during principal photography and make any necessary writing adjustments during the film's already scheduled reshoots;[54] however, filming was ultimately delayed due to the writers' strike and subsequent SAG-AFTRA strike.[38][41] Harbour had planned to shoot his scenes for the film concurrent with the fifth season of Stranger Things, also in Atlanta,[55] before that production was also delayed by the writers' strike.[56]

Principal photography began by February 26, 2024,[57] at Trilith Studios and Atlanta Metro Studios in Atlanta,[58][59] under the working title Oops All Berries, which is a reference to a variation of the cereal Cap'n Crunch that only featured the berry-flavored pieces.[39][59] Andrew Droz Palermo serves as cinematographer, after previously working on the Marvel Studios series Moon Knight (2022),[60][additional citation(s) needed] with the film being shot for IMAX.[61] In March, Pugh revealed a new logo for the film which styled the title as "Thunderbolts*". Several commentators questioned why there was an asterisk in the logo.[62] The next month, Feige confirmed that Thunderbolts* was the official title and said the use of the asterisk would be explained following the film's release, which was adjusted to May 5, 2025.[63] This led to continued speculation as to the purpose of the asterisk in the title.[64][65] Filming is scheduled to take place in Emery County and Grand County, Utah, from May 29 to June 12, 2024,[66] and is also expected to occur in New York. Production is expected to last until July 2024.[60]

Post-production

Harry Yoon and Angela M. Catanzaro serve as editors on the film. Yoon previously worked on Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) and Beef.[34][67]

Marketing

After filming had begun in March 2024, Pugh and Marvel Studios released a set video in which she showcased her new Black Widow costume and an updated logo for the film with Schreier.[68][69] Kristen Lopez at TheWrap felt viewers would "start deconstructing the brief images she's shown immediately",[68] while Sabina Graves of Gizmodo felt the video was delightful and a fun tease for a scene featuring Belova. She highlighted Pugh's short hair and her joking with Schreier that they "really shouldn't be showing any of this".[69] Collider's Chris McPherson also discussed Pugh's costume, calling it "very military [and] quite tactical", and noted her teal eyeliner.[70]

Release

Thunderbolts* is scheduled to be released in the United States on May 5, 2025,[63] in IMAX.[71] It was previously scheduled for July 26, 2024,[21] December 20, 2024,[40] July 25, 2025,[41] and May 2, 2025.[51] It will be the last film of Phase Five of the MCU.[21][better source needed]

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