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دنیای سینمایی مارول (به انگلیسی: Marvel Cinematic Universe) یک دنیای داستانی است که محور مجموعه فیلم‌هایی ابرقهرمانی می‌باشد که بر پایه شخصیت‌های کمیک‌های مارول کامیکس ساخته می‌شوند. مارول استودیوز، استودیو سازنده اصلی این فیلم‌هاست. این مجموعه شامل انتشار کمیک‌ها، فیلم‌های کوتاه و سریال های تلویزیونی نیز است. این دنیای مشترک، شبیه دنیای مشترک مارول در کمیک‌ها، با تقاطع داستانی فیلم‌ها، بازیگران و دست‌اندرکاران مشترک شکل گرفته‌است. کلارک گرگ در نقش مأمور فیل کولسن در بیشتر داستان‌ها حضور داشته‌است. دنیای سینمای مارول پرفروش‌ترین و بزرگترین فرانچایز تاریخ سینما بوده و رئیس آن کوین فایگی است.

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سازنده مارول استودیوز
اثر اصلی مرد آهنی (۲۰۰۸)
کمیک‌بوک‌ها کمیک‌های مربوط به دنیای سینمایی مارول
فیلم‌ها فیلم‌های دنیای سینمایی مارول
مجموعه‌های تلوزیونی مجموعه‌های تلویزیونی دنیای سینمایی مارول

مرد آهنی (۲۰۰۸) نخستین فیلمی بود که از این مجموعه منتشر شد و فاز اول دنیای سینمایی مارول را کلید زد و با ساخت انتقام‌جویان (۲۰۱۲) فاز اول به پایان رسید. مرد آهنی ۳ (۲۰۱۳) آغازگر فاز دوم مارول بود و این فاز با فیلم انتقام‌جویان: عصر اولتران (۲۰۱۵) به پایان رسید. مارول فاز سوم را با فیلم کاپیتان آمریکا: جنگ داخلی (۲۰۱۶) آغاز کرد و این فاز هم با فیلم مرد عنکبوتی: دور از خانه (۲۰۱۹) به پایان رسید. این دنیا با انتشار کمیک‌های مربوط به دنیای سینمایی مارول در سال ۲۰۱۰ گسترش یافت و با فیلم‌های کوتاهی به نام تک‌برداشت‌های مارول در سال ۲۰۱۱ این گسترش ادامه پیدا کرد. با ساخت سریال مأموران شیلد، پای این دنیا به تلویزیون نیز باز شد.

محتویات

آماده‌سازیویرایش

در سال ۲۰۰۵، مارول استودیوز تصمیم گرفت تا فیلم‌هایی مستقل بسازد و آن‌ها را از طریق پارامونت پیکچرز توزیع کند.[۱] پیش از این، این استودیو به همراه کلمبیا پیکچرز، نیولاین سینما و چند کمپانی دیگر از جمله فاکس قرن بیستم، اقدام به ساخت فیلم‌های ابرقهرمانی کرده بود.[۲] مارول از این پروژه‌ها سود کمی نصیبش می‌شد و در نظر داشت تا کنترل هنری بیشتری روی فیلم‌ها داشته باشد و در کنار آن پول بیشتری از توزیع فیلم‌ها دربیاورد.[۳] کوین فایگی، رئیس مارول استودیوز، به این نتیجه رسید که به جز مرد عنکبوتی و مردان ایکس، که حق ساخت فیلم‌هایشان به ترتیب در اختیار سونی و فاکس بود، مارول هنوز حق ساخت فیلم‌های شخصیت‌هایی که هستهٔ اصلی انتقام‌جویان را تشکیل می‌دهند را داراست. فایگی رؤیای ساخت یک دنیای سینمایی مشترک را در سر داشت، شبیه دنیایی که استن لی و جک کربی در دهه ۶۰ میلادی، در کمیک‌ها ایجاد کردند.[۴] برای تأمین بودجهٔ این پروژه، استودیو ۵۲۵ میلیون دلار از مریل لینچ کمک‌هزینه گرفت.[۳] طرح مارول این‌گونه بود که برای هر شخصیت یک فیلم جداگانه بسازد و بعد در یک فیلم تقاطعی، آن‌ها را دور هم جمع کند. فایگی ابتدا از «دنیای سینمای مارول» استفاده کرد،[۵] اما بعداً آن را به «دنیای سینمایی مارول» تغییر داد.[۶]

فیلم‌هاویرایش

فیلم تاریخ انتشار در ایالات متحده کارگردان نویسنده تهیه‌کننده وضعیت
فاز یک: جمع‌آوری انتقام‌جویان[۷]
مرد آهنی ۲ مه ۲۰۰۸ (۲۰۰۸-05-۰۲) جان فاورو[۸] مارک فرگوس، هاوک اوتسبی، آرت مالکوم و مت هالوی[۸][۹] آوی آراد و کوین فایگی منتشر شده
هالک شگفت‌انگیز ۱۳ ژوئن ۲۰۰۸ (۲۰۰۸-06-۱۳) لویس لتریر[۱۰] زک پن[۱۱] آوی آراد، گیل آن هارد و کوین فایگی
مرد آهنی ۲ ۷ مه ۲۰۱۰ (۲۰۱۰-05-۰۷) جان فاورو[۱۲] جاستین ثرو[۱۳] کوین فایگی
ثور ۶ مه ۲۰۱۱ (۲۰۱۱-05-۰۶) کنت برانا[۱۴] اشلی میلر، زک استنتز و دن پاین[۱۵]
کاپیتان آمریکا: نخستین انتقام‌جو ۲۲ ژوئیه ۲۰۱۱ (۲۰۱۱-07-۲۲) جو جانستون[۱۶] کریستوفر مارکوس و استیون مک‌فیلی[۱۷]
انتقام‌جویان ۴ مه ۲۰۱۲ (۲۰۱۲-05-۰۴) جاس ویدون[۱۸]
فاز دو[۷][۱۹]
مرد آهنی ۳ ۳ مه ۲۰۱۳ (۲۰۱۳-05-۰۳) شین بلک[۲۰] درو پی‌یرس و شین بلک[۲۰][۲۱] کوین فایگی منتشر شده
ثور: دنیای تاریک ۸ نوامبر ۲۰۱۳ (۲۰۱۳-11-۰۸) آلن تیلور[۲۲] کریستوفر یاست، کریستوفر مارکوس و استیون مک‌فیلی[۲۳]
کاپیتان آمریکا: سرباز زمستان ۴ آوریل ۲۰۱۴ (۲۰۱۴-04-۰۴) آنتونی و جو روسو[۲۴] کریستوفر مارکوس و استیون مک‌فیلی[۲۳][۲۵]
نگهبانان کهکشان ۱ اوت ۲۰۱۴ (۲۰۱۴-08-۰۱) جیمز گان[۲۶] جیمز گان و نیکول پرلمن[۲۷]
انتقام‌جویان: عصر اولتران ۱ مه ۲۰۱۵ (۲۰۱۵-05-۰۱)[۲۸] جاس ویدون[۲۹]
مرد مورچه‌ای ۱۷ ژوئیه ۲۰۱۵[۳۰] پیتون رید[۳۱] ادگار رایت، جو کرنیش، آدام مک‌کی و پل راد[۳۲]
فاز سه
کاپیتان آمریکا: جنگ داخلی ۶ مه ۲۰۱۶[۳۳] آنتونی و جو روسو[۳۴] کریستوفر مارکوس و استیون مک‌فیلی[۳۴] کوین فایگی منتشر شده
دکتر استرنج ۴ نوامبر ۲۰۱۶[۳۳] اسکات دریکسون[۳۵] جان اسپیتز، اسکات دریکسون و رابرت کرگیل[۳۶]
نگهبانان کهکشان بخش ۲ ۵ مه ۲۰۱۷[۳۳] جیمز گان[۲۷]
مرد عنکبوتی: بازگشت به خانه ۷ ژوئیه ۲۰۱۷[۳۷] جان واتس[۳۸] جاناتان گلداستاین و جان فرانسیس دالی
و جان واتس، کریستوفر فورد، کریس مک‌کنا و اریک سامرز[۳۹]
کوین فایگی و امی پاسکال
ثور: رگناروک ۳ نوامبر ۲۰۱۷[۴۰] تایکا وایتیتی[۴۱] اریک پیرسون[۴۲] کوین فایگی
پلنگ سیاه ۱۶ فوریه ۲۰۱۸[۴۳] رایان کوگلر[۴۴] جو رابرت کول و رایان کوگلر[۴۵][۴۶]
انتقام‌جویان: جنگ ابدیت ۸ مه ۲۰۱۸ آنتونی و جو روسو بر پایه کمیک مارول

استن لی و جک کیربی

مرد مورچه‌ای و زنبورک ۶ ژوئیه، ۲۰۱۸ پیتون رید کریس مک‌کنا و پل راد
کاپیتان مارول ۸ مارس ۲۰۱۹[۴۰] آنا بودن و رایان فلک[۴۷] جنوا رابرتسون-دووت[۴۸] منتشر شده
انتقام‌جویان: آخر بازی ۲۶ آوریل ۲۰۱۹[۳۳] آنتونی و جو روسو[۴۹] کریستوفر مارکوس و استیون مک‌فیلی[۴۹]
مرد عنکبوتی: دور از خانه ۵ ژوئیه ۲۰۱۹ (۲۰۱۹-07-۰۵)[۵۰] جان واتس[۵۱] کریس مک‌کنا و اریک سامرز[۵۲] کوین فایگی و ایمی پاسکال منتشر شده
پس از فاز سه
نگهبانان کهکشان ۳ ۲۰۲۰[۵۳] جیمز گان کوین فایگی آماده‌سازی

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کاپیتان مارول (۲۰۱۹)ویرایش

در مه ۲۰۱۳، هالیوود ریپورتر گزارش داد که مارول در حال کار بر روی فیلم‌نامهٔ دوشیزه مارول است.[۵۴] در اکتبر ۲۰۱۴، اعلام شد که نام این فیلم کاپیتان مارول خواهد بود و شخصیت کارول دنورز در آن حضور دارد.[۳۳] در آوریل ۲۰۱۵، نیکول پرلمن و مگ لفاوه به عنوان فیلم‌نامه‌نویسان این فیلم انتخاب شدند.[۵۵] در کامیک‌کان سن‌دیگو ۲۰۱۶ اعلام شد که بری لارسون در نقش کاپیتان مارول ایفای نقش خواهد کرد.[۵۶] در آوریل ۲۰۱۷، آنا بودن و رایان فلک به عنوان کارگردانان این فیلم انتخاب شدند.[۴۷] در اوت ۲۰۱۷، جنوا رابرتسون-دووت به عنوان فیلم‌نامه‌نویس جانشین لفاوه و پرلمن شد.[۴۸] فیلمبرداری این فیلم در مارس ۲۰۱۸ در کالیفرنیا آغاز شد[۵۷][۵۸] و تا مهٔ ۲۰۱۸ به پایان رسید.[۵۷] این فیلم در ۸ مارس ۲۰۱۹ اکران شد.[۴۳]

وقایع فیلم در دهه ۱۹۹۰ میلادی رخ می‌دهد.[۵۹] ساموئل ال. جکسون نقش نیک فیوری را در این فیلم تکرار خواهد کرد[۶۰] و نژاد اسکرول در این فیلم به دنیای سینمایی مارول معرفی می‌شود.[۵۹]

فیلم انتقام جویان: پایان بازی (۲۰۱۹)ویرایش

خبر ساخت این فیلم در اکتبر ۲۰۱۴ اعلام و نام آن انتقام‌جویان: جنگ ابدیت - قسمت ۲ مشخص گردید. تاریخ انتشار آن نیز ۳ مهٔ ۲۰۱۹ اعلام شد.[۳۳] در مارس ۲۰۱۵ اعلام شد که آنتونی و جو روسو کارگردانی این فیلم را بر عهده خواهند داشت و کریستوفر مارکوس و استیون مک‌فیلی فیلم‌نامه را می‌نویسند.[۶۱][۶۲] بعداً اعلام شد که جنگ ابدیت عنوان فیلم اول است و برای قسمت دوم آن نام (پایان بازی) به انتخاب شد. .[۶۳] فیلمبرداری این فیلم در اوت ۲۰۱۷ در آتلانتا آغاز شد و در ژانویه ۲۰۱۸ به پایان رسید.[۶۴][۶۵] این فیلم در ۲۵ آپریل ۲۰۱۹ اکران شد و با واکنش بسیار خوبی هم از سوی هواداران و هم از منتقدان روبه رو شد.[۳۳]

مرد عنکبوتی: دور از خانه (۲۰۱۹)تتتاویرایش


در دسامبر ۲۰۱۶، سونی پیکچرز تاریخ ۵ ژوئیه ۲۰۱۹ را برای دنبالهٔ مرد عنکبوتی: بازگشت به خانه اعلام کرد.[۵۰] یک سال بعد واتس تأیید کرد که برای کارگردانی دنباله نیز بازخواهد گشت.[۵۱] فیلمبرداری قرار است در آوریل یا مهٔ ۲۰۱۸ آغاز شود.[۶۶]تام هالند، بازیگمرد عنکبوتی در دنیای سینمایی مارول، ۲۵ ژوئن ۲۰۱۸ با انتشار ویدئویی در اینستاگرامش نام قسمت دوم را مرد عنکبوتی: دور از خانه اعلام کرد[۶۷][۶۸] و پس از آن، کوین فایگی در کنفرانس خبری فیلم مرد مورچه‌ای و زنبورک، رسماً نام فیلم را تایید کرد.[۶۹]

داستان این فیلم پس از رویدادهایانتقام جویان:پایان بازیرخ خواهد داد.[۷۰]

نگهبانان کهکشان بخش ۳ (۲۰۲۰)ویرایش

در آوریل ۲۰۱۶، فایگی گفت که نگهبانان کهکشان ۳ قطعاً در برنامه‌های مارول جای دارد و احتمالاً بعد از سال ۲۰۱۹ منتشر می‌شود.[۷۱] در مارس ۲۰۱۷، جیمز گان اعلام کرد که بخش سوم به‌طور قطع ساخته خواهد شد[۷۲] و ماه بعد، تأیید کرد که برای کارگردانی و نویسندگی قسمت سوم نیز بازخواهد گشت.[۷۳] اما در ژوئیه ۲۰۱۸، با انتشار توییت‌های قدیمی و بحث برانگیز جیمز گان که در آن‌ها با تجاوز و کودک‌آزاری شوخی کرده بود، دیزنی و مارول با این کارگردان قطع همکاری کردند.[۷۴][۷۵] پیش از این قرار بود فیلمبرداری در ژانویه ۲۰۱۹ آغاز شود[۷۶] و این فیلم در ۲۰۲۰ منتشر شود.[۵۳][۷۴]

داستان فیلم پس از انتقام‌جویان: جنگ ابدیت و انتقام‌جویان:آخر بازی اتفاق می‌افتد.[۷۳]

پروژه‌های دیگرویرایش

تاریخ‌های ۱ مه، ۷ اوت و ۶ نوامبر ۲۰۲۰ برای اکران سه فیلم بی‌نام که بخشی از فاز سوم هستند، مشخص گردیده‌است.[۴۳] در اکتبر ۲۰۱۶، فایگی اعلام کرد که تقریباً می‌دانند چه فیلم‌هایی این تاریخ‌ها را پر خواهند کرد، اما می‌خواهند کمی جای تغییر نیز وجود داشته باشد. «ما می‌دانیم چه فیلم‌هایی را برای سال ۲۰۲۰ می‌خواهیم. در طول این سال‌ها، خوش‌شانس بوده‌ایم که همه چی آن‌طور که می‌خواسته‌ایم شده؛ با این وجود همیشه فرصت تغییر را برای خود کنار گذاشته‌ایم. می‌دانیم داریم به ۲۰۲۰ نزدیک می‌شویم و ایده‌هایی برای آن و سال‌های بعد از آن داریم و در حال تثبیت آن‌ها هستیم.»[۷۷] فایگی و مارول تا سال ۲۰۲۱ برای فیلم‌ها برنامه دارند[۷۸] و داستان‌های اضافی نیز برای ساخت فیلم تا ۲۰۲۸ وجود دارد.[۷۹] در اکتبر ۲۰۱۴، فایگی دربارهٔ فاز چهارم فیلم‌ها صحبت کرد: «ما به‌طور خاص در مورد داستان‌های آن فیلم‌ها و شخصیت‌هایی که در آن فیلم‌ها حضور دارند صحبت نخواهیم کرد، چون اگر صحبت کنیم فیلم‌های فاز سوممان اسپویل می‌شوند و سرنوشت بعضی شخصیت‌ها مشخص می‌شود.»[۱۹] در آوریل ۲۰۱۶ فایگی گفت: «ما فعلاً در حال کار کردن بر روی برنامه‌ای هستیم که تا پایان سال ۲۰۱۹ اعلام شده. [فیلم‌های] سال ۲۰۲۰ و بعد از آن هم‌چنان یک معمای بزرگ است؛ ولی می‌دانم که مطمئناً نگهبانان ۳ در بین آن‌ها خواهد بود؛ ولی هنوز ترتیبشان مشخص نیست.»[۷۱] در مارس ۲۰۱۷، جیمز گان اعلام کرد که فیلم سوم نگهبانان به‌طور قطع ساخته خواهد شد.[۷۲] همچنین ساخت دنبالهٔ دوم برای فیلم مرد عنکبوتی: بازگشت به خانه در دستور کار قرار دارد.[۸۰]

در فوریه ۲۰۱۴، فایگی اعلام کرد که بعد از مرور گذشتهٔ عنکبوت سیاه در عصر اولتران، دوست دارد در یک فیلم اختصاصی بیشتر به آن پرداخته شود.[۸۱] مارول چندین کار ابتدایی برای ساخت این فیلم انجام داده‌است، از جمله یک داستان اولیه بسیار عمیق که توسط پرلمن نوشته شده‌است.[۸۱][۸۲] در مه ۲۰۱۶، فایگی اعلام کرد که مارول متعهد است که این فیلم را بسازد.[۸۳] تا ژانویه ۲۰۱۸، ژاک شیفر برای نوشتن فیلم‌نامهٔ این فیلم استخدام شده است.[۸۴]

در آوریل ۲۰۰۶، مارول اندرو دبلیو مارلو را برای نوشتن فیلم‌نامهٔ فیلم نیک فیوری استخدام کرد.[۸] در مه ۲۰۱۳، هالیوود ریپورتر اعلام کرد که مارول در حال کار کردن بر روی فیلم‌نامهٔ تیغه می‌باشد.[۵۴] در ژوئیه ۲۰۱۵، وسلی اسنایپس که در سه فیلم قبلی تیغه، پیش از آن که حق ساخت به خود مارول بازگردد، ایفای نقش کرده بود، اعلام کرد مذاکراتی با مارول برای نقش‌آفرینی دوباره در این نقش داشته‌است.[۸۵]

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