Joe and Anthony Russo, who are best known as the directors of MCU films. Captán America: The Winter Soldier, Vegators: Infinite War, and _Vegators: _ _Endgame, were previously attached to lead an animated adaptation of the classic collection card game Magia: The meeting for Netflix. However, as of today, it has been revealed that Russos have moved away from the project, with a new remarkable leader assuming instead.
Revealed in a new Deadline report, Jeff Kline, who has previously worked on the Transformers: Prime Series, I will be in charge Magia: the meeting advancing towards the future. According to this report, it is said that Russos and other members of their writing team stopped working in this series a while ago. However, it was said that divorce was friendly, and Netflix chose to move forward and bring Kline to work on the project. Next to Kline will be people like Steve Melching, Audu Paden, Izzy Medrano, Nicole Dubuc, Russell Sommer, Dan Frey and Taneka Stotts.
Talking about the process of taking the reins of the Russos, Kline shared a new appointment today that he is grateful to the duo of directors for involving him in this. Magia: the meeting series to start. I am grateful to the Russians for bringing me into the world of magia: the meeting – specifically, during a dinner at one of their favorite restaurants in Cleveland. Magia is one of those rare intellectual properties with such a source of mythology that ‘to choose and choose’ is half the battle, Kline said. All the people who work in the series include the loved one that is this universe, and feel both the euphoria and the tremendous pressure that comes with the translation magia through the media .
In addition to this quote from Kline, Netflix and Wizards of the Coast, which is the owner of the _magia: the IP meeting commented on this transition. While the Russian brothers are no longer part of the animated series, their passion for the game combined with their initial creative perspective and their contributions helped us shape the project in a place where we believe that the game fans and the new ones in The ‘Gathering Universe’ will enjoy the series and you will discover what millions of fans around the world have known over the past 25 years, both entities said in a joint statement.
For now, Netflix has not announced any potential launch window for when Magia: The meeting may end up reaching the transmission service. However, given that this transition from the creative team has just become official, it seems that we are still quite far from seeing this series arrive.