The Russo Brothers Are Teaming With Netflix For A Magic

No projected premiere date for the Magic: The Gathering animated series was announced. Fans can experience Magic through the tabletop trading card game, the new digital game Magic: The Gathering Arena, a New York Times bestselling novel, critically acclaimed comic book series, and professional esports league. The Russos will oversee the creation of an all new storyline and expand on the stories of the Planeswalkers, which are Magic's magic-wielding heroes and villains. What do you expect from the Magic: The Gathering series by the Russo brothers? After the visual masterclass that was the marketing behind Magic: The Gathering's War of the Spark, we have news that a series based on the world of Magic: The Gathering will be produced by Netflix along with Wizards of the Coast and the directors of Avengers: Endgame Joe and Anthony Russo.

The Russo brother that are better known for their role in the success of Marvel Cinematic Universe are longtime fans of the franchise. Bardel Entertainment will handle the animation.

In Netflix's announcement, here's what Anthony and Joe Russo had to say about signing on for a Magic TV series. Yoriaki Mochizuki (who worked on the LEGO films and Into the Spider-Verse) is directing, and script duties will be handled by Henry Gilroy (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and Jose Molina (The Tick, Agent Carter).

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One main thing to expect is that there may be dedicated apps for Apple Watch or an app store exclusively for the wearable device. The keynote speech typically lasts for about two hours, although if there is a lot to announce , it may last longer than that.

Given that the team to work on this one is only now assembled, there's no word yet on when it might hit screens, but given that fans have waited 25 years, another few months won't hurt. This will mark the first time it has been adapted to screen.

We don't have much in the way of details as to what the animated series will be about; it's early days yet, and the future series doesn't even have a title.

How excited you'll be about all this will likely depend on how excited you are about Magic: The Gathering in general.

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