Captain Marvel 2 Director, Nia DeCosta, Has Deleted Her Twitter Account

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With the the recent announcement of “The Marvels” being made as part of Phase 4 of the MCU, being changed from its previous title “Captain Marvel 2”, many people noticed that the film’s director, Nia DaCosta, has deleted her Twitter account.



Nia DaCosta has been known for a number of “colorful tweets” that she’s made in recent months, from calling people cowards to making various political comments.

At the Disney investor meeting last year Nia DaCosta was announced to be directing the film, but when the new film was officially getting a title her Twitter was suspiciously deleted. Usually when a director’s film gets a huge announcement like that they’d be on Social Media promoting it.

But now it’s gone.

This sudden move has lead to some speculation of behind-the-scenes drama, perhaps between DaCosta and Studio Head Kevin Feige or perhaps even with Disney CEO Bob Chapek.

Perhaps she may even be in trouble for some of her political comments.

Either way her sudden deletion may be a red flag for what we may expect not only for The Marvels, but perhaps even Phase 4.

Source: Cosmic Book News


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