Despite giving one of the biggest record-breaking movies like “Avengers: Endgame” and “Infinity War” the creative directors’ Joe and Anthony Russo has delivered the epic summer films.
But sadly this summer has been quite different due to the ongoing pandemic and it is the first time in years to be without films like these. So the directors have focused on bringing new ideas online.
Back from May, the Russos are conducting an online program called “Russo Bros. Pizza Film School.” This is a platform for fans who would like to discuss the main being “to educate and spread some love to favorite classic films, as well as local pizzerias while movie lovers are stuck at home.”
The filmmakers make use to show films that greatly impressed them or something which they admired with movies like “The Evil Dead,” “The Empire Strikes Back” and “No Country for Old Men” and welcomed guests to ponder on the movies.
This week saw the 1980’s edition of “Flash Gordon,” where Taika Waititi who helmed “Jojo Rabbit” and Thor: Ragnarok,” was part of it.
Back in an interview with CNN Joe stated that the concept was put forth by his daughter as he showed some films to entertain at the start of lockdown. They talked about “what it was that inspired us about the movie. For us, it was a great opportunity to talk about the filmmaking process,” he stated, “and make it accessible to young filmmakers who are looking for a way to tell their own stories.”