I like that Marvel Studios has been able to obtain different style directors that were able to work within the system that MS has in place. There by adding some fingerprint of theirs to the films. I like a number of Edgar Wright films but not all so I'm not lamenting his loss. Just kinda bummed that it unfolded like it did. He should've made the film much earlier. He could have, he chose to pursue other things. Frankly Simon Pegg & Co. weren't' going anywhere, he could've made those films(At Worlds End) anytime. His priorities were different and a 6-8yr delay was his own downfall in the making as I see it. He can be upset but frankly Feige gave him lots of rope so if he's upset about changes now after all the leeway he was given he's being unrealistic. The Marvel Studios way is much more "old Hollywood" style film making. There is a Studio vision and narrative in place for these films. If a director can work within that framework, great, so far they've mostly been able to do that. If not, sorry, thanks for coming by the offices. MS is crafting something unique within all of the industry. They are making different genre films but using different tones and settings all in the same world. They aren't WB or Paramount where the sci-fi film, slasher flick and action film exist separately and don't ever co-exist. At MS they do. I had never heard of the Russo Brothers before but according to the 'net their filmography suggested CA:TWS would be a total hack fest and tank. Well....it wasn't. So while I may know little on Reed/McKay and understand to some measure the emotional lamenting by some on what's transpired I'm not prepared to right off Ant-Man over this situation at all. I see lots of over reaction in places frankly.