The Hollywood Reporter has a new interview with Cinderella director Kenneth Branagh where the filmmaker discusses the possibility of helming another Marvel Studios project.
"I'm pleased to say that I continue to have good relationships with all my Marvel family," said Branagh, who previously directed 2011's Thor. "It's a people game the movie game, and although these films are big articulated lorries, they still have to be driven by real people. I fondly remember good times working on Thor. So you always look to repeat that kind of thing, and if it happened again, I'd be delighted."
Branagh announced his departure from Asgard just a few month's after the release of Thor in 2011. Game of Thrones director Alan Taylor ultimately replaced Branagh in the director's chair for 2013's Thor: The Dark World. With films planned for release all the way to 2019, there are a number of Marvel properties that have yet to find a director -- including 2017's Thor: Ragnarok.
Branagh's next film, Cinderella, opens on March 13.