Top 12 Quotes & Sayings by Christopher Markus

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Christopher Markus

Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely are American screenwriters and producers. McFeely and Markus were the second and the third most successful screenwriters of all time in terms of U.S. box office receipts with a shared total gross of over $3.1 billion. However, in overall, they are the highest grossing screenwriters altogether in terms of worldwide box office with the total gross of $9.3 billion.

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I think we'd like to direct. Not so much because we'd like to be directors... we'd like to see how one of our scripts would do if it didn't get changed.
Whenever you write a true story, it's not going to go over 100 percent well with everybody.
I never liked pep rallies. I found school spirit hard to deal with. I am much more oriented towards the individual. — © Christopher Markus
I never liked pep rallies. I found school spirit hard to deal with. I am much more oriented towards the individual.
We all want something. Some people take the right path, and some people don't.
There's a place for art in the world, but it can't be at the top of the list for a working screenwriter.
Thanos has eight million backstories in the comics, but they're all kind of sad.
You don't know, at the beginning of 'Raiders of the Lost Ark,' that you want Indy to use a whip, but you damn sure know at the end that you loved it. It's cool, and you don't know why.
Thanos is an amoral philosopher. He's not the Devil - although he does sometimes have the Devil standing next to him.
I really want to write, and it's the only thing I'm good at.
Sometimes events happen in one Marvel movie that mean you have to adjust what you planned to happen in a different movie, because they're interconnected.
If you have a character named Captain America, he is, by default, a political character.
One of our jobs as screenwriters is to never lose sight of the character.
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