Originally Posted by X-Maniac
Yep, Millar has no overall power to demand anything so he isn't publicly listing what he wants to see, in case that only leads to disappointment. And nor do the producers have any final power. The studio has the last word. With Rothman gone, it may be easier to convince the studio of the need for continuity, comic book accuracy, etc. Especially when their other eye is on the Avengers box office!
I hope Mark is able to steer the films towards the comic book canon where possible and that his voice is not ignored.
Which always made me wonder why the press compared Millars job with Whedons. He doesn't have near the decision making power of what Whedon has with Marvel