Joe and I have always been drawn to ensemble storytelling.

We like the idea of telling stories from multiple characters' points of view and thinking about the story from multiple characters' points of view.

We looked at a lot of movies that had that heist-style energy to them, [and] that brought some inspiration.

Joe: There's going to be a lot of unexpected characters.

We're always looking for ways to use technologies to open up new creative expressions for us artistically.

So we're constantly thinking about where something like VR may lead us in storytelling, or what kind of tool that gives us as storytellers.

We're constantly striving to bring something new and different to the table, either in the way that we're using the cameras, or the storytelling we're using in the scene, or the way that the characters are being motivated by the action.

Anthony: That's really the best way to arrive at something original in an action sequence.Anthony: It's something we're certainly looking into and thinking about.Our day job is spoken for in the foreseeable future.We've shaped an interesting narrative around him that in some ways leans heavily on a heist film in the fact that he's going after the infinity stones in a much bolder, successful way than he has in the past.The entire movie has that energy of the bad guy being one step ahead of the heroes.I went to Pinewood Atlanta Studios to talk to Joe and Anthony about what it's like to helm a full-fledged Avengers movie, explore virtual reality storytelling and get inspiration from '90s heist films.