11 Facts About Russo brothers


The brothers have worked as directors and producers on the comedy series Arrested Development, Community, and Happy Endings.


The Russo brothers were graduate students at Case Western Reserve University when they began directing, writing, and producing their first feature, Pieces.


The Russo brothers won a Primetime Emmy Award for their work on the episode, and would go on to direct episodes on the first few seasons of the series.


In 2006, the Russo brothers returned to film, directing the Owen Wilson comedy You, Me and Dupree.


The Russo brothers served as executive producers and directors on the first several seasons of the NBC sitcom Community and the ABC series Happy Endings.


The Russo brothers wrapped principal production on Captain America: The Winter Soldier in July 2013 and the film was released on April 4,2014.


In January 2014, the Russo brothers signed on to return to direct the third Captain America film, Captain America: Civil War, which was released on May 6,2016.

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In March 2015, the Russo brothers were set to direct an all-male counterpart to Paul Feig's all-female Ghostbusters reboot, which would be produced by Sony's new-founded production company, Ghost Corps.


The Russo brothers directed Avengers: Infinity War, which became the first superhero movie to gross over $2 billion at the box office.


The Russo brothers produced the television show Deadly Class, a Sony Pictures Television-produced adaptation of the comic book series of the same name.


In June 2019, the Russo brothers were announced as the new executive producers for the unnamed Netflix animated series based on the Magic: The Gathering trading card game.