Debate Over Superhero Movies Heats Up with Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino
Martin Scorsese is a true living legend of the Seventh Art and one thing is certain, he does not mince his words. In particular, he launched a virulent debate in 2019, telling the New York Times that the films of super-heroes were not real cinema and qualifying this category as an amusement park. Something that did not really please all the MCU worshipers, but also the many actors and actresses in son breast (and God knows there are also good actors and actresses).
And even, it was without counting on Quentin Tarantino, another paramount and ultra-respected figure in the industry, who outbid just last year: according to him, the actors at Marvel would not be movie stars. Too bad, Samuel L. Jackson, aka Nick Fury, being yet one of his favorite stars. Perhaps the exception that proves its rule, knows-on Never.
Thor and factions
Necessarily, Chris Hemworth, famous interpreter of Thor, was not going to appreciate these different remarks. Or at the very least, he seems a little miffed while having a deep respect for the two directors, as theon can see this in an interview with GQ:
It’s always very depressing to hear that. Well, I couldn’t work with two of my heroes, on looks like they are not fans of me.
I’m grateful to have been part of something that kept the public in cinemas. Afterwards, I don’t know if these films have harmed other films. In any case, I don’t like when on start attacking each other, when there is already so much fragility in this industry.
Chris Hemworth should nevertheless find son role of Thor soon in the MCU, which has stuck with him for twelve years already.