Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino weighed in on the superhero movie franchise and the acting of some – including Chris Hemsworth
While the popularity of marvel cinematic universe (MCU) has grown in recent years, the great directors of hollywood began to criticize the dominance of superheroes in the industry.
In an article in the newspaper The New York Times, Martin Scorsese criticized Marvel for negatively impacting the film industry, pointing out that the company “didn’t make movies”. Already Quentin Tarantino said in November 2022 that the Marvel it is incapable of producing movie stars.
In an interview with Variety, Hemsworth commented on the criticisms. “It’s super depressing when I hear that,” she said. “There go two of my heroes that I won’t be working with. I think they are not my fans.” Hemsworth also expressed his gratitude for having participated in the MCUbut says he doesn’t like the way film artists have turned against each other, in a time of “industry fragility”.
Thor: Love and Thunderfourth solo film of the God of thunder starring Chris Hemsworthwith the direction of Taika Waititi disappointed the specialized critic and the fans of the Marveland became one of the lowest-rated films, with a 65% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoesreview aggregator site.
The film grossed $760 million at the box office around the world. Thor: Love and Thunder is now available on Disney+.
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