Sir Ridley Scott
He thinks Marvel movies are “boring like hell.”
First Martin Scorsese and Denise Villeneuve, now Ridley Scott. The director has harshly criticized the leaping superhero movie.
Another system epic is tough on the superhero category. Sir Ridley Scott (83), his latest film “House of Gucci” will be released on December 2 this year. The US side is in conversation with the “deadline” No good hair in Marvel and DC movies. In his opinion, most of them are “boring shit” and have bad scripts.
Once on the trip, Scott really pulls the trigger: “Why don’t superhero movies have great plots? (…) Most of the time, they only protect themselves with special effects.” In his opinion, great movies carry their characters, and countless Marvel warriors are no good for it.
Other directors agree
As the first director, Martin Scorsese (78) worked against this category. The “Taxi Driver” maker compared the comic book adaptations to the attractions at amusement parks, so they were found to be “not movies.”
“Dune” director Denise Villeneuve, 54, was recently criticized. He quotes with words from “NME”: “Perhaps the problem is that we face so much Marvel movies that it’s nothing more than the ‘copy and paste’ of others.” Villanuev is even more concerned about “movies like this making us zombies.”
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